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Mixed Blood
The world is filled with magical things patiently waiting for our wits to get sharper.
2nd year Witch
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Standing in front of the candy shop was the longest line that Venus Bling had ever seen. It wasn't fair. Turning to her mother and father, standing right behind her, she screwed up her pale face, and pointed at the line angrily. "It isn't fair! The line's too long!" she wailed, acting extremely immature for a 12 year old. "Hush dear," said her father, always the stricter one. "You won't have to wait long, just be patient, sweetheart." Frowning at him, she stamped her foot, her sparkly pink flats bouncing off of the pavement, " But I want to buy the chocolate now! I'm going to get a golden ticket just like Mommy! I want it!" she shouted, drawing the remaining eyes that weren't staring at her like a magnet.

Now her mom stepped in. "Hush, dear, we'll get you to the front of the line in no time!" she said quickly, glancing at her husband, Robert Bling. Her face smoothing out, and her bright blue eyes becoming clear again, she smiled at her mom, the perfect angel. "Now mommy." she said plainly, ignoring her father entirely. He didn't deserve her gaze. Robert looked at his wife, and sighed, "Come on Veruca, let's get this show on the road." Swooping down, he picked up Venus, his broad shoulders managing the weight easily. Giggling, Venus forgot all about her grudge against her dad, and clung to him as he shouldered aside the people in line, ignoring their yells, mutterings, and curses.

Making their way to the front, Veruca Salt followed in their wake, and stuck her nose up in the air in scorn. Venus copied her mother, and looked down at the "Ruffians". They were beneath her, and she was at the top. As her father stopped at the front of the line, gruffly shoving the person standing in front of the counter aside, he set Venus down gently. "I want everything you've got." she said, smiling sweetly at the cashier. The gangly boy, covered in zits, and who was previously looking quite bored gaped at her, his mouth flapping up an down like a fish's, his fin-like mohawk completing the look.

Clearing her throat Venus glared at him, the sweetness gone from her face. "Everything." she said, putting her hands on her hips. The cashier didn't move. Robert stepped forward, pulling out his wallet from his jacket pocket. Slowly opening it, he showed the teenager her impressive array of bills, and he snapped to attention, rushing off to the back storeroom to gather all of the chocolate. Snapping the wallet back together, and tucking it into his jacket again, he patted Venus on the head, careful not to mess up her hair. He had made the same mistake before, and Venus knew that he had learned his lesson.

Smiling up at him, she wrapped her arms around his thick frame, giving him one of her rare shows of affection. Doing the same to her mom, she raised her hands up in the air, and declared, "This is the best day ever!" As her mom and dad both laughed, the line behind them growled angrily and glared. The family payed them no mind.

The cashier came back with a dozen other employees, all of them carrying 3 huge boxes of candy. 39 boxes of candy. Venus squealed, and threw her arms across her mother and father once again, then rushed up to the counter. "Put them in the back of the limo." she ordered harshly, pointing back across the huge line to a spotless black limousine parked on the side. The cashier wordlessly nodded, and then headed determinedly towards the limo, obviously determined to earn the cash for his boss. Watching the line of employees head to the car, Venus watched entranced as they headed back for yet another 39 boxes of candy! There was no way that she wouldn't find a ticket! She was sure to win.

20 minutes later, the limousine was stuffed to the brim with boxes of candy, and the shop was officially sold out. Mumbling, the crowd dispersed, none of them brave enough to face these business tycoons. Heading back to the car, Venus smiled at her parents, each of them holding her hand. "Mommy, when we get back home, I think I'm going to have a nap." she said, she said, smiling cheerfully. Veruca glanced at her husband, knowing what that meant. "Yes, dear, I'll get the workers to start unwrapping." Grinning, Venus started skipping, she would get a golden ticket the exact way her mommy did! But she would do something different, and she would win! Everything was great! She could almost consider it perfect!

By now, they had reached the car, and Venus was in one of her rare good moods. Opening the door, she scrambled into the limo, and sighed blissfully as she sank slowly into the plush seat, her body half vanishing into the lush padding. Strapping on her seatbelt, she leaned forward as far as the seatbelt would allow her, and picked up the golden cage in where she kept her pet squirrel Herman. "Herman..." she cooed softly, making a chittering sound with her tongue. His brown ears pricked up as soon he heard his own name, and he scampered to the edge of the bars, gently pawing at her nose. Melting, her eyes grew soft, and without taking her eyes off of him, she started to call to her mom, "Mom can I-"

"No honey." Sighing, she looked at Herman apologetically. "Looks like you can't go out today," She stroked the top of his head, "I'm sorry sweetheart, but he could scratch up the car, you can let him out of the cage when we get home, okay?" said her dad, without looking back. "But I want to let him out!" She cried, tears welling up in her eyes, "No." said her mom, even though Venus could feel her weakening. "I NEED HIM OUT!!!" she screamed, stamping her feet, "Let him out now!" she shouted, causing her father to wince, and the chauffeur to calmly pull out his earplugs, and stuff them in, used to her hourly tantrums. "Okay, okay, honey." said her mom quickly, glancing at her father. Venus quickly stopped crying, calmed down, and started cooing to Herman again, opening up the door to his cage, and gently coaxing him out. He looked a bit frazzled from being so close to her during one of her outbursts.

