Once upon a time, there was a brown dog and some white chickens that lived on a farm in Alaska. There were all friends but didn’t get along so very well. The dog and the chickens would gang up on each other. The dog was on one side and the chickens on the other. They would get in big arguments one day and the next day they would be hanging out together.
One day, the dog was digging a hole in the field. “What are you doing?”, one of the chickens asked the dog. “I’m digging a hole to get to the center of the Earth”, replied the brown dog. The chicken knew better than the dog. The chicken knew that it wasn’t possible to get to the center of the Earth and that if the dog dug a deep hole, he wouldn’t be able to get out of it. The chicken warned the dog that if he dug too deep of a hole, then he would trap himself and he wouldn’t be able to get out. The dog didn’t even bother to look up at the chicken. He kept digging. The chicken ran back and got his other chicken friends. By the time they got back to the digging dog, the dog was down in a very deep hole. They all yelled to the dog to stop, that he wouldn’t be able to get out of the hole. Once again, he didn’t listen.
It grew dark and the dog was still digging. The chickens went to sleep in the barn. Pretty soon, they heard a loud bark. All the chickens ran to where the dog was digging. They looked down a very deep hole and saw the dog, trapped. They got a rope and helped the dog out. The dog learned a very important lesson that day.
Moral: The moral of the story is to listen to your friends. You may think you know everything but you don’t. Learn to take other’s advice.