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Question: Make a belly inflation story with a schoolgirl in which a working hose with water is stuck and inflates
Eliza, a schoolgirl of 16, was always fond of gardening. A regular day found her tending to the Sunday outdoor chores in the school garden. As she watered the pretty daisies and lilies, a strange incident happened. Seeing a considerable leak in the hose, Eliza decided to fix it. Unaware of the mechanical intricacies, she wrapped some duct tape around the faulty area, thinking that would suffice. However, as she turned on the faucet again, the water didn't come out from the other end. Instead, it was stuck in the middle section, making the hose inflate gradually. Gazing at the increasingly puffed tube, Eliza's curiosity got the best of her. She compared the inflated hose to a balloon or her belly after eating a large pizza. A strange fascination towards the expanding hose dawned upon her. She saw the live science lesson in front of her, witnessing how water could inflate something. Not wasting another breath, Eliza ran inside to call her science teacher, Ms. Granger. Always supportive of live demonstrations, Ms. Granger was fascinated by the sight of the expanded hose. She immediately gathered the rest of the class to witness the accident-turned-science-experiment. Ms. Granger explained, "This is an excellent example of the law of conservation of mass. The water inflating the hose must go somewhere, but since it can't escape, the hose expands." It was a lesson that none of them would forget, and even to this day, Eliza chuckles at the memory of how she turned a simple gardening chore into a science lesson for her whole class. So, instead of experimenting with oneself, which could be dangerous, it's always a good idea to keep safety in mind while working or playing. In this case, the hose demonstrated the inflation concept without harming anyone. Always remember, safety first!
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