The Adventures Of Kevin Kalamity
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The Adventures Of Kevin Kalamity

A trip to Costco.

The Adventures Of Kevin Kalamity

Kevin Kalamity is a thirteen year old boy. He has a good heart. He likes to help people. In fact, his family is a bunch of super heroes (with alter egos of course to prevent villains from hurting them during their normal life and to give them privacy from the paparazzi). One thing you should know about Kevin is that he is powerful. Usually, super heroes have only one, maybe two, super powers. The thing with Kevin though is that any power you can think of, no matter how cool or ridiculous it sounds, he has at his disposal. Another thing you should know is that he is super accident prone. It’s quite funny that his last name is Kalamity, because Kevin’s mixture of having an arsenal of superpowers and being super accident prone has led to many calamities, both for his family and for the surrounding citizens around him. One particularly funny calamity was a trip to Costco.

Another thing you should know about Kevin is that he loves food. Shopping at Costco is one of Kevin’s favorite pastimes because of all the samples he gets to eat. During one of his family’s shopping times at Costco, Kevin was on the hunt to eat all samples Costco was offering. During this day, Kevin’s freezing powers were also acting up. Kevin was hungry and went to a Costco employee who was giving out barbeque chicken samples. Kevin went to grab a sample, touched the Costco employee on the hand by accident, and froze the employee. The employee, whose name was Fred, was now frozen in a block of ice. Kevin, being scared to death and worry of what he had just done, became even hungrier and looked for another Costco employee who was giving out samples. Another employee, whose name was Rachel, was giving out samples of little pieces of steak. Kevin went to grab for a sample, tripped on his shoelaces, bumped Rachel, and froze her in a block of ice. Kevin became even more hungry after this incident. He went on a little adventure of trying to eat all the different samples Costco employees were handing out. All these Costco employees ended up being frozen in blocks of ice. Kevin, who felt guilty after having done this, tried to apologize to the rest of the Costco employees by shaking their hands and saying , “I’m sorry”. During this day, everyone who was working at the Costco the Kalamity family went to that day all were frozen in blocks of ice. Roger Kalamity, Kevin’s dad, decided that it was time for their family to leave Costco after everyone who was working was frozen. This is one story of many calamities caused by Kevin Kalamity.

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