10:51 am
30 April 2017

Orem Junior Loves to Read[words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer]

Orem Junior Loves to Read[words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer]
Books[words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer]
Books[words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer]

Books[words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer]

Orem High School Junior Rachellyn Workman loves to read [words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer], reports hall monitor Jed Ai.

“I just love the way books[words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer] can[like, um], tell the most perfect story ever. [Ibid.] I totally connect with Bella and [Ibid.] know that my Edward will be [Ibid.] out there waiting to [stalk] me.”

The first time Ai noticed Workman’s devotion to reading[words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer], the second-year flutist was seated against hallway lockers after the lunch bell signaled the beginning of afternoon classes. “She just sat there, eyes bugged out, slowly licking her lips. I thought she was having a seizure, so I approached her asking to see her hall pass, or if she was okay,” said Ai. He reports she offered a “stare of death,” and yelled out, “Gosh! Can’t a person read[words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer] freely nowadays? First amendment, geeze!”

Unfazed, Ai said he sat above her until she visibly “reached a climax of sorts.” “Whew,” Rachellyn said. “That was really good. I just can’t ever read[words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer] enough. I think I will major in book writing when I go to college.”

Ai could not believe the way Workman dedicated herself to reading[words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer], and said he would avoid that section of the school as much as possible while his hall duties were required. “There are just certain people, you know. The type that read[words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer]. It’s best to leave them be, the world will take care of them in due time”

Ai said that although he reads a fair amount of books compared to his peers, there is “no way, not even if it’d save my posterity” that he would read a book penned by vainglorious Rachellyn Workman, devotee of reading[words clumped together by Stephenie Meyer].

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