“One day a very nice man came to his house right next door to my house. His name was Alexander. He never robbed and never bullied people.”
One day a very nice man came to his house right next door to my house. His name was Alexander. He never robbed and never bullied people. He never said bad words, but sometimes my mom went to his house and gave him cupcakes. He always said “thank you,” but one day he wanted some hot dogs. So, he went to my mom’s house and asked her for some hot dogs.
And my mom said, “No more hot dogs. I gave you enough hot dogs.”
So Alexander ran home. Then one day, everyone was sleeping. I saw Alexander come out of his house. I got scared because he never came out of his house at 2:00 in the morning. I knew that as a fact because every time my mom and I tried to come and visit, he was always sleeping. And when we tried to go to the park with him to run, he was still sleeping, so we never could go to his house. So I didn’t expect him to be up at this time. So I decided to lock all the doors. Then after I locked all the doors, I looked out my window. He was standing in front of my door, ringing the doorbell so many times and knocking at my door.
And then I screamed out the window, “Leave us alone!”
He said, “I want hot dogs!” very loudly.
I decided to give him 21 hot dogs, so he could leave us alone.
He said, “I want more.”
I told him, “For what?”
And he said, “I have a huge family.”
And I kind of felt bad until I heard that he was lying. I knew he was lying because his lights were off. I knew he was lying because if his family was there, it wouldn’t be closed.
He told me, “Fine, I am lying. I just want hot dogs.”
Then Alexander ran to another house, and the woman gave him a lot of hot dogs because she trusted that he had a lot of family to feed. He just ate them. I got frustrated and went to go talk to the lady, but she didn’t believe me because she hated my mom because my mom didn’t want to work with her in the store because she didn’t know how to make cupcakes. So she closed the door in front of me.
And she said, “Leave me alone.”
So I decided to go to his house and knock on the door.
I said, “Give me back my hot dog.”
He said, “I’m never going to give you your hot dogs back.”
I said, “Why?”
“Because I ate them already.”
I said, “Poop them out or something.”
“I am not pooping them out because I do not have them. My dog has them.”
“Then tell your dog to give me your hot dogs.”
Alexander said, “No. I can’t afford much food for my dog. He might die.”
“Couldn’t you tell me that earlier,” I said.
“No, because you would get mad at me.”
“If it was for life, I would never get mad,” I said.
I gave him 100 hot dogs, and we got along for the rest of our lives.