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Old 03-03-2011, 12:31 PM   #1
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moral of a story or two

A 3rd grade teacher asked her class to think of a life experience and then give a moral to their personal story.

Little Mary says;My parents are chicken farmers and the hens layed 30 eggs. We put the eggs in a basket to take them to the market and we dropped them and they all broke.

The teacher asks so what's the moral of your story, Mary?
Mary says, Don't put all your eggs in one basket.
Very good Mary says the teacher.

Now Sally tells her story .
My Mom and Dad are chicken farmers too.
But they raise baby chicks.
Our hens layed 30 eggs but only 15 hatched.
The teacher says, What's the moral of your story sally?
Sally replies Don't count Your chickens before they hatch.
Very good Sally.

Now dirty Johnny is ready with his story.
********** SEAJAY CANNOT READ THIS PART**********

My Dad is a Marine over in Afghanistan and he was out on patrol . All he had was his M-16 a bayonet and a bottle of Jack Daniels.

He came upon a group of insurgents.
Before he engaged he drank the bottle of Jack.

Then he shot half of them with his M-16 stabbed all but one with the bayonet then broke the empty bottle of Jack and stabbed the last one with the broken bottle!!!

The teacher says Boy Johnny I am really impressed with your story but what could possibly be the moral?

Dirty Johnny replies "Don't **** with A Marine when He's been Drinking"!!!

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