Where, wear? There, their.

Writing a classroom scene.

“Next week, on Wednesday, our class will go down to the meadow at the riverside to pick flowers and braid wreathes to give our families and friends. Remember to where clothing that are fit to kneel in the dirt, as that is wear the flowers grow.”

Penny’s classmates giggled, and so did she until she realized.

Eep!  So did I, after I realized!  Really, brain, where clothes and wear the flowers grow?

Deliberate puns are fine, but this was just a brain bloop.  Did the next line contain ‘giggled’ and ‘realized’ because I actually notice that typo, or does it fit into the story?

BOTH.

 

 

 

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What were you thinking?

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