Sunday, June 5, 2011

Lunchtime Lessons

Today's blog comes to you, courtesy of McKenzie...

"Yesterday, I was reading a story..  There was this girl, and her parents told her that she couldn't go to a party.  But she really wanted to go, so she snuck out the window and went anyway.  She did all these things she wasn't supposed to, and then she went on a Midnight Drive with a boy.  But he'd been drinking too much beer and he wasn't a very good driver, and they got into a car crash.  And then, on the way to the hospital, she found out that the people in the other car had died, and they were her parents.  And then she died.  So I guess the moral of the story is you should always do what your parents tell you to do.  *pause*  I better eat these grapes, after all."

My work is done for the day, I expect.

2 comments:

  1. That story strikes again. I am sure I read it in high school and then wrote my own poem-version of it and read it for the Say No To Drugs pageant. But, hey, if it works for eating grapes, it has redeemed itself. ROFL!

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