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FATHER WILL BE ANGRY


The story is told of a young boy was driving a big hayrack down the road and it turned over right in front of a farmer's house. The farmer came out and saw the young boy crying and said, "Son, don't worry about this, we can fix it. Right now dinner's ready. Why don't you come in and eat with us and then I'll help you put the hay back on the rack."


The boy said, "No, I can't. My father is going to be very angry with me."


The farmer said, "Now don't argue, just come in and have some lunch and you'll feel better."


The boy said, "I'm just afraid my father is going to be very angry with me."


The farmer and the young boy went inside and had dinner. Afterwards, as they walked outside to the hayrack, the farmer said, "Well, don't you feel better now?"


The boy said, "Yes, but I just know that my father will be very angry with me."


The farmer said, "Nonsense. Where is your father anyway?"


The boy said, "He's under that pile of hay."

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