Yesterday, Dr. Johnson (of the science department) threw a brownie with green frosting to Chelsea. Today said Key Lime Brownie made an appearance in our fiction writing class. Chelsea gave it to Logan. Logan gave it to me and told me he made it himself. I asked how he wrapped it in plastic and left it on Dr. Vance's desk. Saxon decided he wanted to eat said brownie.
"That was disgusting! It was like coconut. Yeah, very bad choice."
Dr. Vance refused to eat the remainder of the brownie. At the end of class, the brownie missing one bite was still sitting on the desk.
"Somebody's going to have to take care of that," Dr. Vance said.
"That was a very bad decision," Saxon repeated.
The class concluded the brownie made out of ginkgo tree berries and injected with poison. Dr. Johnson knew Saxon would eat the poisonous brownie, thus making him incapable of playing kickball. He knew Dr. Vance would not refuse a brownie and the poison would make the English department short two vital kickball players. In the rule book we write, we will have to make sure distributing poisonous brownies is illegal.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is what happens when you give a key lime, coconut brownie to a Fiction Writing class...
When the story got back to Dr. Johnson, he was amused. He said the brownie came from the bottom of a chemistry test tube. Saxon said it tasted like that could have been true.