To Get Inside My Brain

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July 29, 2011 by WITS Editor

The human brain

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Inside My Brain

To get inside my brain, you have to explode the Grand Canyon, fly around the universe 60,000 times in 3 months, smell my stinky socks for 500 days, play tug-of-war with a gorilla (and win!), sleep on my spaceship, climb Mount Everest, tie yourself to my rocket that’s blasting off to Mars and don’t wear a spacesuit, do a triple flip on the high diving board 300,000 times in one day, burn the whole universe in 3 days, write a million words about Abraham Lincoln, and bark 30 times.

 By Hans, 4th Grade


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