Spending the rest of the ride playing with Herman, she quietly told him to scratch up the seats, and giggled in satisfaction as he ripped a hole in the seat. They could always repair it, or order a new car. As they pulled into the gravel driveway, Venus ripped her seatbelt off, and then daintily put Herman on her shoulder, securing him on with his leash. So far, none of the golden tickets had been found, and she planned on being the first. "Daddy, I'm going to have some chocolate." she announced, leaving no room for objections. Pulling a Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight bar from the closest box she could, she unwrapped, it, and started to bite it, closing her eyes as she bit into it. The fudgemallow was delicious. Devouring it, she didn't bother to announce anything as she got another one, and opened it, pushing open the limo door, and biting into it. Pliant as butter the bar melted in her mouth and then-

She paused, something was in the bar. Careful looking into it, she squealed the second she saw a glimmer of gold. "Mommy! Daddy!" she screamed. It was so loud, that they came running, convinced that something was wrong. "I found a ticket!" she screamed, sending her mom in a mixture of sobs and joyful screams, (It was always her dream to have Venus get a golden ticket just like her), and her dad to come a swoop her up in his arms once again. Now it was the best day ever.

(I hope it's not too short. )

owl me to talk
1st year Witch
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Tapping her foot to the beat of the music, Jade waited impatiently outside of the candy store. Her mom, Violet Fleetch, - previously Violet Beauregarde - had to give a speech announcing all of the Golden Ticket hullabaloo. In Jade's opinion, the Golden Ticket was a fraud. I mean, who would want to give the lunatic Willy Wonka and his weird partner a second chance? Almost everyone who had gone in the crazy place had almost died.

Disappointed at the song end, Jade walked into the store trying to see if her mom was finished with her stupid speech. Giving people intimidating glares as she walked by, she still heard her mother's voice coming from the conference room at the local candy store. She still did not understand why a candy store needed a conference room, but the citizens seem to like the idea of it and since her mom was "for the city" her mom also liked the idea of it.

Tucking her gum behind her ear (a habit she picked up from her mother) and fumbling around in her pocket for some change, she grimaced at her empty pocket. Well, empty except for her emergency Walkman battery.

Jade snuck into the conference room and grabbed her mother's wallet. Violet was too caught up in a conversation with the mayor of the neighboring town to realize that her daughter had practically pick pocketed her.

Delightfully, Jade walked up to the counter, cutting in front of the seemingly endless line to receive many outbursts of protest. Waving her hand away and staring at them menacingly, Jade said, "One Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight. And make it snappy, punk." she said to the nerdy teen covered in acne. He rushed away, looking frightened and returned with an oddly shiny Wonka bar. (the public wouldn't accept it as a Bucket bar)

Jade opened it lazily and took a big, greedy bite out of it only to stop mid-chew to pull a slimy, chocolate covered golden ticket out of her mouth. Looking at it in a shock, she snapped to her senses and ran into the conference room before anyone got wind of the fact that she had gotten a ticket.

"Mom! Mom! Mom!" Jade dashed into the conference room letting the door slam behind her and having a whole state worth of authorities turn to look at her. But all Jade cared was to tell her mother that she was visiting Wonka's chocolate factory!

Violet's voice strained with patience said in a sickly sweet voice, "Yes my darling?" She only ever called her that in front of important people so Jade knew that she better not blow it. ((funny pun?!)) "Oh Mom, you'll never believe it - I got the Golden Ticket! Look!" Jade pulled the ticket out of her pocket eagerly, tearing it a bit at the sides.

Violet Fleetch's face turned a shade of pink, but eagerly dashed over and snatched it up. "Oh my goodness. This isn't a fraud! Almost like mine when I was a girl..." Her face got a bit dreamy. "Here, mom - let me read it." Jade snatched it back and announced, "'Greetings to you, the lucky finder of this Golden Ticket, from Mr Willy Wonka! I shake you warmly by the hand! Tremendous things are in store for you! Many wonderful surprises await you! For now, I do invite you to come to my factory and be my guest for one whole day – you and all others who are lucky enough to find my Golden Tickets. I, Willy Wonka, will conduct you around the factory myself, showing you everything that there is to see, and afterwards, when it is time to leave, you will be escorted home by a procession of large trucks. These trucks, I can promise you, will be loaded with enough delicious eatables to last you and your entire household for many years. If, at any time thereafter, you should run out of supplies, you have only to come back to the factory and show this Golden Ticket, and I shall be happy to refill your cupboard with whatever you want. In this way, you will be able to keep yourself supplied with tasty morsels for the rest of your life. But this is by no means the most exciting thing that will happen on the day of your visit. I am preparing other surprises that are even more marvellous and more fantastic for you and for all my beloved Golden Ticket holders – mystic and marvellous surprises that will entrance, delight, intrigue, astonish, and perplex you beyond measure. In your wildest dreams you could not imagine that such things could happen to you! Just wait and see! And now, here are your instructions: the day I have chosen for the visit is the first day in the month of February. On this day, and on no other, you must come to the factory gates at ten o'clock sharp in the morning. Don't be late! And you are allowed to bring with you either one or two members of your own family to look after you and to ensure that you don't get into mischief. One more thing – be certain to have this ticket with you, otherwise you will not be admitted.

(Signed) Charlie Bucket.'

Violet raised her daughter's hand and declared proudly, "See this folks? My daughter won the Golden Ticket! Just like me!" The room erupted into cheers and soon Jade was practically carried out on the shoulders of the crowd as a new celebrity.

((hope that works!))

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