Ruining a Peppermint crisp tart

Anri (12) wrote this from a series of three pictures

 Ann wanted to bake a delicious cake for her brother’s eleventh birthday. She wondered which type of cake to bake. After eyeing every single finally dessert, she found one that was intriguing.  Finally, all that is left is that she must now just create the peppermint crisp tart. Ann put in the cream, because the cream must be blended until stiff. Ann must now mix the cream with the caramel. As Ann mixed the cream, she knew there was something missing. “What is it? O, yes! The peppermint crisp chocolate is the last ingredient left, but my selfish brother James ate everything, so there is nothing left. Mother,” Ann wailed, “There is no chocolate left in the pantry!”

James came home late from school, because he had a rugby lesson. Before he went to school, he asked his mother to make clay for his Biology Project .As soon as he entered the house, he hurried towards the enormous kitchen. The only homework James has left is the Biology project. Unfortunately, James thought the peppermint crisp tart mixture was his clay, so he used that, but found it too sloppy. James mixed red flower; wait a bit; no not red flower but normal flower until the “clay” was stiff enough for him to use. After James finished his project, he quickly cleaned up, so that he can play X-box.

At the exact same moment James started to play X-box, his mother and sister entered the house. Ann hoped he have not seen the mixture, because then his surprise wouldn’t be one.  Sadly, when she saw IT was THICK and BUMPY, she knew that he has found it, and used it as his project. Ann, who was stunned, started to cry. James heard her crying, so he hurriedly went to her to find out why she was sobbing so much. She explained that it was supposed to be a peppermint crisp tart, and that someone has ruined it. James whispered, “I did it, I wished I knew that it was a peppermint crisp tart, as I thought it was the clay for my project I’m sorry for ruining your peppermint crisp tart.”

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