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.
“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”,
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
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).
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.