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Arach was a sprightly young spider. He loved to romp and play in the old attic where he lived with his parents and siblings. Mama Spidey was a very indulgent mother. She let her kids do pretty much what they liked. They were relatively free to explore all the smelly nooks and crevices of the old home. The basement was the only space that was completely off-limits. The dank basement was home to the dreaded Ms. Black Widow, the “spider eater.” Arach and his siblings had heard numerous stories about the atrocities the spider eater had committed on their cousins and relatives. They were very careful, therefore, to stay away from her sharp eyes.
One day, however, while playing hopscotch, Arach slipped through the crevices of the wooden floor and fell down three stories. He was very scared that he would surely crack his bones when he landed on the hard floor. Imagine his surprise when he found his fall being broken by a soft shiny safety net. At first he was thankful that these silken yarns had broken his fall. Then, as he looked around his new surroundings he grew very alarmed. He realized that he was in the basement, and, unfortunately, was laying smack dab in the middle of the Black Widow’s newest web. He now had to come up with a plan to save himself from sure death…
As he himself was a spider he managed to throw web and stick it on the wooden top from where he had fallen as he was small he was unable to reach there but he tried and succeeded and was saved that's why we say practise makes a man perfect.
Ho Zong Hua
Rody was so fat that he was a size of a basketball but he could not get up so he thought he may roll out when he was asleep and so he did. The next day hunter could not eat him.
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