“I am so angry!” screamed Tommy Leprechaun.
“What are you so angry about?” asked Grand Old Leprechaun, knowing full well what he was so angry about.
“It is St. Patrick’s Day,” said Tommy, trying to control his anger. “I don’t know where my pot of gold is! How can I be a proper leprechaun without a pot of gold?”
“Do you remember what I told you yesterday?” asked Grand Old Leprechaun.
“You mean this is all part of the test to see if I would make a future Grand Old Leprechaun,” said Tommy.
“Yes,” said Grand Old Leprechaun. “I am getting too old and I need to start thinking about who is going to replace me.”
“But it is St. Patrick’s Day,” said Tommy. “Do you really think this is the best day to be testing me?”
“As a matter of fact,” said Grand Old Leprechaun. “Yes, I do feel this is the best day to be testing you. I need to find out how you handle pressure and stressful situations.”
“You already know I don’t handle them well,” said Tommy. “I am going home. I know I have already failed this test. I am not Grand Old Leprechaun material.”
“You can’t give up so quickly,” said Grand Old Leprechaun.
“Where am I going to get a pot of gold so quickly?” asked Tommy.
“You are a leprechaun,” said Grand Old Leprechaun. “Use your leprechaun knowledge.”
“Right,” said Tommy, looking outside and seeing that it had been raining.”
Tommy knew that there would be a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. He went outside and followed the rainbow.
“I knew you could do it,” said Grand Old Leprechaun, proudly. “You are going to make a fine Grand Old Leprechaun when the time comes.”
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