【篇一】 Once there was a little ant. She wanted to get married, but she only wanted to marry the strongest creature.
She wanted to marry the strongest creature, but she didn’t know who the strongest creature is. She saw the wind blow houses down. So she thought the wind was the strongest creature. She wanted to marry the wind.
But the wind told the little ant that ht wasn’t the strongest creature. There was a tower in the forest. He had stood there for a thousand years against his force. The tower was the strongest creature.
“Why do you want to marry me?” the wind asked.
“Because you are the strongest creature in the world. You are strongest than the wind.” said the ant.
“You are right. I’m strongest than the wind. But I’m not the strongest creature in the world. Look, how I’m damaged! Can’t you guess who has done this to me? It’s you, ants.”
At last, the little ant married her own kind. Because they were the strongest creatures.
There is a naughty boy in a village. He likes telling lies. One day he wants to make fun of the farmers. So he shouts, “Wolf! Wolf! Wolf is coming!” The kind farmers are working in the field. They hear the shout, and hurry to help the boy. But when get there, the boy says: “There isn’t a wolf. I’m joking. The farers are angry and go back to their field. After a while the biy shouts again, “Wolf! Wolf! Wolf is coming!” And the farmers come and are cheated again. The boy laughs and laughs. They say, “You tell lies. We will not believe you.”
Later a wolf really comes. The boy is very scared. “Wolf! Wolf! Wolf is coming!” the boy shouts and shouts. “Help! Help!” But no one comes. And wolf eats the naughty boy.
A Family Tradition
Two madmen were talking in the mental hospital， and one said， "I have decided to give my sister to you in marriage once we are out of here。"
The other man said， "No， thank you。 It cannot be so。"
He asked， "Why？" The man answered， "Because，according to our family tradition only relatives get married。 We cannot marry an outsider。"
The other man asked， "How come there is such a family custom？" He said， "You see， my grandmother married my grandfather。 My mother married my father， my sister married my brother—in—law， and so on。 How can I marry your sister？"