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A Mysterious Situation (StoryADay)

You’re not going to believe what happened, but I’m telling you the truth. But you have to promise not to say anything until I have finished speaking, OK?

Several weeks ago, my friends and I received a message which described a mysterious incident that occurred in San Francisco, California. In fact, the incident occurred over six years ago. I don’t know what to make of it, as it had been a year since I moved to Harrison Creek, Oregon from San Francisco. And to make the story more interesting, the message was addressed to me, saying that I needed to help Randal McAllen find out what happened to his younger sister Christina, who had disappeared over six years ago.

At this, I didn’t know what to do or say. All I knew was that Randal and Christina didn’t get along, and Randal hated anyone who spoke to her, which included teachers. I was among those brave enough to be friends with Christina, which earned me Randal’s wrath.

So why would he ask me to help him find his sister? As far as I knew, she could have ran away from home due to the hate she was given, especially from her own brother and parents. If I was in her shoes, I would make sure that I was never found.

So, I have no choice but to take this case. Who knows? Maybe finding out what happened to Christina McAllen would help me in the long run.

An Unlikely Meeting (StoryADay)

You may not know about this story, but I do. Don’t forget, Jacquel Rassenworth knows many stories, not just the stories about Shara Shinnok.

Here’s how this story goes:

I, Jacquel Rassenworth, will admit right now that I wasn’t always the cool girl you saw in many stories. In fact, I was more of a nerd than the Meme Queen. To put it bluntly, I was the stereotypical nerd, with the thick-rimmed glasses, carrying the trapper keeper binder and my pencils in the pencil case, and my clothes were so nerdy (case in point: white button down shirts and plaid skirts, complete with knee-high socks and patented leather shoes), my mother would have cried if she saw me dressing like that, if she was still alive.

In contrast, Christina McAllen was a girl who probably could have used a makeover. I mean, most of her clothes resembled jumpsuits they used in the mental hospitals and her hair looked like her mother didn’t bother to comb it. It was no wonder people made fun of her, as she looked more like a mental patient than a student at St. Francis Elementary School.

So, how did we meet?

Well, nobody at the school is allowed to talk to Christina (save for a selected group of students) and not even the teachers could interact with her. Christina’s parents couldn’t help her and her brother Randal was a jerk to her. I mean, the girl spends most of her days playing with dolls instead of going outside and making friends, for crying out loud!

Well, I also play with dolls, but that’s not the point.

Anyway, I was outside at the mall when Christina showed up. Looks like her mother finally cracked and told her to “get out of the house and don’t come back until you look about 75% decent”. (if it were me, dad would have me looking 100% decent.) Christina was sitting on a bench outside a store looking forlorn, as people walked by, glaring at her, wishing she could just crawl in a ditch somewhere and die. I felt sorry for her; this is no way for a girl like her to live.

So I decided to do something about it.

Christina saw me and said, “You must be that nerd girl.”

“I do have a name,” I said. “But I don’t see anyone using yours.”

“I’ve noticed,” said Christina. “It’s sad that people would rather see me dead than in school.”

“And nobody’s allowed to pick on nerds, so they take it out on disabled kids,” I said. “Translation: stupid. Stupid. I am very stupid. Are there no vengeful people looking to shoot me?”

Christina snorted with laughter as I continued, “You can’t pick on nerds because they can outdo you on the tests, but you can pick on disabled children and make them weak and bleed internally. I don’t know who I can’t stand more: the bullies who pick on you, or the people who are forced to sit back and watch it happen. That’s why Milton Holt shot up his school back in 2002. But we won’t let that happen again.”

So, how am I planning to do that? Christina stared at me, wondering what I was planning. I thought about the people who made fun of her and wondered what would happen if I were to hit them back for all the times they could have bullied me.

Then it hit me.

To make a long story short, 15 posters that depicted the kids who often made fun of Christina McAllen were all over the school, with the students laughing at THEM. Plus, thanks to me, Christina got a decent makeover, but no one could say a kind thing to her. Yet little did I know that when I met Christina McAllen, I would end up becoming the Meme Queen, who used memes to hit back at people who did things I didn’t like.

And that’s for a different story.

FAWM Song: I’m on a Plane (a parody of The Lonely Island’s “I’m on a Boat”)

(as performed by my alter ego (Jacquel Rassenworth) featuring Treasure Dara and Anastasia Elan)

Intro: This is Viserys Targaryen, your great and awesome pilot, taking you onboard Dragon Air Flight 156. Y’all better get ready cuz its going to be a fun ride, but y’all better stay in your seats with your seat belts fastened because I’m flying this plane

Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane
Treasure Dara: I’m on a plane
Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane
Jacquel & Treasure: Everybody check it out, I am flying on a plane
Anastasia Elan: (flying on a plane)
Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane
Treasure Dara: I’m on a plane
Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane
Jacquel & Treasure: Take a good hard look at the ########## plane

Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane yeah y’all better check me out / flying in the air about to touch the clouds / I don’t need no drugs to get this high / that’s right dude, I am riding on a plane

Treasure Dara: I’m about to take me a mile high selfie / drinking Coca Cola cause I’m so cool / I’m all dressed up like those girls on “Pan-Am” / I’m rolling with the high rollers, you’re rolling with the trash

Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane and it’s climbing even higher / I’m pretty sure that we can touch the Sun / just like Leo, I am Queen of the World / if you’re stuck on the ground, you’re not like me-o

Anastasia Elan: Wake up y’all, this plane is real

Treasure Dara: #### the road trips, I’m flying on a plane / I don’t need no roads when I get the sky to myself / I’m on a plane with my main girls, yo / this plane’s buzzing noise as it sails in the air

Jacquel Rassenworth: oh mama I wish you could see me now / I’m dancing on top of the clouds / I hope that plane can somehow reach heaven / it might seem silly but it’s not impossible

Treasure Dara: yeah I never thought I’d be on a plane today / flying high on a great sky road / Jesus. take a look at me, oh oh oh, oh oh oh

Anastasia Elan: never thought I see the day / when a great big plane came my way / believe me when I say, I believe that I can fly

Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane
Treasure Dara: I’m on a plane
Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane
Jacquel & Treasure: Everybody check it out, I am flying on a plane
Anastasia Elan: (flying on a plane)
Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane
Treasure Dara: I’m on a plane
Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane
Jacquel & Treasure: Take a good hard look at the ########## plane

Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane
Treasure Dara: I’m on a plane
Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane
Jacquel & Treasure: Everybody check it out, I am flying on a plane
Anastasia Elan: (flying on a plane)
Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane
Treasure Dara: I’m on a plane
Jacquel Rassenworth: I’m on a plane
Jacquel & Treasure: Take a good hard look at the ########## plane

This Blog Begins with 100 Words

Jacquel Katherine Nicole Rassenworth has had enough of people trying to mess up her story. Ever since she was featured in “Wonder Circus“, many people have written fanfiction about her. The fanfiction ranges from silly childish fantasies to hard-core teen drama. Not once has Jacquel gotten any respect for the things she has gone through while she was trapped in the circus.

I say this needs to stop right now.

What we must do is to write a story about her that isn’t stupid or unrealistic. And we need to hurry up, because she’s reaching the end of her patience.