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The Story of Lazy Simon

A myth submitted to the site by Henrich De Belchior

Dubai, United Arab Emirates , Philippines

In a very far village, there lived a lazy boy named Simon. His parents would always find it hard for Simon to follow their orders. they thought of a better way for Simon to change his bad habit.

Simon would always make a deal with his friends to do his work, but in the end he would break the deal. " John, could you finish my Math homework and I would treat you for a Borrito " asked Simon. As John started doing the homework , Simon also started eating the Boritto. When John was almost finished with Simon's homework , Simon said" Oops, sorry I did not notice that I had eaten all the Borrito." John said " we are no longer friends"

One day, Simon's parents were going to a relative birthday party. His parents asked Simon to put off the candle before going to sleep. His parents left. Simon did not listen to his parents order, instead he lied down and slept. The wind blew hard and the candle fell down near the curtain. His parents went home and to their surprise, they saw the house started to catch on fire.

Simon's parents hurriedly called the fire department and the firemen started to come. Simon did not even hear and know what was going around. Right on time, the firemen saved him.

His parents were so glad that Simon was still alive. Simon was so scared and realised that he should be more responsible and not lazy.

By Henrich De Belchior
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