Wacky Skirting Adventure
You decide to slither around the corner of the room, counting on your black clothes to save the day. The ground is wet and cold, and the air smells of ferns and other plants as you commando-crawl through the shrubbery, quietly as you can. You have one ally that you hadn't caught before: the sound of the waterfall. Its steady roar is a great help in masking the sounds of your movement. For a time, all you feel is the wall on your right and the plants to the left and in front of you; it's dark as pitch.
With a plummeting feeling in your gut, you grab squarely onto a warm, clothed heel! There's a surprised intake of breath--you must silence your classmate!
Written by Mr.Peaches on 30 July 2006
The end (for now)