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John Little

By Harry Esteves, year 9, St Sampson’s School

John Little was a funny 13-year-old schoolboy who was full of character. He had a very large sense of humour and every morning he would make a single, different joke to one of his two friends. In John's school they never had to wear a school uniform. So every day, he would come into school in the exact same thing. A bright blue t-shirt and jumper and a pair of crimson velvet trousers.
Although John was a fairly confident boy, sometimes he got picked on because of what he looked like.

John had very big ears and bright ginger hair. Every morning, he would put nearly a quarter of a tub of hair gel in his hair. Thinking he looked cool.
John was so proud of his hair that he would always try and take PE lessons off because he was scared about getting his hair messed up.
Although John was a generally nice boy, he was sort of dumb... all of his grades were at least one level below what they should be. John was very imaginative and he believed in all monsters (even at the age of 13) such as zombies, vampires, ghosts, werewolves and lots of other things.
One day, he was reading a fictional book and he read that if you mix two chemicals in the right quantities, you can create a flesh-ripping zombie right on the spot. Anyway, one day he was in a science lesson and the idea sprung right into his head. He mixed two specific chemicals thinking he was Frankenstein and ended up burning down half a science classroom because the chemicals that he mixed were flammable when mixed together. He got excluded...

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