What?” Ricky: “A slowpoke.” “Knock, knock.” “Who`s there?” “Snow.” “Snow who?” “Snow one`s better than you.” Misha: “What does a horse wear on her wedding day?” Amina: “I don`t know. What?” Misha: “Bridle wear.” Pat: “What did the doorknob say to the man?” Juan: “Give me a hand, sir.” Chandler: “What is a cheerleader`s favorite kind of soda?” Joey: “I don`t know. What?” Chandler: “Root beer.” Bridget: “Why did the cat lie on the computer?” Amira: “To keep an eye on the moues.” “Knock, knock.” “Who`s there?” “Gorilla.” “Gorilla who?”“Gorilla me a steak, please.” What is a parasite? Something you see in parasite Why did the chicken cross the playground? To get to the other slide!
“The prince took her hand and danced with no other the whole day”. The dove seems to do good things… but only to Cinderella. To her spiteful stepsisters, “the white dove pecked their eyes out; two hollow spots were left like soup spoons.” They were also caught by the dove, cheating, cutting off their feet parts in order to fit the golden slippers. “The prince rode away until the white dove told him to look at the blood pouring forth.” Then the “other sister cut off her heel, but blood told as blood will.” The dove has given Cinderella another chance to be with the prince. The dove blessed Cinderella with the ‘happily ever after’ ending.
Beginning Summary Without giving away the ending Gregor takes his sister Boots to the park to go sledding but she disappears by a rock with no snow to its side. So Gregor pushes the rock aside and finds himself in a tunnel where he is being followed by two rats. This tunnel was originally going to be a New York subway tunnel but was forgotten about. Ending Summary In the end Gregor gives the Bane to Ripred, a character from the first book. Gregor does this with his bond Ares, a bat that is bigger than a buffalo, elephant, and hippo combined after taking the Bane to Ripred Gregor and Ares return to Regalia mourning the loss of his sister Gregor found...
He treated Janie as an equal, which stood out to her most. The initial meeting was flirtatious and fun. Janie knew that Tea Cake was not like other guys when he asked her to play checkers with him. Janie feels he treats her as she wants to be treated and it seems to be a fairytale beginning. Though warned by friends about getting involved with Tea Cake, Janie feels she's finally fallen in love.
She meets Tea Cake her love of her life in an afternoon when the whole town left to watch a game including Hezekiah a seventeen year old boy that helps Janie around the store. Janie and Tea Cake had a very good conversation throughout their stay in the store. Tea Cake challenges Janie to a checker game and when he discovers that she could not play he teaches her how to play and helps her close up the store he also walks her home. Even though Janie felt unprotected she thought she knew him before and let him walk her home. Janie and Tea Cake enjoyed each other’s company they made laughs out of nothing and laughed.
She finally has the opportunity to choose what she wants. But as life has it, no good thing last forever. As the book continues, Janie and Tea Cake move to Everglades and Tea Cake is bitten by a mad dog during a storm while protecting Janie. This dog gives Tea Cake scabies and he tries to kill Janie but instead Janie shoots Tea Cake and he dies. Janie now has no choice but to return to Eatonville.
Heather decided to walk little kids in her neighborhood so their mothers could stay home so Melinda refuses to stay home and mope. She reads a copy of Dracula eating a bag of candy corn Chapter 20: Name Name Name- After Halloween, the school board changes the mascot name from Blue Devils to Tigers, but The Ecology Club starts a protest because tigers are endanger species. In spanish class Melinda learns that linda means pretty so for the rest of the class, students called her Me-no-linda. Chapter 21: The Marthas- heather decides that she wants to join the clan The Marthas. Melinda is appalled because it is an expensive clan to be in.
Also towards the end of the story in, The Grimm Brother’s Version, the two white pigeons attack the two stepsisters and pecked out each of their eyes. [Cinderella wanted to go the ball, but her stepmother gave her a huge list of chores to complete first.] This is why the animals make her a dress because she has no time to fix up the one that she wanted to wear, in Disney’s “Cinderella”. They also are turned into her horses, and the chauffeurs of her carriage, by the Fairy Godmother. These differences were made because the point of Disney’s version was for children to watch and enjoy it, compared to the Grimm Brother’s version which was just to spark interest into myths while placing cruel elements into the story of Cinderella.
Marian Vo 2/26/14 Of Mice and Men Focus: Dialogue develops character and theme Theme: Survival of the fittest Reading Journal: This last chapter of this book really tests the relationship between Lennie and George. After Lennies deceased aunt accuses him for being a burden to George, Lennie says "I know, Aunt Clara, ma'am. I'll go right off in the hills an' I'll fin' a cave an' I'll live there so I won't be no more trouble to George." All Lennie wants is to make George happy. Then the rabbit repeats George is gonna leave him and Lennie cries "He ain't, I tell ya he ain't... Oh!
In the novel ‘The Woman in Black’ by Susan Hill. We look at the turning point which is crucial to Arthur kipps’s life while he is on a business trip. The point which changes him is when the woman in black whistles spider out to the marshes to try and get Arthur to follow and drown, this crucially changes Arthur as now he realises that she is sinister and he is no longer interested in finding out more about her, he now believes she is a dangerous ghost when he sees her on the way back to the house, the consequences of this are that his future son dies, after that Arthurs life changes forever. This is why this point in the book is so crucial. Arthur and the dog spider are both walking about the estate when then spider is whistled out to the marshes.