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Next, it was Billy’s turn to go.

“We also live on a farm,” said Billy. “We have incubators to help our eggs hatch. One night there was a thunderstorm and lightning knocked out the power to the incubators.”

“So what’s the moral of that story, Billy?” asked the teacher.

“Don’t count your chickens before they hatch,” replied Billy.

Finally, it was little Julie’s turn.

Julie stood up and said, “My dad told me this story. My Aunt Karen is in the Navy and she was on a ship in a foreign country. One day, they got bombed and the ship was hit. Aunt Karen had to evacuate quickly, but all she could grab was a bottle of whiskey and a machine gun. She jumped into a life raft with her fellow sailors, and they paddled to shore. When they got there, Aunt Karen found herself surrounded by 50 enemy soldiers. She drank the whiskey and then used the machine gun to fight her way out. She killed 40 soldiers and the rest ran away.”


The teacher, shocked and not knowing what to say, finally managed to ask, “And what did your dad say was the moral of that story, Julie?”

Julie replied, “The moral is, don’t mess with Aunt Karen when she’s been drinking!”


The entire class burst into laughter, and even the teacher couldn’t help but chuckle at the unexpected twist. Julie sat back down, feeling proud of her story and the reaction it got.

From that day on, “Don’t mess with Aunt Karen when she’s been drinking” became a popular saying in their class, a humorous reminder of the power of a good story with a surprising moral.


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