The Mountain in Labor

The Mountain in Labor
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History Fables and Myth project

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  • Hey guys! Check out this weirdo mountain!
  • Woah! That's so weird and cool!
  • *tremble tremble* *groan groan*
  • This is so exciting!
  • Hey guys,  is it smart to be standing near a mountain that may erupt and kill us all?
  • I can't wait to see what sort of phenomenon will emerge!
  • *tremble tremble tremble* *groan groan groan*
  • What could be happening? 
  • Is the world ending?
  • Is it going to erupt?
  • Hey guys,  we should probably get away from the mountain! We may all die!
  • *TREMBLE TREMBLE TREMBLE* *GROAN GROAN GROAN*
  • Oh my goodness!
  • Wow! What's going to happen?!?
  • It might be a volcano or something!!
  • One day, a young Greek maiden noticed a mountain groaning and trembling, as if it was about to burst. She called over a few friends to see it.
  • Aww, how cute!!
  • *GGRRROOOAAANNN* *POP!*
  • Sup, my name's Jerry
  • Soon, a large crowd gathered around the mountain, speculating what could be happening.
  • Yay! We're all safe!
  • WE ARE SO    DISAPPOINTED!!
  • *grumble grumble*
  • What the heck? It's just a mouse!
  • Aww! I was expecting a terrible thing to happen!
  • After some time, the mountain reached the absolute peak of its activity, trembling and screaming constantly. The townspeople watched in awe, all impatiently awaiting some terrible tragedy.
  • They went near a mountain that seemed to be hosting a great tragedy, and were disappointed when they turned out safe.
  • Hello, Readers! My name is Common Sense. During this blown-up spectacle, the large crowd of people entirely ignored me.
  • The strange mountain gave one last huuuuuge groan. and then POP! Out came a small gray mouse named Jerry.
  • The crowd left, disappointed that a mouse had emerged instead of something great that may have killed them.
  • *grumble* Let's go, son.
  • After the crowd's departure, Common Sense stepped forwards to offer an explanation and a few words of wisdom.
  • Overall, I'd say that the moral of the story is to not make a huge deal out of nothing, and to listen to your own Common Sense.
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