Once a simpleton’s wife told him to buy some ice.
Two hours later, he didn’t come back. She wanted to know why he didn’t come back and went out to have a look. She saw he was standing in the sun at the gate and watching the ice melting.
“What’s the matter?” She asked him. “Why don’t you bring it in?”
“I saw the ice was wet and I was afraid that you would scold me so I’m running it dry.” The simpleton answered.
Jane comes to see mary after lunch.When they are talking,it begins to rain.Mary looks out of the window and says,“It's raining hard,Jane.You must stay here for a long time.”
“OK.”says Jane.But a few minutes later,she goes out.When she returns,she is all wet through her clothes.
“where have you been?”asks Mary.“I've been home,”says Jane,“I went to tell my mother I must stay at your home because of the rain.”
Little Robert asked mother for two cents. "What did you do with the money I gave you yesterday?"
"I gave it to a poor old woman," he answered.
"You're a good boy," said the mother proudly. "Here are two cents more. But why are you so interested in the old woman?"
"She is the one who sells the candy."
A little panda picks up a pumpkin and wants to take it home.
But the pumpkin is too big. The panda can’t take it home.
Suddenly she sees a bear riding a bike toward her. She watches the bike.
“I know!I have a good idea.” she jumps and shouts happily,“I can roll a pumpkin. It’s like a wheel.”
So she rolls the pumpkin to her home. When her mother sees the big pumpkin, she is surprised, “Oh, my God! How can you carry it home?”
the little panda answers proudly, “I can’t lift it, but I can roll it.”
Her mother smiled and says，“What a clever girl! Use you heard to do something,”
the lion and the fox
the lion once said that he was sick on his death bed. So he asked all the animals to come and listen to his last wishes. the goat came to the lion’s cave. He stood there and listened for a long time. then a sheep went in. Before she came out, a rabbit entered to hear the last wishes of the king of beasts. But soon the lion seemed to recover, and went to the mouth of his cave. He saw a fox waiting outside. “Why don’t you come in?“ asked the lion to the fox. “I beg Your Majesty’s pardon,“ said the fox, “I have seen many animals enter your cave, but none of them come out. Till they come out again, I prefer to wait outside.“
Once upon a time two peasants attempted to pass each other and their sledges became entangled. One cried, “Get out of my way; I must get to the town as quickly as possible;” and the other said, “You get out of my way; I must get home as quickly as possible.”
Thus for a long time they disputed. A third peasant saw it and said, “If you are in such a hurry, then each of you gives way a little.”