Forgot your password?

We just sent you an email, containing instructions for how to reset your password.

Sign in

  • I have a friend, her name means "little story" but she is far from being little or being just a little story.
    She reminds be very much of a Harry Potter character, not only because of her flamboyant curly brown hair but also because of her sense of hospitability and cozy feel. Yes, it's Hagrid.
    I've recently been on an adventure with this snug being.
    We are a month away from graduating high school and as any senior should feel obliged to do, we had to prank our school.
    4:30 am, Hagrid is waiting for me outside my house, her car full to the brim in colourful balloons and four bamboo sticks poking at us from the back. We get to the parking of the hall where we are to pass our final exams in a few days and begin to create "balloon sticks" along with seven other early birds. 5:00, Little Story and I load her car with our creations and head towards school, once there we feel like rebel-ninja-hooligans ready to "fuck the system" and destroy our locus of education, posters and balloon sticks in hand we head to the main gate. Being the agile secret agents that we are, we start putting up our kaleidoscopic brochettes but as the dangerous criminals that we are, two security guards try to make a halt to our endeavors. Of course, like sharp lawyers we get permission to go about our work. After an hour and so of hard work, plastering the school with insulting depictions of teachers and principals, mounds of colour and graffitis in chalk we take a step back and contemplate our creation. Yeah, we really got those bastards...
    • Share

    Connected stories:

About

Collections let you gather your favorite stories into shareable groups.

To collect stories, please become a Citizen.

    Copy and paste this embed code into your web page:

    px wide
    px tall
    Send this story to a friend:
    Would you like to send another?

      To retell stories, please .

        Sprouting stories lets you respond with a story of your own — like telling stories ’round a campfire.

        To sprout stories, please .

            Better browser, please.

            To view Cowbird, please use the latest version of Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, or Internet Explorer.