Hey...Do you want to hear a story from me. I'm so sure that everyone does love trulyidea's amazing story telling sessions. Indeed a very good one...haha. So, what are we still waiting for? Let's go to our story....yeepeeeee!!
One upon a time there was a little old woman who loved to bake. She made a gingerbread boy and put him in the oven but, when she heard sounds coming from inside the oven, she opened the door. The gingerbread boy jumped out of the oven and ran out of the door
As the gingerbread boy ran down the road he met a cow and then a horse and then a fox. He knew they wanted to gobble him up, so he ran faster. They all chased him down the road, but no one was as fast as the gingerbread boy.
After a while, the gingerbread boy came to a river and he had to stop -everyone know cookies can't swim! Soon the fox got to the river." Jump on my tail. I'll get you safety across," he said. So the gingerbread boy hopped onto the fox's tail and off they went.
When they got to the middle of the river the fox said, "You're to heavy for my tail. Jump onto my back." So the gingerbread boy did. After a few minutes, the fox said, "You'll get wet riding on my back. Climb onto my nose where you can stay nice and dry." So the gingerbread boy did. As soon as the reached the riverbank, the fox tossed his head, opened his mouth, and -GULP- that was the end of the gingerbread boy. The end......
Hey guys, be careful with your steps. Don't be like the the gingerbread boy. Thinking is the best way in such situation.ok??se u later...bye