Danger Is My Middle Name!
This is the story about a teenage spy who has to go everywhere and never makes any friends. Until now... she is sent to Chicago for a five year mission that will forever change her life! Tune in to find out! Oh wait, here are some simple facts:
Name: Doreyme Fasolate A.K.A Dodo
Origin: American but grandmother was Chinese
Hair Color/Texture: Wavy and Blonde
Eye Color: Blue, Green, any color cuz she can change them for cover-up
Main Languages: American,Chinese,Austrian
Thats all folks!!!
Chicago, Here I Come!
"Susie? Ready to go?" Asked the flight instructor as I hugged my mom and dad goodbye.
"Ya sure Melvin! I'm almost ready!" I replied while I put my watch into place on my wrist, and attached my ear cam.
As I walked into the plane he stopped me and asked: "Do you, Suseelia Machiena, promise that you will uphold your duties of a spy?"
"I promise!" I said with my hand on my heart and the other sweating with the embarresment of my name.
"Good! Now you can get on!" He declared proudly.
I jumped into the jet and took a seat in seat number 9. My favorite number. Within ten minutes, the plane was up in the air! I took out my DS and played Mario Brothers until I drifted off to sleep.
I blinked open my eyes to the sound of Melvin saying "Susie! Attack!!!"
I immediatly stood up to see a squad of about ten or eleven attack warriors from Wallabanger's base tying up Melvin. They had not yet found me because I was very well hidden in the back of the plane. I proceeded to jump up on the chairs and use many of my battle moves. I elbowed the first bulky guy and ran him into the bathroom. I then took two of the skinny men and bumped their heads together. They dizzily walked around the plane, bumping into people. I kicked the chin of the fourth man with a buzz cut, causing a few teeth to come out of his mouth. I super kicked him to the back of the plane. I caused the fifth one to be unconcious by kneeing him in the gut while holding the sixth guy's head down to the floor with my foot. Number seven, eight and nine took their parachutes and jumped off the ship. Ha! Scared of a little girl? Be real! Ten and eleven came running towards me with their big eyes and raging muscles. I jumped into the air, and kicked both of their faces with my foot. But they weren't ready to give up just yet! They grabbed me by the wrists with their sweaty fists and opened the door of the plane. I looked away with my fear of heights raging in my head. It looked like this was the end.
"Get away from her!" Shouted an angry voice that sounded a lot like... Melvin's!
I gave him a happy smile as the furious men glanced his way. There in his hands were two guns! That seemed to scare the men enough to drop me! I landed on the edge of the plane, but my knee slipped and I screamed as my whole body slipped off the plane! I held on to the greasy edge. Every second caused me to slip more off the plane! There was only one more way to not die.
The Wakamallee Sequence
The Wakamallee Sequence is were you calm yourself for a full minute, (must count) then take all of the energy in your body to jump a full ten meters. It was a genius sequence, but very complicated to do. Only five people in the whole world have done it! My mom almost did it while my dad was one of the lucky five!
Time to make it six. I thought.
I erased every thought in my mind, yes, even the fact that I might fall off a plane to my death. Nothing entered my mind either, for a whole minute. After that i gathered up every energy cell I could muster, and jumped a full TEN METERS!!! Melvin mustv'e known what I was doing since he had said "No way!" And number ten and eleven just froze in their spot. I landed upon the steel floor of the plane, then colappsed.
I woke up to see Melvin's face staring astonishingly upon mine. I got up. "W-what h-happened?" I asked. "You performed... Wakamallee!" He exclaimed. The memories came flooding back into my head like the blink of an eye. I shook my head. "Are we there yet?" I asked, trying to change the subject. "C'mon, you performed the Wakamallee! Why aren't you excited about that?" He told me. "It's just, I'll probably never be able to do that again!" I blushed. "You are the top ISA teenager! You can do anything!" He reasured me. I said my thanks and sat down. "And yes, we are here."