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Monday, 19 December 2011

Astroball Blaster

This is our new app! It is for the Ipad or Ipod, and it has 80 different levels and 4 game types! :)

Sunday, 7 August 2011

The cruph

A cruph is a magical type of fish that is mainly brown. Its dorsal fin is webbed and green along with its other fins. It eats meat and sucks algae off of rocks. They have small sharp teeth that can eventually naw through anything. They can spit poison that can paralyze and poison the victim which they then eat the flesh of. Their weaknesses are fire or a large electric shock or shallow water or any other common fish weakness.

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Adventure #2: The Abominable Ant

Here is my latest short story:


The Abominable Ant by James W.

Jet was walking through the forest in his back yard when he saw a giant glacier that he never noticed before. He saw steep hills and platforms with caves everywhere. He climbed inside the lowest one and saw a big ant that was white and hairy. It was 5 feet tall, just taller than Jet, and was eating a juicy mango.

Jet looked in his notes and didn’t see this monster. He only had an alien in his previous adventure. He then copyrighted the name white abominable ant (mix of yetis and ants).

Now he just had to study it.

First he needed to record what it ate.
He knew it ate mango.

UHH OH! It saw him. Luckily he had a camera which he strapped to his hat. He ran and the ant followed. He said to himself “Expedition Note: don’t get in the white abominable ants way.”

He ran and ran. He wrote: “Is very protective of his home and probably eats humans.”

Then he saw a huge stalactite hanging from the ceiling. Jet didn’t know how to get it to fall on the ant. He had a rock but only one. He threw it and….. MISSED. Jet was really in a pickle. Then he had a brilliant idea. He screamed “IICCEECCRREEAAMM” and the stalactite shook from the vibrations and hit the beast right on the toe.

It said, “What was that for? I just wanted to invite you to tea.”

And so Jet met the entire abominable ant colony and wrote them down as “good hosts” in his books. 

Sunday, 10 July 2011

Everything I Know About Neptune

This planet, the 8th from the sun, has a greenish-blue color because it’s atmosphere is made of helium and methane gasses.

To travel once around the sun, it takes Neptune about 165 years.
That’s 60,152 days to Earth’s 365 day orbit.

One day on Neptune is 16 hours and 7 minutes long, which is almost 8 hours less than an Earth day, a third shorter. Hey – does that mean school would be shortened to 2 ½ hours if we lived on Neptune?

The average wind speed in Canada is 11 to 13 miles per hour.
The wind on Neptune averages 700 miles per hour.
The most severe hurricanes we have on Earth are only about 150 miles per hour so the winds on Neptune would flatten us all – buildings, trees, everything.
Good for kite flying, not so good for wearing a hat!

Clearly, Neptune cannot sustain life.

Aside from the stinky-fart smell, Neptune would be fun planet to live on – with short school days and munchkin-high helium voices, it would be like living in a big blue party balloon.

Thursday, 7 July 2011

EmpolePhlotion by JD Coi

Thanks to my friend JD Coi for sharing the prologue to his story, EmpolePhlotion.


Empole
PROLOGUE:
Empole was an average nine year old boy, living an average boy’s life in the smallish town of Petersburg. It was a regular day in Petersburg. The sun was shining, and squirrels were chasing each other up the trees, but Empole could tell that something wasn’t right.

He was walking to the park where he was going to meet his friend, Nick, when he saw something shining in the grass. When he stepped closer, it looked like a red ball, but it was glowing with a weird light.

He should have been smarter than to bend over and touch it when he didn’t know what it was, but it was too late to think about should-haves. When he picked it up, he felt the rush of a strange power coursing through him. He dropped it suddenly, but when he looked down at his hand, his fingers were gone! Instead, he had three arrows jutting out from his arm—an arm that was no longer that of a scrawny nine-year old, but something…else.

“Cool,” said Empole. It might be fun to pretend to be someone else for the day. Although, he hoped whatever this costume was, would wash off later.

He looked up and saw Nick approaching. His friend screamed, not knowing that the beast in the park was Empole.

Empole raised his arrow hands and said, “Wait, it’s me. Nick, don’t be scared, it’s just me, Empole.”

Nick squinted. “Are you sure?”

“Yes, of course. Can’t you tell?”

“Well, you look a little different, but if you say so. Okay.” Nick walked forward. “What is that red orb on the ground?” He pointed a few feet away.

Empole and Nick examined the orb, but both agreed not to touch it.

“Did you touch it? Is that how this happened to you?” asked Nick.

“Yes,” answered Empole. “But watch.” And Empole closed his eyes. After a minute, he opened them and saw the surprise on Nick’s face. “Did I turn back?”

