A long, long time ago a cat named Nick from Southeast Asia was living in the woods. He was impoverished. Nick didn’t have any family, he only had a cellular phone and a hunting hat. Nick found a poster laying next to a boulder, it read “Go to slatetrends.com”. Nick read an article called “The first timers guide to setting up a productive home office”. Suddenly a golden Maserati filled with a family of bunnies found Nick. The father, Mr. Bun Bun told him that since he was the only animal who had read “The first timers guide to setting up a productive home office” on slatetrends.com, his reward was one hundred million dollars. That is how Nick the Burmese cat became rich. The moral of this story is: Being the only one who cares about something can make you the most important.
Daughter think. “Do I want my Kindle?”
If no, don’t do anything.
- Is Rico the cat taken care of?
- Do I have drinks upstairs?
- Did I show my parent ALL paperwork from my book bag?
- Did I have a whole cup of drink recently?
IF YOU DID NOT DO EVERYTHING, DON’T ASK FOR YOUR KINDLE