Chocolate Fa Monologue

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Once there was a little boy, his name was Charlie. Charlie was poor and he lived with his mom and his grandparents. He would always save up money to buy a chocolate bar, because In five of the chocolate bars, there was a golden ticket. Whoever gets a golden ticket, wins a tour of Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Fa-a-a-ctory! One day Charlie got his coin and went to buy a chocolate bar. When he opened it up, inside there was a golden slip of paper, it was one of the tickets! As soon as he realized it was the golden ticket, he ran home and showed his family. “Look, Look! I found the golden ticket!” Charlie shouted with joy. “ You found the golden ticket! Congrats boy!” Grandpa Joe announced. “Momma look! I found the golden ticket!” Charlie …show more content…
“Well...honey, you see, there have been reports that that factory has been…” She pauses. Then she leans in and whispers, “That they’ve been...making monsters there.” She whispers very fast. “Mom, that’s just a rumor! There’s not actually monsters!” Charlie laughs. “No honey, it’s not. There’s been articles in the paper!” Charlie’s mom says as she grabs the paper she was reading and shows him. “Monsters Being Made at Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory!” Charlie reads off the paper. He mumbles the rest of the article to himself. “Mom, there’s no proof in this entire article. This picture of a bubble gum monster, is just a close-up picture of wadded up gum in the shape of a head.” Charlie says to his mother. “Maybe that’s what it looks like, you don’t know.” “No mom, I do know. I know that there is no way that there are bubble gum monsters.” charlie replies to her comment. “Mom, can I please go?” Charlie begs. “No, besides even if there weren’t monste…” “There aren’t monsters there.” Charlie interrupts her. “Even if there weren’t monsters...there would be no one to go with you.” she finishes. “Why can’t you go? You don’t have a job to keep you busy.” “Because I don’t wanna go to a candy factory...especially since …show more content…
But sadly they weren’t stones, they were the backs of the jawbreaker-gargoyles. Then two of the jaw-breakers went down into the acid. That would have been good, if they weren’t the two on the sides...THEY WERE TRAPPED! “Ahhh, what do we do?” Charlie screams. Then they notice a giant splash about 6ft down the stream . “Ah!” Everyone screams and looks up. “Mintos…” Charlie whispers. Then a gigantic gelatin monster punches the wall repeatedly. “Why is that monster hitting that wall?” Augustus asks. “Seriously? That’s your question right now?” Veruca answers. Then a huge clump of mintos fall into the acid and startled the gargoyles. They flew off with the kids on them. “Ahh!” They all screamed and held on. A couple seconds later the gargoyles dropped them off into a pile of jello. “Okay Willy, what’s going on?” Violet asks. “Okay kids, umm...you see, some of our recipes…” “Just tell us old man!” Veruca shouts. “Ok well, some of our recipes “went bad” in the making. And they made monsters. It-it’s even in the newspaper. That’s why I thought this was canceled.” Willy answers. Ouuoo! “Oh, no! Is that a werewolf?” “Yeah, umm...you see, the werewolf’s teeth, are made out of peppermint bark.” Willy says. “What? That’s gonna kill us! I’m too precious to die!” Veruca whines. “RUN! It’s coming our way!” Willy

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