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Thomas: Hi, Eighth grade! How are all of you today?
David: Oh I’ve been better.
Thomas: Really? Are you ready for Camp Weed!
David: I can’t wait for camp devil’s lettuce!
Thomas: Sure dude, sure.
David: You’ve got this big rash all over your leg!
Thomas: Yeah, it’s only poison ivy, I’ll be fine just ignore it.
David: Oh ok...
Thomas: You know how we’re supposed to use books to read at camp?
Thomas: I used books a lot, I would throw them in the fire for fuel.
David: Wow, that’s so smart. I should do that next time my fire is dying down.
Thomas: Bro, have you seen Shane?
David: Shane is so fat, that if he were to walk, he would just start to roll.
Thomas: Well, Camp is fun, fun is difficult, and Shane is difficult. Therefore, Shane is camp.
David: That makes so much sense, bro.
Thomas: Shane is a fun and difficult Camp.
David: How is camp difficult?
Thomas: It’s dark and smelly, there’s mice and bugs everywhere, but worst of all my phone doesn’t even have service!
David: Wow how could they? You can still have fun, though. You can swim and do other activities.
Thomas: Well, remember when we jumped into the Camp lake?
David: I remember… What about it?
Thomas: If only we knew it was Winter.
David: Yeah, that hurt more than I expected.
Thomas: Oh I love to camp! There are mosquitos everywhere, which are my friends, and I also have a fear of bears jumping out at you at any second, so that keeps my blood pumping!
David: Ha ha… me too. Better watch out for those bears!