‘Angelina’ by Daniela Torres

So imagine a city, filled with humans and robots programed to look like humans, we’ll it this city their was. it was the city of hubots. one day, 2 teenage girls both 13 btw, we’re visiting THE machine, in hubots, their was a big machine in the city and when your assigned, you get a robot. Their names were Daniela and Alini, they were best friends,they dared eachother to press the button as a joke, but from laughing, Daniela moved over a stone with a stick eventually creating Angelina, or as they called her Angie. They loved her she was competitive,sweet,funny, and very very beautiful. she was the perfect friend. one day, Daniela was assigned, she wondered why she was assigned so early, but she went and got a very very beautiful little sister, oohing all the boys. but when alini and Daniela hung out, Angie didn’t show up anymore, or call, or anything. they started getting worried, so they asked everyone, and when Daniela asked her sister she said; well i had to come from some other bot you know, so, hi dani it’s me Angie. Daniela’s soul was crushed,filled with anger and sorrow she ran to the machine Center and asked the him how he found out about Angie, he explained but she wasn’t listening, she was thinking of all the times with Angie. she screamed;THEN BUILD ONE! end of part 1.

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