How the Elephant learned how to use his trunk

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  • How The Elephant Learned To Use His Trunk
  • I wish I knew how to use my trunk.
  • Codie gets teased because he was never taught how to use his trunk.
  • I was never taught how. I guess my parents just didn't want to teach me.
  • Wow. You don't know how to use your trunk? That's so lame, I learned in Kindergarten.
  • Codie wants someone to help him to use his trunk.
  • I wish someone would help me learn to use my trunk, my parents won't help me.
  • Okay. I am going to do this! Since nobody is going to help me.
  • codie doesn't know how to use his trunk to drink water. He wants to learn but none of the animals will help him.
  • Codie is not going to give up.
  • Codie tries to stand up for himself, but he very shy and doesn't enjoy talking to the mean elephants.
  • Codie finally figures out how to use his trunk.
  • Yay! I figured it out! Now the other elephants will be my friends!
  • Codie decides that he is going to practice, day and night to tech HIMSELF how to use his trunk.
  • Codie now has friends because he learned to use his trunk.
  • Wow, you finally learned to use your trunk! Good job. Do you wanna be friends?
  • Codie works day and night and decides that if he tries really hard, there's a good chance he can teach himself.
  • Codie is so happy that he learned to use his trunk. Now the animals will respect him.
  • The moral to this story is that if you have perseverance and believe in yourself, you can do anything.
  • Sure! lets go to the water hole!
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