A Lovable Easter

“What is this?” Lovable Viking asked himself. “This field is full of chocolate eggs!”

“There are a lot of them,” said Benjamin, picking them up and stuffing his pockets with them.

“I sure am glad we decided to raid this village,” said Franklin.

Benjamin and Franklin are Lovable Viking’s crew members. They go from village to village raiding the riches from the residents. Lovable Viking is not like all other vikings. He will not let any of his crew harm any women or children.

While Benjamin and Franklin stuffed their pockets, Lovable Viking noticed a rabbit a few feet ahead. The rabbit was carrying a basket with him.

“What do you have in your basket?” asked Lovable Viking as he caught up to the rabbit.

“These are Easter eggs,” said the rabbit.

“Easter eggs?” asked Lovable Viking. “I have never heard of such a thing.”

“I am the Easter Bunny,” said the rabbit. “I deliver Easter eggs to the fields of villages for the children.”

“Did you say children?” asked Lovable Viking.

“Yes,” said Easter Bunny. “I did. Why?”

“Well,” said Lovable Viking, pointing to Benjamin and Franklin. “My crew have been picking them up and stuffing their pockets with them.”

“Oh dear,” said Easter Bunny. “Those are for the children.”

Lovable Viking went over to Benjamin and Franklin. He told them the chocolate was for the children of the village. They knew they needed to stop immediately and put the eggs back. They knew they would be fired if they did anything to harm the children.

“Thank you,” said Easter Bunny. “The children will be very happy.”

Easter Bunny was very impressed by the actions of the Vikings. He asked what village they were from and he promised he would make sure the children of their village would get Easter eggs.

“Thank you,” said Lovable Viking.

“Happy Easter,” said Easter Bunny.


Moral of this Story:

  • It is good not to harm women and children.
  • Example: Lovable Viking’s crew members were picking up chocolate they found in a field. They put it back once they found it was for the children for Easter.

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