Short Story Structure

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Beginning(Exposition):

I am exposed to a kid who loathes moments when his/her parents give a huge lecture about things. He/she also dislikes cleaning his/her bedroom.

Rising Action:

The kids “best friends” invite him/her to the cheese factory. The kids parents give him/her lectures on how you shouldn’t go with people you don’t know but the kid goes anyways.

Climax:

In order for thirty or more people to fit in four cars, bunches of people must fit in the back seat. Knowing the strict security, the driver Jay changed course to The Cloud instead of The cheese factory.

Problem Solving:

After getting drunk and witnessing a car flip, the kid decided that he/she should’ve settled with SpongeBob and staying at home.

Conclusion(Resolution):

The kid realized that listening to parents is a very wise choice.

Character Experience:

The character became aware of how he/she should’ve listened to his/her parents.

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