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One dollar and eighty-seven cents. That was all. And sixty cents of it was in pennies. Pennies saved one and two at a time sa pamamagitan ng bulldozing the grocer and the vegetable man and the butcher until one's cheeks burned with the silent imputation of parsimony that such close dealing implied. Three times Della counted it. One dollar and eighty-seven cents. And the susunod araw would be Christmas.

There was clearly nothing left to do but flop down on the shabby little sopa and howl. So Della did it. Which instigates the moral reflection that life is made up of sobs, sniffles, and smiles, with sniffles predominating....
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Something happened in the lab the other night. I’m not certain what but it was something.

I powered up the device, and there she…I…the other I…was. It was a possibility I hadn’t

considered. sa pamamagitan ng opening a door into a parallel universe, I opened the door to myself in

that same universe.

Some clarification first. My name is Samuel Worth, I am a thirty-four-year-old physicist

that likes doing stupid experiments in my garage. I go sa pamamagitan ng Sam. Her name is Samantha

Worth, a thirty-four-year-old physicist that likes doing stupid experiments in her

garage…she goes sa pamamagitan ng Sam.

One difference at our conception,...
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Wealthy Gorilla
Wealthy Gorilla
Wealthy Gorilla
TOP LISTSThe 10 Best Short Moral Stories With Valuable LessonsDan WesternPublished 2 months agoon Jun 19, 2022By Dan WesternThe 10 Best Short Moral Stories With Valuable Lessons
Stories that have morals and messages behind them are always powerful. In fact, it’s crazy just how powerful a 200 word story can be.

Our last artikulo of short stories became so popular, that we decided to create another list, in which every story has a simple moral behind it.

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This nearly wordless book opens with a young boy in a boarding school who eats separately at hapunan and lies awake while his peers sleep. After receiving an invitation with the words “the honor of your presence is requested,” the boy looks out the window at a full moon, trying to decide if he will accept the invitation or not. Who could the invitation be from? What kind of adventure awaits? Should he follow the enclosed map? The boy exits the window and takes off on his bike under the moonlight. The gouache and colored pencil illustrations capture the mystery of nighttime as the boy travels across the countryside. The color palette changes as he meets new mga kaibigan and enjoys a party at his destination. The story unfolds much like a dream, allowing children to bring their imaginations to the narrative as they wonder what adventures they might have on a night out.
posted by siddharth1e
Hi. I’m Dino, the family dog. I help keep people safe, especially on the
roads. Take a look at my diary to see what I did last week.
Some children really don’t think. Our neighbour’s boy ran in front of a
car to get his ball. The car almost hit him. I saved him though.
Remember, always look and listen.
Walking on the kalye at night can be very dangerous, especially if you wear dark clothes. Car drivers
can’t see you very well, just like these two I had to take home. Luckily I never go out without my
reflective dyaket and collar. Remember, BE SEEN!
People can get very angry...
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posted by Starwarschick18
Padmé Amidala was sitting in the living room of her spacious apartment complex waiting desperately for word form her faithful droid C-3PO on when Captain Tyhpo's speeder was coming.

She had just gotten the information a few hours into that morning that the two bayani of the Clone Wars Obi-wan and Anakin had rescued Chancellor Palpatine and were coming back to Coruscant that very evening.

Ever since she had gotten this information Padmé hadn't moved form her spot on her living room sofa expect when it was absolutely necessary.

She needed time to think so she had had ibingiay her handmaidens the...
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