Sadly, Sally

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Humor  |  House: Booksie Classic
a funny little story of a funny little girl who finds herself in all sorts of odd escapades

Submitted: March 31, 2009

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Sadly, Sally
 
Sally finds a friend; teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all
 
Sally didn’t like it when they shouted at her. Sally didn’t like it at all. In fact, Sally just wanted to go home and be with her mummy. Sadly, Sally’s Mummy didn’t notice this. Sadly, she never noticed much really.
 
Sally did a lot of work for little respect. Sally was a nice girl with no friends. Sally was misunderstood. But Sally had her kitty, Sally loved her kitty. Yet, Kitty was beginning to smell bad and didn’t play much now. This made Sally sad.
 
Sadly, Sally being the nice girl she was she never told the teacher about her not so nice friends. They wouldn’t want that. Sally just told Kitty instead, but now Kitty had stopped listening.
 
All Sally wanted was a friend, just someone to talk to other than Kitty. She tried talking to other animals, here and there, but couldn’t for the life of her understand a word they said. She tried statues and mannequins, models and dolls, but she didn’t like their condescending tone; she found it diminishing (which wasn’t fair at all coming from a model three inches tall). She even tried a hair brush, but that too said nothing at all. Then, Sally tried teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all. She liked them very much. They too just wanted someone to play with, someone to love.
 
Sadly, Sally was not allowed to bring her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all with her to school (They had found kitty). Sally didn’t like this. And so Sally spent another day writing and reading, biting and bleeding, as everyone saw it fit to toy with the cute little girl who just wanted a friend.
 
Sally had had enough. Sally went home. Sally went home and gathered all her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all. Sally took all of her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all to the nearest bridge. Sally took her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all and jumped off the nearest bridge. Now Sally would always have friends to talk to. Sally liked this very much.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sally and friends go play in the underworld
 
Sally felt very hot. Sally woke up surrounded by her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all. Sally liked her new friends. As Sally looked around with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all; she thought the place looked very odd. Sally saw big red mountains, but couldn’t understand because they were underground. Sally knew where she was; Mummy had said she would go here because she was a bad girl. Sally missed her Mummy.
 
Sally soon found a great place to play with her friends. Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, jumped into the big red pool. Sally liked swimming. Sally liked this very much. But it was not fair because a Big Bully had come along. The Big Red Bully said she was not to be having any fun. “But why Mr Bully why? I just want to have fun”. The Big Red Bully ignored this and told her to go away. Sally being the nice girl she was, went away.
 
She soon found another great place to play. And so Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, leapt onto the Large Red Geysers. She thought it was great fun when she flew into the air. Sally liked this very much. But it was not fair because another Big Bully had come along. The Big Red Bully said she was not to be having any fun. “But why Mr Bully why? I just want to have fun”. The Big Red Bully ignored this and told her to go away. Sally being the nice girl she was went away.
 
She soon found another great place to play. And so Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, jumped on the Big Red pogo sticks. And she had great fun as she bounced up and down. Sally liked this very much. But it was not fair because another Big Bully had come along. The Big Red Bully said she was not to be having any fun. “But why Mr Bully why? Oh I just want to have fun”. The Big Red Bully ignored this and told her to go away. Sally being the nice girl she was went away.
 
Sally soon found something else to play with. Sally danced and danced and danced around the Big Red Bullies. They did not like this very much. They told her she was not to be having any fun. Sally had had enough. Sally said that she missed her Mummy. The Big Red Bullies understood. The Big Red Bullies told her where to go.
 
So Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, ran to the nearest cliff. So Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, jumped off the nearest cliff. She wondered were she would end up next. She missed her Mummy.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sally and friends go play in the sky
 
Sally felt very floaty. Once more Sally awoke, surrounded by her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all. She liked playing with her new friends; they were so much more fun than playing with her razor blade. As Sally looked around, she thought that this was even odder than her last adventure. There were clouds a many, stars a plenty, and people over twenty. Sally didn’t want to talk to these people because Sally knew where she was; Mummy said she’d go here if she’d been good. Sally missed her Mummy.
 
