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They got on line to play wall-ball. “Hi, Marvin,” said Nick, getting in line behind him. “Hi, Nick,” said Marvin. Nick Tuffle was Marvin’s other best friend. ” asked Nick. Marvin thought a moment. He didn’t have a favorite dinosaur. Stuart made a noise with his nose. “That’s a stupid question,” he said. Marvin looked at his two best friends. He was afraid they’d get into another fight. Nick and Stuart were always fighting. ” Nick demanded. “Because,” said Stuart, “the results are going to be buried in a time capsule.
He waited for Gina and Heather to leave. “I don’t pick my nose,” he said. “We know that,” said Stuart. ” “You were supposed to tell the truth for the survey,” said Marvin. “I did,” said Nick. “You’re still our friend,” said Stuart. ” “That’s right,” said Nick. “You can’t have more than one best friend,” said Stuart. Marvin walked home alone. He lived in a two-story gray house. There was a white fence around the house. Next to the gate was one red post. Marvin tapped the red post as he walked through the gate.
That was in Social Studies because he never asked a survey question. But then he read the teacher’s comments: Marvin doesn’t play well with others. The other children are offended by his unsanitary habits and anti-social behavior. He needs to learn to use a tissue. He read the words over and over again. He couldn’t believe it. Mrs. North thought he picked his nose too! It wasn’t fair. The ball was over the line! He put his head down and started to cry, right in the middle of class. ” asked Casey Happleton.