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In this story, Chloe goes on an overnight school trip, a camping trip, where she had to pee, the toilet paper ran out so she had to "drip dry" leaving a little pee stain in her underwear. To her shock and embarrassment, on the last day as all the girls in her cabin lined up their their bags to load into the bus to go home. a pee stained pair of Chloe's underwear were just siting there on the ground in front of everyone.
The teacher from her school asked the girls from her class who's they were. No one stepped up and told the truth, how could they, how could Chloe? Would she get caught? Would she get busted?
There was nowhere to hide for Chloe. It was looking like a disaster was about to take place. But, the good news was that non one really knew who's they were so she played it cool and acted like everyone else. Everyone except one mean girl, the class mean girl, bought that her panties could not be traced to her.
The mean girl tried to call her out and embarrass her. Accusing Chloe of peeing in her pants and trying to trick her into confessing. The more Chloe denied, the more insistent and pissed the mean girl got. The risk was too great because the mean girl would spread rumors all around the school and Chloe would not have any more friends so we stuck to her story that they were not hers.
As a last ditch effort, the mean girl insulted Chloe making her feel bad and cry. But she realized that her secret was safe and knowing no one would ever know her secret made her feel good again. It could have been SUCH an embarrassing story or storytime.
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