Ten Things I Learned from Pinocchio

18th February, 2011 - Posted by DisAnim - Comments Off on Ten Things I Learned from Pinocchio

1. If you leave your window open at night, a fairy might enter your house.
2. Never give a cat a mallet—or a cigarette and alcohol.
3. Telling lies may make your nose grow longer, but telling enough lies will make eggs appear out of thin air. This is useful to know if you are starving.
4. Putting rocks in your pants is the best way to go diving.
5. If somebody sells you away to a puppeteer, it shouldn’t surprise you when they also try to sell you to a donkey rustler.
6. If you don’t have a conscience, a talking cricket will do in a pinch.
7. If you start to turn into a donkey because you’ve been naughty, running away will stop the consequences of your actions from occurring.
8. If you’re somebody’s conscience and they end up getting in trouble because you slept in, don’t go get someone that can actually stop the trouble (that would be snitching, after all).
9. Smoking and drinking will turn you into a donkey.
10. If you lose someone, go to the authorities. Taking matters into your own hands might seem like a good idea, but at an extreme you might end up in a whale’s belly.

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