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Gossip Girl

By Andrew_Knight

Drama / Drama

Chapter 1


Chapter 1:

It was a dark and snowy night as seven friends sat inside the Bass empire hotel thinking of something to do. Jenny suggested that they watch a glamorous fashion show but the four boys were very opposed to that. Blaire and Serena wanted to watch a funny movie, but no one else agreed. Suddenly, Chuck had a great idea, or at least he thought he had a great idea. He suggested, “We all have money and I have my plane here, why don’t we go somewhere where the temperature is tepid or hot so we can escape this cold weather?” Everyone was very excited about that idea and decided to take on the adventure. Chuck was a walking bag of money. They brain stormed on where to go and no one could compromise. Nate and Dan, who argued like a cat and mouse, were going back and forth about whether to go to Bora Bora or Costa Rica. The girls quickly decided that Costa Rica would probably be the warmest and with a little coercion, the boys agreed.  Packing was exciting! They packed their things and left on the Bass airlines and headed to Costa Rica. The flight from New York City to Costa Rica was about five hours. After three hours on the plain they noticed more movement going on in the plane then there should have been. Chuck asked the pilot about the movement and the pilot told him he had no idea what was going on because the plane had been meticulously serviced just before take off.  “Oh my gosh Blaire, you are horribly bleeding from the nose again!” said serena. Nate then asked, “Is it your cancer?”. Suddenly, there was a huge bang, the engine blew! They plummeted 7000 feet towards the ground, faster than lightening. Everyone was rapidly falling all over the plane, crashing into one another. Within seconds they were on the ground. Crashing was horrifying. They managed to get out of the plane and began looking at their surroundings. Pieces of the plane were everywhere, it was a disaster. It was as broken as a shattered vase. They were stranded on an island and as far as the eye could see, there was nothing but water. They frantically looked around for some sign of hope, but found nothing.  They looked for a way to get off the island, but there was none. Someone had to be the voice of reason and it just happened to be Chuck. He explains thoroughly, “We need to take a deep breath and realize the situation we are in. We need to use all the resources we have because the temperature will begin to drop as the sun goes down. ”  All the friends had summer clothes because they were expecting to be in Costa Rica around this time. They began to walk around the island tentatively and suddenly discerned that something or someone was missing. Through all the chaos and confusion they had forgotten sweet Blaire. They were chickens with their heads cut off.  They quickly ran back to the crash site as fast as they could and searched meticulously for their missing friend. She was nowhere to be found and everyone began to panic. She was as lost as a displaced child. Nate ran to the opposite side of the plane where no one was searching and saw something very unsettling… something that no one should ever have to see.  
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