Politics have been on our families’ minds. If it was any other country, we wouldn’t have thought so much of it. But you know that when someone becomes the president of America, that person indirectly becomes the president of many other countries.
I asked my accounting teacher about his opinion on both of the candidates and he gave an answer unlike what I’ve heard. He answered purely based on economics and replied, “Oh, Mon. Both are awful. Hillary will be awful. But Trump’s policies are going to be worse on our country’s trades than Hillary’s” (We’re from Bangladesh, BTW) And that was all. Nothing on their attitude or background or whatever. This was so cool to get an answer not on a person’s idea of the lesser of evil, but which one is going to be affecting OUR country in economics 😮 Oh look. I’ve already finished a two paras on politics.
(If you like cringey stories, keep reading)
But anyway, today I didn’t want to talk about politics (hoe hee hoonggg, I don’t know) and I found a site where they give you ‘Random First Line Prompts’. And my prompt was- ‘Who would have poisoned the old man’s dog?’
Who would’ve poisoned an oldie’s dog? How the f*ck do I go on from here? Erm…Oh (random strike of imagination), the dog might have been the old man’s son that turns into a howling dog on full moons. And a cranky neighbor got tired of its howling. One night, the neighbor poisoned the water in the dog’s bowl, BUT the neighbor didn’t know that the this dog was his son, as well as his pet on the special lunar times, which are specially lunar-full, like with a full-moon. How do I use ‘full-moon’ as an adjective?
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