Woodland Adventure and American Pictures

4 04 2012

I have a gate to a woodland in my back garden, and right at the back of the wood, there’s a hole in the ground. This hole is filled with plants, stinging nettles, dock leaves, and moss. It’s also filled with things like old bicycles, broken microvaves, and toasters.

I had a walk through the wasteland place, and got stung by nettles in the ankle, caused down a chalk landslide, nearly killed myself, and saw a rabbit. At least the rabbit was nice.

In America, we went to the zoo, and here are some pictures of animals:

@ d£tr0it ZoO

And here is a chipmunk:

I’m doing Script Frenzy for Young Writers, and surprisingly, it’s going well. I’m going to write 35 pages, and I’ve written 7 so far. I have a graph:

 BYE!





American Chocolate Is RUBBISH (sorry)

2 04 2012

I’m from England, and I go to school. But I got to miss a week of school because of my cousin’s wedding. In America.

So I went to America and did stuff, I’ll do pictures later, and my aunt got us some american chocolate.

It tasted of vomit.





Videos!

14 02 2012

Remember that other video that I was talking about? I made that, so that’s a thing you can watch.

It’s called ‘Why you Shouldn’t Accidentally Kill the Mafia’s Girlfriend‘ which is a very catchy title. (Sarcasm, in case you hadn’t noticed).

Another one’s being planned, so that should start filming in some time. And this is what the video should look like (or at least the start of it).

The Evil ForestBy MonkeyMoron | View this Toon at ToonDoo | Create your own Toon

In the meantime, I leave you with this quote from asdfmovie3:

There’s something on your face! *THWACK!*. It was pain!

See ya!





NaNoWriMo 2011

7 09 2011

Tick, tock, goes the clock, and all the time it flies,

Tick, tock, and all too soon, you and I must DIE!

                                                              Peg Dolls

How do you know when you run out of ideas on how to start a post? When you quote a poem said on Doctor Who. And a macabre one at that. *sighs*

Doctor Who was on last week with creepy peg dolls that turn people into dolls themselves. As the Doctor Who website describes it: It begins with the hands… Fingers stiffen and apparently turn to wood. And then the process spreads until the victim of the dolls has become like them. The Doctor called their state a ‘living death’.

But the title of this post is NaNoWriMo, which stands for National Novel Writing Month. In NaNoWriMo, you write a 50,000 word story in the space of one month. Seeing as this is my first time, and because I can, I’ll be doing the young writers program, where I’m going to choose my word target : 10,000 words is what I’m aiming for. If I actually remember to do it, then I’ll put sections of it on monkeymoronswriting.wordpress.com, my new blog that I really need to update.

NaNoWriMo Logo

Turkey Pics on PhotoPeach

http://photopeach.com/public/swf/story.swf





Random Video: Reckless Driving

9 06 2011

Hello.

Here is another video I made about me crashing a go-kart.

Watch it.





Something Strange

6 05 2011

Sorry to bother you, just wanted to show you this photo I took in a school that I visited.

Why are they doing SATs in the toilets?!





Red Nose Day!

17 03 2011

On Friday 18th March, it is RED NOSE DAY!

For those of you who don’t know what Red Nose Day is, it’s a day where you do ‘something funny for money’ for a charity called Comic relief. And if you didn’t know what comic relief is, where have you been the past 2-and-a-half decades.

They sell red noses, which are like little characters that fit on your nose. This year’s are:

  • Honkus, a furry little monster. He looks nice, but has fangs.
  • Captain Conk, a pirate with an eye patch. He has a Jolly Roger hat on his head, in which the skull has a red nose.
  • Chucklechomp, a nerd. He’s got this massive white glasses to make him look geeky, and also has his teeth at the side of his mouth while his tongue dominates the other side.

But what is Red Nose Day for? Comic Relief’s aims are in the UK and Africa.

What they do in the UK:

  • Help disadvantaged communities;
  • Help the elderly;
  • And ensure mentally ill people have a say in the decisions that affect their lives.

What they do in Africa:

  • Help those in urban slums improve their living environment;
  • Rescue homeless children from violence;
  • Tackle malaria;
  • Help children get an education;
  • Contribute and promote fair and sustainable ways for producers to earn a living;
  • Fund a number of projects to help Africa’s poorest communities find ways to cope with the changes.

Now from something that’s actually quite sensible to something rather stupid.

Ways to fundraise:

  1. Get sponsored to wear your pyjamas at school or work.
  2. Hold a clothes swap.
  3. Hold a fashion show.
  4. Be sponsored to eat only red food for a day.
  5. Wear a red wig for a day.
  6. Do a karaoke night.
  7. Do a sponsored silence.
  8. Get sponsored to row the length of the English channel on a rowing machine.
  9. Do some chores for money.
  10. Hold a book sale.

What you can do with your money.

£1 provides a child who lives in poverty in Kenya glasses so they can read and write.

£2 could provide a years’ supply of pens for a child in Uganda.

£5 could provide a homeless child in Ethiopia a week of healthy meals.

£10 could provide a child who lives in poverty in the UK healthy dinners for a week.

£15 could pay for mosquito nets to protect three families.

£25 could help a child in Uganda get enough money to buy exercise books for a whole year so they can get a good education.

So do something funny for money to help people around the world.