Once I heard the sentence "Risk is the only rule," so I told my little brother. My brother told his friends, and they all told their cousins. Soon enough, the whole world knew.
And so, people took more risks and did some stupid stuff, like touching deadly snakes, and trying to skydive without parachutes. Instead of climbing ladders, they climbed tons of trees. During school, they sat on stacks of chairs and threw food. Soon enough, their heads were numb and they had some broken bones.
I was watching the whole darn thing while thinking, "Man, the person that told me that destroyed the world."
By Adelle Danilchick
Killington Elementary School