The Simpsons Stories: The Kids Play Golf by Darcy May Partridge -
My name is Darcy. I am a grown up pretty girl. My birthday is 5/5/2004 and I am 14 years old. I have one pet lizard left called Rexy, a hamster called Clive and two rabbits called Thumper and Gizmo. I am Aimee's best friend and I have a trampoline in my…
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The Simpsons Stories: The Kids Play Golf

by Darcy May Partridge

One afternoon, the children from G4EK, Mrs Krabappel, Mr Skinner and Mr Hibbert are outside the front school door to get ready to go to Springfield Golf Club to play golf.


“Let’s get on the bus, everyone! Today, we are going to play golf at Springfield Golf Club as it’s our topic at PE!” said Mrs Krabappel, and they all got on the school bus.


Mrs Krabappel starts driving the school bus. “Golf is so exciting! My dad plays golf.” said Milhouse. “As a reward, after we played golf, why don’t we go to the Kwik-E-Mart to get something for yourselves?! How does that sound?” she asked.


“Yay!” cheered the children loudly, and at last, they reached to Springfield Golf Club. “My dad is very good at golf.” said Bart. “Hello! How may I help you?” asked the lady.


“May we have the fun golf course please?” asked Mrs Krabappel. “It’s $50.00 for the fun golf course!” said the lady. “Yay!” cheered the children, and they went to the fun golf course.


“I love playing golf!” said Kearney, and Terri was struggling to play golf. “I can’t put the ball in the hole.” she said. “There you go, Terri.” said Mr Hibbert.


“You must be good at playing golf and helping people, Mr Hibbert!” said Martin. “Oh, yes, I am! I’m extremely good at playing golf!” said Mr Hibbert.


“Yes! It’s in the hole already!” said Todd. “My twin sister needs help by moving the ball and putting it in the hole.” said Sherri. “Please help me again!” shouted Terri.


“All you have to do is slide the golf ball and put it in the hole, and then pick it up again.” said Mrs Krabappel to Terri. “Are we going back to the school bus now?” asked Nelson.


“1 more minute, and then back to the school bus!” said Mrs Krabappel. “I’m very good at playing golf.” said Lewis. “Me and Bart love golf, don’t we?” asked Milhouse.


The children, Mrs Krabappel, Mr Skinner and Mr Hibbert went back to the bus. “Have you got any money?” she asked. “No!” they said. “I forgot my money.” said Milhouse.


Mrs Krabappel gave the children ten $5 dollar notes. “Thank you!” they shouted. “That’s okay!” she said. “I love going shopping!” said Bart.


At last, the children, Mrs Krabappel, Mr Skinner and Mr Hibbert reached to the Kwik-E-Mart and got out of the school bus. “Let’s go inside there now!” she said.


“I need to buy Haribo Fairyland sweets for me and Nikki.” said Terri. “I’m buying my own pack of these, Terri!” said Sherri. “Me and Johnny need two packs of 60g Fridge Meaty Eaters roast chicken bites and one pack of chicken noodles!” said Bart.


The children paid their snacks to the shopkeeper and went back to the school bus. “I’m going to be very happy buying things for me and my friends.” said Bart.


“Oh, no! The back door on the left side of the school bus didn’t close properly!” said Mrs Krabappel, and she stopped the school bus and got out of it. “Come back, Mrs Krabappel!” shouted Martin. “I think Nelson is getting stressed!”


“The back door is closed properly now. We can now drive back to school.” said Mrs Krabappel. “It’ll be okay, Nelson.” said Jessica. “It’s okay, Nelson.” said Lewis.


At last, the children, Mrs Krabappel, Mr Skinner and Mr Hibbert came back to Springfield Elementary School. “Let’s sit down for a bit before your taxi people come.” she said.


Bart and Lewis came in their taxi with Johnny and Gracie. “Johnny, I’ve got you a pack of 60g Fridge Meaty Eaters roast chicken bites and a pack of chicken noodles.” he said.


“Thank you so much for the food you gave me. That’s very kind of you, Bart.” said Johnny. “You’re welcome.” said Bart, and he enjoyed playing golf with his friends, so he should play golf with his family.


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