"Give"

Jonah West

Mary the rabbit and Alex the pig went to a convenience station on the way to a musical, and while they were there Mary bought a million dollar scratch ticket. "Mary," Alex said, "You know those never win. You're just a drop in the lottery scam ocean." "Well," Mary said, "You have no right to patronize me is such a way, or in your words, its none of your business." As Mary sketched off the card she got one cherry. "Not that bad," thought Mary, but when she got another cherry, she squealed with delight. "Oh my gosh, two cherries in a row! Lets see if the next one is one too." "Good luck," said Alex sarcastically. The third scratch was a cherry! Mary had won one hundred thousand dollars! Alex and Mary jumped up and down with delight. "Oh my gosh oh my gosh," they shouted! "What are you going to do with the money Mary," Alex asked? "I am going to give the money to the poor," Mary said. "Why would you do that," Alex asked? "I thought rabbits weren't really the sharing type, you know, with Peter rabbit, and..." "I know that story, stupid" Mary exclaimed! "Alex," Mary said, "Just remember this: no matter what situation you're in, it's always better to give than to get."

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Moral: It Is Always Better to Give, than to Get

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Characters: Alex, the pig, and Mary, the rabbit