“You sure did. That’s a cool trick.”

Then the two boys left the ball on the grass in the park and went to Empole’s house to play videogames. When they got home Empole asked Nick, “Do you want to play Pokemon?”

Ding Dong
“Yes” answered Nick.

After they had played a hundred battles, Empole’s mom called, “Time for dinner!”

Empole asked Nick if he wanted to stay for dinner, and of course, Nick thought that was a great idea so he called his mom and ended up planning to stay the whole night. When dinner was finished the two boys watched the movie Clash of the Titans, and then when the movie was over they went to sleep.




Thanks JD. Send some more!

Monday, 4 July 2011

Pants vs zombies

You are a polar bear and evil zombie penguins are coming to attack you. Buy new clothes and shoot down those penguins! Includes: Bra bomb, Tee traps, and Cloth carnage and more. Coming to the app store soon.

Plants vs zombies

This is the best game ever with lots of great features!

Saturday, 18 June 2011

Dogtor who

The dogtor is a bonelord with his doggie companions nose tyler, Martha bones, pawna noble and Amy pawnd. Then there is liver song. They travel in the turdis and travel through slime and space. There enemies are the dalicks, master and pood and splashta nerada.

Friday, 27 May 2011

Sonic Hammer

This is like the sonic screwdriver but instead a hammer. If you press the button and hit something it willsend a wave knocking out nearby electrical appliances. It can also send a sonic wave focused on one person knocking them back. When it is lengthened and you turn it on if you hit something it tells you its origins.

Monday, 16 May 2011

The Catcus

The catcus is a morph of the cactus and cat. To create one use a morphnatron. They make good minions. They are green with spikes. They have the face of a cat with longish whiskers. You do not need to feed them because they constantly absorb nearby energy. They also can be used as an army because they listen to what they are told and can attack well. They also have a good defence system with theyre spines and all. I will show you a picture:

Omnom grass

Omnom grass is a grass that is cool. When you move quickly it will sense you and make soft music. Then if you dont get out of the patch it will tangle around you and slowly eat you. It is green and soft. Beware this grass unless you are Jet. Is lethal.

Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Cactus

Cactus are super cool because they can live without water for a long time. The spines protect them from predators and they have a thick layer of skin. They can live up to 130 years and can be from 10 cm tall to 3m.

The Fire Monster

There once was a mischievous young man named Arvaaluk, from the small but fearsome tribe of Takitoa, who stole some food from the chief. The gods cast a horrible beast, a fiery red monster whose job it was to punish the dishonest that walked the earth, to burn down his house.

Arvaaluk, threw himself on the ground and desperately pleaded, “Oh no, please don’t burn down my house!”

            The Beast said, “Fine, but don’t steal again.” He returned back to the land of the gods on the other side of the mountain.

            The next day, that scoundrel Arvaaluk stole again. The monster came down the mountain and Arvaaluk pleaded, “Oh no, please don’t burn down my house!”

            The monster said, “Fine, but don’t steal again…or else!” And with that, he went back to the land of the gods.

            The next day, Arvaaluk, that scheming, no-good thief, did it again. The beast trudged back down the mountain and said, “I can’t believe you stole again! Where are my matches?”

            But Arvaaluk pleaded, “Oh no! Please, please, please don’t burn down my house!”

            The monster grunted, “Fine!” He tried to leave but he no longer had enough magic return to the land of the gods. The beast said, “Curse you, Arvaaluk. You’ve used up all my power! I must burn down your house. Now move out of the way so I can set my blazing fire.” The beast shoved him aside and started a fire all over the town.

            Everyone screamed and ran away from the fire, except the kind warrior, Katauliak. She stayed to help the elderly escape. Once the town’s people escaped, they made a small camp and eventually fell asleep.

            The next morning, Katauliak went back with a bucket of water and doused the flames. She saw a peculiar shape in the ashes. When she wiped the soot away, she uncovered a dazzling green mask. It had green and brown feathers sprouting from the sides and slashes of colors on the cheeks that looked liked war paint. Fascinated, she put it on to see if it fit. It did!

Excited to show her discovery to her tribe, she turned to run back to the camp only to come face to face with the fire monster who was blocking her path. Her only defence was the bow and arrow that she always wore on her back. Katauliak shot an arrow right into the beast’s left eye and he stopped running, holding his face in pain while she made her escape.

            When she got back to the camp she showed the brilliant feathered mask to her tribe. One of the wise old women dropped her bone carving tools and grabbed the mask. She held it with reverence, and explained, “That is the mystical hunting mask, lost in our village a many moons ago. It is said that with a bow and arrow, you never miss and always kill what you’re after, however, it only works for those with honest intentions. It was a gift from the gods to our tribe during the time of Great Famine, but it mysteriously disappeared when abundance was restored.”

