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"What joke to you write?"

* "So there once was this guy who-

* "What did the penguin say to the-

"Oh sure, the kid texting in class tells me I'M rude.

* You realize you're keeping me from paying attention to the teacher too, right?

"LISTEN TO GENIUS WHEN IT IS PRESENTED TO YOU.

"Ahem... Knock knock.

* Who's there?

* I really don't want to do this

HOW MANY DIALOG TREES ARE YOU TRYING TO MAKE ME WRITE?

Knock! Knock!

* Who's there?

* Why does you're handwriting look like a font?

"Broken Pencil."

* Broken Pencil who?

"Speechless I see. A little notebook humor there. Ready for another one?"

* I guess...

* (Close the notebook)

"Wow. Maybe you should be paying attention to your teachers more...

"But then there would be no one to entertain me. Ready for another one?"

* I guess...

* (Close the notebook)

"Knock knock."

* Who's there?

The End

"To."

* To Who?

"To WHOM. See, this is why you should really be paying attention in class."

* ...I REALLY hate you.

* (Close the notebook.)

"You're delivery was lacking."

* "Wow, really?

* "...I hate you.

"You're obviously a very small-minded person with no appreciation for excellence. Allow me to instruct you.

"Knock knock."

* Who's there?

* This is dumb.

"YOU KNOW WHAT? THIS WS OBVIOUSLY A TERRIBLE IDEA AND A WASTE OF MY TIME. YOU ARE A GARBAGE PERSON AND I HOPE THE TEACHER CALLS ON YOU WHEN YOU'RE NOT PAYING ATTENTION!

"GOOD. BYE."

The End

New words appear before you've finished writing.

"I've heard that one"

* Rude

* I didn't even finish the joke!

Introduction

Create a $key and display “Yes”, if the protagonist has the key, and “No”, if they do not: Yes No

One way link. After following this link readers will not be able to go back to the previous page via the Back button.

Clicking this link will display new text under the current passage without clearing the screen: Display the beginning of the story.

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Random number from 0 to 6: .

Choose action:

It's just a regular day in English class. You didn't get a whole lot of sleep last night and you're finding it hard to pay attention to the teacher. Out of habit, you slip your phone out of your pocket and browse social media.

In front of you your notebook lays open, blank. You scroll past another cat video, then notice something peculiar.

Next

"Hey. What's up?"

Words have spontaneously appeared in your open notebook. The handwriting isn't yours and you're not sitting close enough to anyone else that anyone could have written anything. You are awake right...?

Next

"And that's all you could think to say to me? C'mon, I'm a frickin' talking notebook!"

* I'm sorry, you're right, this is very impressive

* What do you want?

"You're darn right it is."

* What do you want?

"I want you to entertain me. Tell me a joke!"

* ...Look man, I should really be paying attention to the teacher.

* Okay

"Forget about the teacher, pay attention to ME. Tell me a joke!"

* What do you get when you cross a-

* So a guy walks into a bar-

Mikaila from Class presents:

My Terrible Pen Pal

"Hey you. Yeah, you. Stop looking at your phone under the desk. Pick up your pen and talk to me."

* Do nothing

* Hello?

This is the second passage, which readers proceed to by clicking a link in the first passage.

What follows next? It is all in your hands... or, should we say, at your fingertips.

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Subscript: the formula for water is H2O

Superscript: the area of the room is 25 m2

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"Nevermind, there's no point."

* You actually laughed, but you're not going to give it the satisfaction of knowing that ". . ."

* That was the stupidest joke you'd ever heard ". . ."

* I don't get it

"You're really not even a little flabbergasted by a talking notebook? Wow, fine then. Kids these days."

* Hello

"I hate you too. Ready for another?"

Close the notebook.

A practice story made for class.