The Digestive System

It all began on an old ,sharp , rusty  fork into the snake like toung  grabbed the chewy piece of meat it ripped and tore loudly. The teeth were as white as snow and as sharp as a blade

Down goes the gooey messy food into the black tunnel of darkness  slowly going down  the 25 cm tune

Aggressively getting contracted and pushed  further down the oesophagus  .A slimy  mucus helping the gooey mess on its way  .

Suddenly in that second the food dropped down into the stomach of dread .

Echoing around the dark stock the food is getting attacked by the acid killing all the bacteria .

Wow, the small intestine is 6. 5  .  It is slipping its way to its destiny

Meanwhile the filly mess was rolling slowly  into the large intestine suddenly it begins  soaking the yummy goodness .

Aggressively pushing the semi solid waste called faeces to the colon and rectum

finally the mussels relaxs and push the smelly mess into the toilet

The Digestive Sytem

It all started on a steel , metal fork. When the potatoes were dashing into the slimy mouth an army of clean and white teeth came to chomp down the yellow potatoes. Suddenly a huge tongue came to attack the potatoes and so did the incisors. The incisor were munching on the potatoes but the tongue was licking the potatoes so the mouth can get more taste. when the incisor were done chewing the food the throat loudly swallowed the potatoes.

After going into the dangerous mouth the mini slices of potatoes were pushed by the throat and into the oesophagus. The massive stomach is like a normal sized ball but when it has absolutely nothing in it it turns into a football. It stores massive jumbo meals to. The potatoes zoom into the stomach it releases some juice and plenty of acid. The potatoes were still slipping and sliding towards the system however the acid was still going into the potatoes. As quick as a  cheetah the acid thrashed the little pieces of potatoes and it killed  the dirty,harmful bacteria. Muscles in the stomach combined the potatoes together. Surprisingly , the acid juice destroyed the food and the potatoes became wet soup. The soup was called chyme and the chyme was ready to be launched to the small intestine.

It was such a long time in the stomach the sized of a ball but the potatoes are still melted soup. Amazingly,  the small intestine is at least 6.5 metres long nearly as long at the large intestine. When the potatoes entered the small intestine it was just flowing like it was relaxing. The potatoes was taking its journey slow and steady and when it reached the end it entered the next part of the system.

The Small intestine is nearly as big as the large intestine. So the large intestine job is to suck up things like water , salt and other kinds of minerals. Leftover potatoes were gently rolling into the opposite of the small intestine and the small intestine is 1.5 metres. Roaming into the very last stages of the system  it the half semi solid food waste and junk takes its in adventure rapidly to the tall tower colon. The colon is fighting for its freedom. When someone goes to the poo or toilet  a ring of muscles called the anus it is near the but releases  the stinky poo out which is the potatoes waste.

First Days Back To School

This is the story of me going back to school after lockdown.

I woke up from a dream I cannot remember now. I nearly fell off my bed, somehow I woke up. I felt tired but i did the same thing I would normally do, rush downstairs. I had breakfast and then I was full ready for the day ahead. I Got dressed, got my lunch and before I knew it I was out the door walking to school. I Finally arrived at school, all was normal, we were walking and we were chatting (thats very normal.) Until I got inside.


Once Upon a Time lived the little girl called Ruby she was big strong and also she was magical everybody didn’t know how well she fought the world war she wanted to be like Tom more but it’s never happened everyday she went outside walking around her very garden she tried and tried years and years have passed nothing nothing happened Shia least wanted to get £100 just like to come or wish but she realised actually never ever would get £100 if she didn’t turn 90 or 100 the friend Izzy told her that you can never ever have £100 left if she was 100 or 90 one day she got a coin flip it into a wishing well then she saw a magical pizzazz open up her there she wanted to see the dark spooky cabins but she can never ever see it her wish stop her from doing it they only wanted her to follow her dreams she prayed to God every single night on her little carpet she took of Her Shoes and she prayed to West. She finally stepped out into the open world she begged her mum she begged her hard she never ever ever wanted to do anything more than go to Mecca is West believe it I thought it was amazing she stepped them to the aeroplane and snuck home without her mum realising then she said after Mecca it was so amazing she said she’s written her special diary nobody ever ever believe again somebody realise at sea when a meta so they set off on a big draw the police and she was always fun and games she was playing around Mecca she was climbing it she was jumping on it but everybody knows what will happen next.

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