            After a couple of days, the tribe finally decided to pick someone to put on the mystical mask and destroy the beast. Arvaaluk immediately stepped up thinking it would clear his name for stealing. The tribe agreed and said he should go the very next day.

            Arvaaluk went off, put the mask on, met the fire monster and said, “I will defeat you and clear my name of stealing and be chief of my tribe!”

            Arvaaluk aimed his arrow for the beast’s heart, pulled back on his bow, sure that his shot would kill, but the arrow fell at the monster’s feet. “Why did I miss?”

            The monster roared, “Because you stole and aren’t honest.”

            So Arvaaluk ran back to the tribe and said, “I hit him in the foot so he can’t follow me.”

            The next day Arvaaluk volunteered to try again. Like the day before, he missed, but boasted to his tribe with more lies. He said he hit the monster’s belly.           Desperate and determined, he went back again but this time, he snuck up on the monster and hit him in the finger. The fire monster, turned in anger and chased after Arvaaluk, roaring, “Hey, you gave me a sliver you sneaky fiend!”

Arvaaluk dropped the heavy mask so he could run faster, but the monster caught him, grabbed him and gobbled him up.

Days later, the wise old tribal woman was out for a stroll and found the mask. The elder theorized, “Arvaaluk must not have been honest because the mask did not work and the monster defeated him.”

Katauliak grabbed the mask and declared, “I will defeat this monster!” She put on the mask, picked up her bow and arrows and hiked out to the smoky village.

She called, “Come out monster!” But he did not come out, so she went back to the camp for the night.

The next day she tried again. She put on the mask, got the bow and arrows, and hiked to the ash covered village. She shouted, “Come out Mr. Monster!” But nobody came out so she trudged back to the encampment and pondered why the monster never came out. She thought, what if it’s because he couldn’t beat me with the mystical hunting mask on so he just hid until I left?

To test her theory, she went the next day without wearing the hunting mask, instead, hiding it in her animal hide cloak.

As soon as she got to the burnt village, the monster jumped out and tried to gobble her up but she dodged and ran into one of the few remaining unburned lodgings. She ran up the stairs and looked out the window. She saw a small hole in the beast’s fiery armour, right in the centre of his back. She shot an arrow but the monster turned around and threw a fireball at the house. She put on the mystical hunting mask and evasively jumped out the window. She ran through his legs and shot one of his knees to slow him down. She climbed up the tallest tree she could find and shot an arrow at the monsters arms. Now he could not throw fireballs. To her surprise, the monster breathed fire, too! The tree burned in a flash of hot flames and fell over.

Instinctively, Katauliak ran straight around the beast and shot at the weak spot in the armour and the beast magically turned into water dousing all of the flames.

When Katauliak victoriously returned to the encampment, the tribe was so happy that she defeated the beast, they made her chief of the tribe as a reward. They had a huge ceremony and celebration feast. When it was over, the gods from the other side of the mountain granted her permanent powers so her aim always remained straight and true and Katauliak was cherished by the Takitoan people forever.

The End

The Fire Monster by Jet
copyright 2011

Sunday, 8 May 2011

Adventure 1: Scared Cat Boy

When Jet was young, there was a monster under his bed. He named it 'the evil flying monkey rabid slimy thing'. Nobody believed that it was real. Every night it would eat a block of cheese that Jet left out for it.
When Jet grew up he became a ninja spy. He had a master and an agency. He had a 13 pack and muscles the size of an elephant plopping.

One day, his mission was to storm a castle. He arrived there a night. All he could see were the glowing eyes of the beast that haunted him all those years ago.

They fought for the castle. Jet jumped on it's back, or at least he thought it was a back, until he got swiped at. They both lay on the ground with yummy tummy aches, howling in ticklishness as Kaplots nibbled their toes. The monster got up and a huge army of underground pirates charged toward the monster.

The monster sat on the pirates and poof they all exploded! It turned out they were cyborgs. Then the monster walked into the light...

"It's a cat!" Jet screamed in terror. Jet hated cats. He's more a guppy kind of person. Then the cat morphed into a Blobby Fish.

"Hello, I am alien leader KARNIVORCUS," it said in a deeper than usual voice.

Jet's tummy rumbled. "Ooh, you look tasty." And at that, Jet gobbled him up! For the rest of his life he lived with his dad cause he was fat man!

The End

copyright Jet W, 2011

Welcome

Hi,

Welcome to my brand new blog, Jet's Words.
I'll be writing about random stuff so stop by often.

I enjoy writing stories so you'll see lots of them on here.

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