Essay heading: I Think I'm Pretty Sure I Remember What You Did Last Summer

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Rob Grech

 

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July 1, 2009

 

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There was no car so we had to walk down this dark highway. We were walking for quite a while and then, in the distance we saw the flickering lights of Diegoís car smashed into a tree along the side of the road. We quickly ran up to see if Luke was all right but to no avail. Luke was dead. At first I thought it was because he was drink drivingÖno thatís one hundred percent safe so it must have been something else...
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We quickly ran up to see if Luke was all right but to no avail. Luke was dead. At first I thought it was because he was drink drivingÖno thatís one hundred percent safe so it must have been something else. There was something weird about his body and then we realized it, as scary as it was at the time, I still cant believe it to this day onÖhe was stark naked! And not only that there these words written all over his pathetic little body and I could just make them out without touching him, it read, "I think, Iím Pretty Sure I Remember What You Did Last Summer"...
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