Story Telling in the Class不不不

One day at the end of class, a teacher Mr. Ofoka asked the whole class to go
home and think of a story and then conclude
the moral of that story.

The following day Mr. Ofoka came
into the class and asked for the first volunteer
to tell their story.

Little Suzy raises her hand and was
asked to go
ahead. “My dad owns a farm and
every Sunday we load
the chicken eggs on the truck and
drive into town
to sell them at the market. Well,
one Sunday we
hit a big bump and all the eggs
flew out of the
basket and onto the road.”
Then Mr. Afoka asked for the
moral lesson of the
story. Suzy replied, “Don’t keep all
your eggs in one
basket.”

Next is little Lucy. “Well my dad
owns a farm too and every
weekend we take the chicken
eggs and put them
in the incubator. Last weekend
only 8 of the 12
eggs hatched.”
Mr. Afoka also asked for the moral
lesson of the
story. Lucy replied “Don’t count
your eggs before
they’re hatched.”

The last person was little johnny.
Johnny started like this: “My uncle
Tedra
fought in the Vietnam war; his
plane was shot down over enemy
territory. He
jumped out before it crashed with
only a case of
beer, a machine gun and a
machete. On the way
down he drank the case of beer.
Unfortunately,
he landed right in the middle of
100 Vietnamese soldiers. He shot
70 with
his machine gun, but ran
out of bullets, so he pulled out his
machete and
killed 20 more. The blade of his
machete broke,
so he killed the last ten with his
bare hands”.
Mr. Afoka looked at johnny in
shock and asked if
there is possibly any moral lesson
to his story.
Johnny replied, “Don’t Bleep with
uncle Tedra when he’s
been drinking!”

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