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    I'm writing a story about a man committing suicide for English, and I have to use different points of view. I thought I could write it as testimonies from different objects around the house, the floor, the windows, the plant pot, that kind of thing, as if people were checking it really was suicide. So how would I set out the court notes?
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    (Original post by Tasty Apple)
    I'm writing a story about a man committing suicide for English
    Bloody hell.

    I wrote a story about dancing with ponies once. Got top marks for that one.
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    Bloody hell.

    I wrote a story about dancing with ponies once. Got top marks for that one.
    Yeah, I know it looks bad, but it's what I have to write about. It's not my choice. I'd probably go with dancing ponies if I could though
 
 
 
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