By R. L. Stine
The preferred dude in class? It needs to be Bernie Bridges. simply ask him! Bernie desires to win the preferred Rotten scholar of the 12 months identify. yet first he has to turn out he is the most well-liked dude on campus. How? effortless. he will get Jennifer Ecch, the yearbook photographer, to keep on with him round. All she has to do is snap photographs of him being well known. while that does not paintings, Bernie comes to a decision to throw himself the largest celebration ever. yet, glance out, Bernie . . . . a few birthday events turn into shock events!
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I see that little smile on your face, Belzer,” I said. ” He blinked some more. “Party? ” I handed him another pizza slice. This time it went all over his forehead. Did the guys forget about planning the party? I decided they needed more reminding. So I called a Rotten House dorm meeting that night. . 51 Chapter 1O I B Bernie I herded everyone into the Rotten House Commons Room. That’s like our living room, with comfy chairs and couches. Mrs. Heinie stood in the doorway, squinting at us through her thick glasses.
Just invite everyone in the whole school. ” “No problem, Bernie,” Feenman said. “Yeah, no problem,” Crench repeated. He scratched his head. Now his hand was smeared with red paint. ” I laughed. “Don’t tease me,” I said. “I know you know the answer to that. ” “Yeah. Right,” Feenman said. He turned Crench around and started painting his butt red. “Catch you later,” I said. “Remember—make it a small party. ” I stepped out into the hall, but I didn’t go into my room. I pressed myself against the wall and eavesdropped on them.
I tiptoed back to my room. I’d put the idea into their heads. I could already hear the whole school singing “Happy Birthday” to me. Will that impress Leif Blower? Does a duck swim backward in the spring? 48 Chapter 9 Belzer Can’t Keep a Secret I waited three days. Then I took Belzer aside in the Dining Hall during lunch. Belzer must have eaten a big lunch. He couldn’t button his school blazer. Underneath it he wore a red-and-white T-shirt. I pulled open the blazer and read the T-shirt: I MAY BE STUPID BUT AT LEAST I’M UGLY.