PRESENTING : SARAH AND HER TEST
Directed, written, casted and acted by SARAH QU
Sarah’s Teacher to Sarah: Listen up, I know chemistry is really hard but I’m going to add another hard test for you. Please show me that you aren’t all useless airheads. ( Actually said using different words with basically the same meaning)
Sarah’s Brain to Sarah: She basically called you worthless! What are you going to do?
Sarah to Sarah’s Brain: I’m impressing her this time! I’m going to use this motivation to study well for this test.
Scene change: Sarah is at school, being her awkward self
Sarah to Smart Classmate: Hi, I know I don’t talk to you often but I really need help with this concept. It’s just so confusing.
Sarah’s Brain to Sarah: I can’t believe you’re stooping so low talking to this nerd but at least you’re asking someone when you don’t know the answer. They will give you a better explanation.
Sarah to Sarah’s Brain: Thanks brain.
Smart Classmate: Alright, I’ll help you with this idea.
Scene change: At home, Sarah is still trying to study for the test. The grind never stops.
Sarah’s Brain to Sarah’s Bladder: I know you have urgent issues but Sarah is trying to study for her test.
Sarah’s Bladder to Sarah’s Brain: It’s not just urgent I think I’m about to leak. She’s been studying for so long already without any breaks!
Sarah to Sarah’s Brain and Sarah’s Bladder: Can you guys keep it down in there? I need to figure out this question.
Sarah’s Bladder to Sarah: Listen here kid, studying is good and all but you have to take breaks! You’re not even peeing! I’m going to have to keep bothering you with pee shivers if this
Sarah’s Eyes to Sarah: Yeah, I can barely see anymore. Lay down for a sec.
After what seems like many hours
Sarah’s Notebook to Sarah: I think I’m winning the world record for most messiest tattoos ever. Why are you inking me in every blank space available?
Sarah to Sarah’s Notebook: If I cram it all into one page, I won’t waste paper. Then I can use you for longer!
Sarah’s Notebook to Sarah: But good studying means keeping your notes organized. It will be easier to review in the future.
Sarah to Sarah’s Notebook: Yeah, I understand what you mean. But what was that about not liking your tattoos? My writing