A picture is worth 1000 words. This safe has been through a lot. Tell its story. Image credit: “safe” – © 2007 Paul Keller – made available under Attribution 2.0 Generic

This is the safe’s story. So once, a long time ago, there was this really awesome ship captain. And so one day, a group of pirates come along, and they are not really that violent. They just look violent, and talk like their violent.  And so they go to the people on the ship, and say,” Gimme your most precious things or you will have to walk the plank, you landlubbers!”  And so the people’s stuff are in the safe. So the captain goes to his cabin, and with the help of 3 other people, they lift up the safe. When they get on deck with the pirates, all 4 people lift the safe high over their heads, and bonk it on the pirate’s head! That caused a  dent in the safe. The sailors did not mean to do it. It is just that the safe had a lot of magnetic stuff in it, and the pirate captain had a steel plate in his head, and so of course it was drawn to his head. So the pirate was knocked out.  And the safe had all the things taken out of it. A couple months later, the safe became a rats nest. So the sailors threw the safe in the ocean. There it became rusty, and it also became a little crab’s home for a few years. Then a 100000000 years later, a luxury cruise came by.  They were whale watching. While they whale watching, they saw a HUGE whale came by with a really old and gross safe, with crabs in it. The driver of the ship was so amazed by this old safe, he jumped in the ocean and grabbed it, and swam back to the boat. After that, he quit his job and kept his safe by his house. Many people wanted to see it. So he made a living by letting people see and touch it for 10$. He made 3,0000 dollars a month.


OH yeah he also got married and had 6 kids.


2 thoughts on “A picture is worth 1000 words. This safe

  1. Hi Cecilia. Thanks for reading my blog post, about when I was hit by a car. You write very well for a 3rd grader, better than some of the 5th graders I teach! 🙂

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