Cat made from Liquid

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic
A rough draft to creating a funny and creative speech

Submitted: March 18, 2019

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Intro:

Hello everyone! Have you ever fought with a cat and thought, “Man, I just want to wash this cat!!!” Well, I do! You see, my bathroom has bubbles everywhere and it is clean and sparkly. But, when I open the door all the way, there, hidden behind my well-kept, pink flower decorated toilet bowl is the filthy, ugly, atrocious toilet thing that I call …my cat. So, the first I tried to wash my cat, I realized there was just so much work behind doing so. My cat, Jelly, just as the name implies, made a mess of the entire bathroom, leaving wash towels flipped upside down and destroyed, clawed up shampoo bottles and my most cherished suit left for dead, in other words, ripped to shreds.  And the worst part of it all, Jelly was never washed, exiting the bathroom with pure pride of his handiwork!

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Con:

And there you have it! This is how you go about washing a cat. I think I might be washing Jelly, but in the reality if the matter, Jelly was making me wash him. The truth was Jelly had me doing his own design because Jelly knows how to wash himself, but I felt I was compelled to wash him. If Jelly really, and I mean REALLY needed to be washed, he would be licking himself proudly on my table…followed by a hairball in my lap the next morning.







 

Topic: How to wash your cat

Main Goal: Prove that cats are more independent than humans think!

Theme: Funny tone

Method

Main ideas:

  1. Cats can wash themselves
  2. Relationship to humans-> Slaves to cats *grins*
  3. Humans think that cats should be wash but really, cats have their own routine/behavior
    1. This applies for all animals such as dogs, birds, lizards, etc.

 

Organization

  • Multiple paragraphs
  • 4 paragraphs
    1. 1st paragraph:
      1.  Attractive jokes/hook
      2. Sneak in the idea
    2. 2 paragraph:
      1. MI 1&3 together
    3. 3 paragraph
      1. MI2
    4. 4  paragraph
      1. Conclusion


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