Long ago, there lived a huge monster. The monster looked like a human, but had a large body and much hair. His eye was in the middle of his forehead.
People were really afraid of this monster. That is because the monster ate up people. The people did not go neat the woods where the monster lived.
One day, a young hunter went hunting in the woods where the monster lived. He did not know that the monster lived there. He ran into the monster.
The brave hunter took out his arrow1 and shot2 the monster. The monster did not feel any pain and attacked the hunter. "How come he got shot, but he is alright..." The hunter shot a few more arrows,but the monster was not injured3 at all. The hunter only had one arrow left.
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"This monster has to be burned so it won't ever bother people again." The hunter made a fire and turned the monster into ashes. Suddenly, a strong wind came and the ashes turned into an insect.
The insect attacked the hunter and began sucking5 his blood. The hunter ran away from the insect. The ashes became a mosquito6 that still bothers us on a hot summer day.
A male crab1 met a female crab and asked her to marry him.
She noticed that he was walking straight instead of sideways. Wow, she thought, this crab is really special. I can’t let him get away. So they got married immediately.
The next day she noticed her new husband walking sideways like all the other crabs2, and got upset. "What happened?" she asked. "You used to walk straight b青春期癫痫如何治疗efore we were married."
"Oh, honey," he replied, "I can't drink that much every day."
The hares once gathered together and lamented1 the unhappiness of their lot, exposed as they were to dangers on all sides and lacking the strength and the courage to hold their own.
Men, dogs, birds and beasts of prey2 were all their enemies, and killed and devoured3them daily: and sooner than endure such persecution4 any longer, they one and alldetermined5 to end their miserable6 lives. Thus resolved and desperate, they rushed in a body towards a 北京宣武医院到军海癤攻勊neighbouring pool, intending to drown themselves.
On the bank were sitting a number of frogs, who, when they heard the noise of the hares as they ran, with one accord leaped into the water and hid themselves in the depths.
Then one of the older hares who was wiser than the rest cried out to his companions, "Stop, my friends, take heart; don't let us destroy ourselves after all: see, here are creatures who are afraid of us, and who must, therefore, be still more timid than ourselves."