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Break Out of the Shell

By Flora Liang All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Humor

Welcome to the World of Teens

Hi. I'm Flora. I was born into a middle class immigrant family in Canada as the eldest daughter. Yes. THE ELDEST. Yea, yea. I know what you're thinking. "Psh~ being the eldest isn't so bad." AHA. HAH. HAAAA. Sure it isn't yea. HAH. Yea. You're funny. Hilarious. WELL I GOT NEWWSSSSS FOR YOU BUDDY. It ain't as easy as it seems. I'm telling you that right now. Don't even get me started on R E S P O N S I B I L I T I E S. YEA. THOSE THINGS THAT YOU HAVE. And yes when I use capitals, I AM YELLING. THROUGH. MY. WORDS. That's right english teachers, I HAVE FREEDOM HERE. Ain't no letter grades getting in MY WAY to freedom.

Teen years. Beautiful pubescent years. You're becoming an adult, but not quite yet. Oh, and ladies, I know what you're thinking. "BEAUTIFUL?! YOU KIDDING RIGHT?! MOTHER NATURE IS TORTURING US!" Oh, and guys, if you don't already know what we're talking about, we're talking about... M E N S T R U A T I O N. Nothing like that weird, abnormal feeling in your underwear in the morning. You get up and you just KNOW. AHA. HAH. Fun. Very... fun.... Men will never understand what it's like when your uterus is literally killing yourself. YEA. IT'S KILLING IT'S SELF. IT'S CUTTING OFF IT'S BLOOD CIRCULATION WHEN YOU'RE CRAMPING. HURRY!! CALL 911! IT'S AN EMERGENCY. So yea, dear men. In the future, when your woman starts getting cramps, HELP HER DAMMIT. ONE OF HER ORGANS IS KILLING ITSELF. GET HER SOME FOOD AND HOT PACKS, QUICK! And no, don't literally call 911. Thank you very much. I would not like to be blamed when the police question you.

Ya know, this is just the beginning of my "story". Not as in a story like "Oh~ this is all made up." NAH. It's real. And to prove that point, you'll just have to keep reading. YEA. KEEPING READING MY SILLY "STORY".

Well anyways, I hope you understand that this ain't no Shakespeare literature, alright? This is being written by a teen, for a teen.


Herro fellow humans that are pulled down to the earth just like I am at this moment. I hope you'll enjoy my stupidity as I guide you throughout my life events of horror and humour.

WELL YEA. HAVE FUN. SEE YA ON THE OTHERRRR SIIIIDEEEEEEE~


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