The	  Lile	  Red	  Hen	            By:	  Ricky	  Garcia	  
 A	  lile	  red	  hen	  once	  found	  a	  grain	  of	  wheat.	  “Who	  will	  help	  me	  plant	  this	  grain	  of	  whe...
 “Goa	  roll”,	  exclaims	  the	  armadillo.	  	   	  “I,	  um…have,	  umm,	  stuff,	  yeah,	  stuff	  to	  do	  for…um,	  s...
says	  the	  hamster	  dumbly.	  So	  she	  did	  it	  herself	  (with	  some	  help	  from	  the	  rat	  from	  WalMart	 ...
put	  sodas	  in	  the	  cooler.	  She	  asked,	  and	  was	  replied,	  	     	  “Not	  I”,	  sasses	  the	  peacock.	   ...
She	  asked	  for	  help,	  and	  their	  answers	  were	  the	  same.	     	  “Not	  I”,	  says	  the	  peacock.	     	  ...
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  1. 1. The  Lile  Red  Hen   By:  Ricky  Garcia  
  2. 2.  A  lile  red  hen  once  found  a  grain  of  wheat.  “Who  will  help  me  plant  this  grain  of  wheat?”  she  asks.    “Not  I”,  says  the   peacock.      “How  about  no?”  interrogates  the  lizard.      “I  prefer  yes”,  answers  the  hen.      “It  was  a  rhetorical  quesJon”,  informs  the  lizard,  aggravated.  
  3. 3.  “Goa  roll”,  exclaims  the  armadillo.      “I,  um…have,  umm,  stuff,  yeah,  stuff  to  do  for…um,  stuff”,  says  the  hamster.    So  the  hen  did  it  herself.  The  next  morning,  she  said,  “Who  will  help  me  grind  this  wheat?”    “Not  I”,  sasses  the  peacock.    “Yeah  right”,  says  the  lizard.    “Yay”,  exclaims  the  hen.    “I  was  being  sarcasJc”,  says  the  lizard.    “I’m  going  bowling”,  energeJcally  says  the  armadillo.    “My…um…mom…is…um…calling…um…me…like-­‐now”,  
  4. 4. says  the  hamster  dumbly.  So  she  did  it  herself  (with  some  help  from  the  rat  from  WalMart  of  course).  Then  she  had  to  bake  it.  She  asked  and  only  heard  this.    “Not  I”,  barks  the  peacock.    “Let  me  think-­‐”,  says  the  lizard,  unfinished.      “Is  it  yes?”  asks  the  hen  very  loudly.    “I  was  going  to  say  no”,  says  the  lizard.    “I  got  self-­‐top-­‐spinning  championships”,  says  the  armadillo,  hasJly.    “I…uh…have…my…um…interview  to…  get  a  job  at…uh…work”,  lies  the  hamster  (horribly  obvious,  of  course,  like  in  all  of  his  other  lines).  So  the  hen  baked  it  into  Pizza  crust  herself.  Then  she  needed  to  
  5. 5. put  sodas  in  the  cooler.  She  asked,  and  was  replied,      “Not  I”,  sasses  the  peacock.    “What  did  Luke  say  to  Vader?”,  asks  the  lizard.    “Um…yes?”,  replies  the  hen,  who  had  no  knowledge  of  Star  Wars.    “He  said  no”,  says  the  lizard,  who  had  and  knew  everything  Star  Wars  (and  also  watched  all  six  movies  like  seventy-­‐six  Jmes).    “I  goa  subsJtute  a  soccer  ball”,  replies  the  armadillo.    “I…got…um…exams…to  get  a  job  as  a…um…teacher”,  says  the  hamster.  So  she  did.  The  hen  then  had  to  install  laser  lights  and  a  surround  sound  system  (you’ll  see  where  this  is  going  soon).  
  6. 6. She  asked  for  help,  and  their  answers  were  the  same.    “Not  I”,  says  the  peacock.    “Do  I  look  like  a  mechanic?”,  asks  the  lizard.    “Somewhat,  yes”,  answers  the  hen.  At  this,  the  lizard  exploded.    “NO!  I’m  not  a  mechanic,  I  think  no,    Luke  said  no,  I  say  no,  and  when  I  say  yeah  right,  I  mean  NO!”    “ That  was  harsh  and  made  me  wanna  curl  up  in  a  ball  in  fear”,  says  the  armadillo.    “I…uh…have  to  go”,  says  the  hamster.  Then  the  hen  was  done.  She  asked  if  they  wanted  to  party,  and  they  all  said  yes,  and  she  agreed.  

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