1. Once the mouse noticed that the owner of the farm has set a trap. She told about this chicken, sheep and cows. But they said, "The Mousetrap - it's your problem to us, it has nothing to do!»
Later in the trap caught a snake - and bit the farmer's wife. Trying to cure it, his wife cooked chicken soup. Then he slaughtered a sheep to feed everyone who came to visit the sick. Finally, they killed a cow, to adequately feed the guests at the funeral.
And all this time, the mouse watched the scene through a hole in the wall and thought about the things that no one have nothing to do!
Moral of the story: If you have something does not apply directly, I do not think that this is not going to hit you over the head
2. An eagle was sitting on a tree resting, doing nothing.
A small rabbit saw the eagle and asked:
- "Can I also sit like you and do nothing?»
- "Sure, why not" - he replied.
Rabbit sat down under a tree and began to relax. All of a sudden, a fox appeared, jumped on the rabbit and ate it.
Moral of the story: To sit and do nothing, you must be sitting very, very high.
3. The farm became ill horse.
- If you feel it in the morning, I had euthanized.
In the morning the horse stood up. Nearby lay a ram:
- Come on, get up, or you will die!
The horse stood up.
- It's a miracle! It is necessary to celebrate! On this occasion, we will slaughter a sheep!
Moral of the story: Never climb into your own business (but do not forget about the history of a mousetrap).
4. Three men moved a stone. One of them asked: - What are you doing?
He wiped the sweat from his forehead and said: - Gorbachev.
We went to the second and asked: - And what are you doing?
He rolled up his sleeves and said briskly: - earn money.
We asked the third: - What are you doing?
He looked up and said: - The cathedral was built.
Moral: Life is full of meaning only one who pursues great goal.
5. The driver drives up in a city famous millionaire. One pays exactly counter.
- Yesterday I picked up your son, so he told me $ 100 left over for tea.
- Well, what you want: his father - a millionaire, and I - an orphan.
Moral of the story: only one who has made his money, really know its value.