Ring! Ring! I answered the call. It was Simon, my friend. “We need you at the military air field in an hour” he said. “OK I AM IN THE BATH” I SHOUTED ANGRILY. I clumsily got out of the bath and put on my uncomfortable military uniform. I hopped into my orange Vauxhall and set off. As I got closer to the air field fighter planes danced in the skies. When I arrived everyone was waiting for me. We got inside the plane and took-off. In half an hour we were in cruising altitude. After Simon jumped it was my turn. I counted to three and jumped.
I flew the fighter jet across the clear skies. One hit anywhere on my plane and it would be going down. All of a sudden 3 other enemy planes came out of nowhere. One of them shot my plane and an alarm went off. It reminded me of a time when I saw planes going down in movies. I only had one choice, to jump out of the plane with my emergency parachute. I opened the hatch and jumped.
If I didn’t find anything today I would surely be fired. Everyone else had surely found some historic item. I dug and dug for the next few hours but I couldn’t find anything. Just as I was about to give up and leave I felt something in the ground. It was a head of some animal. I called a digger over so I could get it out. After we dug out the first one we found two more that were the same size as the other one. I couldn’t believe how lucky I was.
My feet felt like they would refuse to move. I looked down the long, busy street. I didn’t see any police. I saw a squadcar with its sirens on but it seemed to be going backwards. I ran into a tall -looking modern building and took the lift up to the fifth floor. I sprinted into a room with no furniture and locked it. I glanced out the small window and saw a blue helicopter flying around the city. Police were going into the building and surrounding the streets. I had no way to escape.
One ordinary morning I was walking down the street. I saw two men running up the quiet street. They gave me a big, black bag with lots of money in it and gave me some instructions but I didn’t understand the instructions. I dumped the bag on the street and ran down. I hid behind a smelly bin. A few minutes later 4 police cars went speeding down the road. I went back on the street and saw a tall policeman shout “Hey, put your hands up! You’re under arrest”.
I had to leave the city immediately. I was in grave danger. I frantically packed my crimson bag and left. I shouted for help but nobody seemed to hear me. It was a very misty day so I put on my coat. I ran for what felt like an hour to look for safety.
I reached an old abandoned cottage and decided to stay there for the night. A few minutes later a man entered the cottage. He took out a weapon and threatened me with it.
Although they ran quickly, they were still not making enough progress. I ran from path to path from street to street and from road to road, I still couldn’t run away. I sprinted up the old bumpy road until I came to some roadworks. I ran around them and kept on running. I came to a dead end. I ran into a narrow dirty street. Dead end. I climbed on the bins and jumped over the high brick wall. I ran quickly and quickly until I came to the exit. I was surrounded. I tried to open 2 emergency exits, but they were locked. I have no choice but to surrender.
One normal day I was walking in the park. I saw a large group of people next to an ordinary tree. I looked up and saw a huge pair of legs. Everyone was taking pictures of it. More and more people kept on coming up to the tree. A few minutes later I heard very loud sounds coming to us. It was a giant. Everybody ran to the exits not looking back at the giant. I ran as fast as I could to the exits. Helicopters were flying up in the air and police were speeding to the park. This didn’t look good.
One normal day I was going outside to play in the garden. I saw something shooting down from the sky. It looked like a tea cup but I knew it could not have been one. I ran back inside and it crashed in the grass. It was actually a tea cup! I was surprised it did not break. I went outside to explore it and saw some writing on it. It said “From The World Of Giants”. I could not believe it. If the cup actually came from some giants this could be a big discovery for the whole world.
I was sick of it! We were losing against the worst team in the league, Park Rovers! But what if I was in charge? The following morning I switched on the TV to watch the news. The Greenroad United manager role was available. It said to send in an e-mail to the club and give them your past experiences with other clubs. I had been the Summerfield City manager before so I sent in an e-mail. A few hours later I got an e-mail back saying I had been appointed as the new Greenroad United manager. Hopefully I will do better than the previous manager.
My plan was to break into the airport and steal the keys. I kicked the glass and an alarm went off. I ran into the staff area and grabbed the keys off a brown table. Phew! The goldfish bowl nearly fell off but I stopped it. I sprinted out of the airport and out onto the aprons and opened the plane. Just as I was opening the plane I heard a voice. “Hey you, police are coming!”. The man started running to me but I got the door open, hopped in and slammed it shut again. I taxied quickly to the runway and took off. There was a bit of relief when the plane flew up in the air but this was just the start.