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How the Hyena got its Laugh

A myth submitted to the site by Max

Savannah, Kenya

One day, there was a hyena called Alfie, he lived in the graaslands of Africa where Leom the cheetah also lived.

One day, Leom passed Alfie and then they stopped, if you think they're going to ambush each other, then your wrong. Actually Leom told Alfie a joke.
"Why did the kudu cross the road?"
"To get eaten by a crocodile".

Throughout the day Leom kept telling Alfie loads of jokes. And guess what, Alfie couldn't hold it in. So he laughed, Ha!, Ha!, Ha!, Ha! That's so funny. So that's how hyenas got their laugh.

By Max
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Latest comments:
Name: Alden 18th March 2018
Name: Millie 3rd February 2017
That wasn\'t a very funny story
Name: Callycool_p 23rd October 2016
HIIII Max. sorry, but your story needs punctuation and needs to be longer... maybe have another try ?
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