Sally soon found a great place to play with her friends. Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, dived into the cloud. Sally liked swimming. Sally liked this very much. Sadly, Sally soon found herself in something wiry. ‘This isn’t a cloud, what is this?’ This, Sally, is a Beard, a Very Big Beard. Soon the Beard began to speak to her “Sally dear, you don’t belong here. Sally dear, don’t come back here”. Sally Sadly walked away. Sally did not like this.
 
She soon found another spot to play with her friends. Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, climbed the Climbing frame. She liked climbing. She liked this very much. Sadly, Sally soon found herself in something wiry. ‘This isn’t part of a climbing frame, what is this?’ This, Sally, is a Beard, a Very Big Beard. Soon the Beard began to speak to her “Sally dear, you don’t belong be here. Sally dear, don’t come back here”. Sally Sadly walked away. Sally did not like this.
 
She soon found another place to play with her friends. Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, jumped on the Big Golden Bouncy Castle. And she had great fun, bouncing up and down. She liked this very much. Sadly, Sally soon found herself in something wiry. ‘This isn’t part of the Big Golden Bouncy Castle, what is this?’ This, Sally, is a Beard, a Very Big beard. Soon the beard began to speak to her. “Sally dear, you don’t belong here. Sally dear, don’t come back here” Sally Sadly walked away. Sally did not like this.
 
Sally soon found something to play with. Sally danced and danced and danced around the Big Beards. The Big Beards really didn’t like this. They told her “Sally dear, you don’t belong here. Sally dear, don’t come back here” Sally had really had enough. Sally said that she missed her Mummy. The Big Beards understood. The Big Beards told Sally where to go.
 
So Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, ran to the nearest cloud. So Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, jumped off the nearest cloud. She wondered where she would end up next. She missed her Mummy.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sally and friends find themselves in the great white abyss
 
 
Sally felt…little. Sally awoke with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all. She liked playing with her new friends, even if she did miss her mummy. As Sally looked around she saw…little. In fact Sally saw nothing but a Great White Abyss. This place was boring. Sally knew that the only thing she could do here was float. Sally didn’t like this. Sally knew were she was; and she didn’t like it. Sally missed her mommy.
 
 
 
 
Sally soon found…nothing to play with. So Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, floated on the spot getting more and more and more bored. Sally did not like this at all. So Sally pictured she was floating over a forest. As Sally floated over the Big Green Forest it soon set on fire. The Big Red Bully appeared in the middle of it. The Big Red Bully said she was not to be having any fun. “But how Mr Bully, how? The Big Red Bully ignored this. So Sally, being the good girl she was, floated away
 
 
 
She soon found…nothing to play with. So she, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, floated on the spot getting more and more and more bored. She did not like this at all. So she pictured she was floating on top of a Big Green Hill. As she floated on top of the Big Green Hill it soon became orange, desolate and arid. Three figures with Big Beards soon appeared on Big Brown Climbing Frames. The Three Big Beards said to her “Sally dear, you don’t belong here. Sally dear, don’t come back here” “But why Mr Big Beard, why?” The Three Big Beards said nothing. So she, being the good girl she was, floated away
 
 
 
 
She soon found…nothing to play with. So she, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, floated on the spot getting more and more and more bored. She did not like this at all. So she pictured she was back at school, writing and reading, without the biting and bleeding. Once more she sat in her lesson, and once more, the students walked away. Her mother appeared saying “Its time to go home dear, where you belong”. She liked this. She liked this very much. So she, being the good girl she was, went home with her mother.
 
 
 
 
So Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, ran to the nearest bed. So Sally, with her teddies and toys, bears and bunnies and all, jumped onto the nearest bed and dreamed. She wondered where she would end up next. She loved her Mummy.


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