The Case of the Varsity Football Player and the Frog
When I was in high school, there was this guy in my history class that was one of the varsity football players. His name was Julian and he was enormously big and husky. Julian's desk was on the next isle right next to mine. He kind of liked me and was always talking to me and trying to get my attention. I was not interested in him in any way, aside from just being friends.
Julian would always show off in front of the class and me by giving other guys a tough look; something like the "eye of the tiger." He'd strut about the classroom, like a peacock while flexing his muscles and showing off his powerfully body.
One day, in my Biology class, we had to dissect a frog. I remember cutting the legs off and peeling the skin off. I was totally engrossed in the legs because they look exactly like a human's legs. The legs were perfect, with the thighs flawlessly muscular, as well as the calves. I became so enthralled in finding how much the frog's legs looked like a humans, that I put one of the little legs in a piece of tissue paper and put it in my purse. When the bell rang, I headed for History class.
When I got there, I sat down in my desk, opened up my purse and took out the tissue that contained the frog leg. Excitedly, I turned to Julian and gave him the leg, which was on top of the tissue paper. When he took it from my hands, I was just about to tell him that it was a frog leg and to see how much it looked like a severed miniature human leg. I never got a chance to finish my WHOLE sentence because when he opened it up, his eyes bugged out, and asked me what it was. I told him it was a frog leg. He let out a most horrible shrill, he gasped, pushed his desk to the ground as he tried to get up and run, then he fainted!
My teacher asked me alarmed, what I had done to him. I told him all I had done was to give him my frog leg to see.
I was immediately sent to the principal’s office where I was severely punished for a whole month.
Julian the muscular he-man tough guy turned out to be an overly cooked wet noodle!
Fitting quote for this entry:
The bigger they are,
the harder they fall!