My Worstest Day Essay: My Most Scariest Day

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my most scariest day begins with me just going to school like every other day. It was a warm day sunny day. the birds were chirping people were heading to work in general it was an average day. When I arrived at school nothing was new. same boring classes same boring teachers and same boring routine. through out the day it was mellow till one of my good friends alex hit me up. He said to follow him into the bathroom and that he had something to show me. When we got in there he pulled out a bag of 100 rigs or also known as needles for shooting up pills and other substances. I had looked at the bag in horror cause I never asked for that many. and at this point if you cant already tell I was a druggie. I shot pills and varies other drugs for fun. The day before I left I had asked alex to bring me a few rigs not a 100! so there it was. what I wanted just to many of them. to many to be walking around school with. so we did what we thought was logical thing to do and hid them. …show more content…
As soon as we saw him we knew we fucked up. I quickly tried to think of what to do with the drugs on me and all I could muster to do was hide it in my shirt pocket since I've never had that searched before while having a pat down. Now I've been a troubled kid for most of my high school career so I already knew what was in store for me when I went to the office. Me and alex both walked to the front office at which time they separated us for questioning. They searched me twice and found nothing. which is beyond lucky considering that I had 60+ morphine on me. alex got away with some stuff too. he hid his pills in his lunch box and they never found it. After walking away cause they had nothing on us I was feeling like a champion. nothing could bring me down. That was until we saw the principle this time walk

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