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Rated: E · Fiction · Comedy · #2098725
Comedy/Horror attempt for a challenge
A pumpkin jumped so high on the trampoline, it flew to the moon and back, scaring the children, who ran inside for dinner with the pumpkin following in hot pursuit. When it was time for dessert, the pumpkin fearing it would become pie, jumped through the window upsetting the jack-o-lantern which glowed furiously creating flames as high as a high rise building and spewing crackling absentees as it tumbled down the hill leaving a trail of spicy candy in its wake. Excited and confused by all the commotion, the seemingly normal and docile dog, in disguise, raced around hurdling everyone while trying to bite their necks mimicking the actions of the vampires. As the fire brigade arrived the pirates stole the caldron which had a golden bubbling substance that sloshed gold nuggets enticing them to follow the pirates and consume the treasure. Full enough to explode and out of breath the crew returned to the chaotic scene and turned loose a tsunami of ice cubes, which melted, extinguishing the scene completely. Arriving in heaven, they realized this was a nightmare and they were a figment of imagination. Abruptly awake, shaking with fright, and horror the children ran into their parents room, jumped into their bed, then realized they were at a friends house where many children had gathered for a halloween celebration and pajama party.

word count tool: 227
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227 words, 1352 characters. Readability level: college graduate

My original version for me was much better but it disappeared, so I had to try to reconstruct this story again, which resulted it changes because I didn’t remember every word.
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