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In the woods.

I looked around the towering trees. Oh, why had I accepted this dare? My teeth were chattering. My eyes were droopy and wide open at the same time. I checked my watch pleadingly—only 10 out of 30 minutes. I had forgotten my flashlight at the camp. My heart pounded as I moved slowly. I yawned and covered my mouth with my hand quickly. Were there bears here? I removed my hand from my mouth, and both of my hands started shaking. My loud inhaling filled up the air. I heard a twig snap, and I screamed so loud that my eardrums burst. I rushed back to camp immediately. I am never ever going back to the woods again!

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