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Once upon a time there was an old woman.
She lived in a cottage with her son.
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His name was Lazy.
Every day the woman worked very hard spinning wool.
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And every day her son sat by the fireplace and did nothing.
Which is why he was called Lazybones.
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One day his mother got tired of this and said,
- You have to find a job.
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- I am tired of you doing nothing all day.
Lazy went to a farmer, who lived nearby.
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He worked for him for one day.
When he finished, the farmer gave him a penny.
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Lazy had never had money before.
On his way home he lost the penny in the stream.
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- You silly boy, said his mother.
- You should have put it in your pocket.
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- I will do that next time, Lazy said.
Next day Lazy worked for another farmer.
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He lived on the other side of the hill.
When he finished the farmer gave him a pitcher of milk.
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Lazy remember what his mother had said.
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He tried to put the pitcher in his pocket.
Of course he spilt all the milk.
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When he got home the pitcher was empty.
- What? said his mother.
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- You should have carried it on you head.
- I will do that next time, Lazy said.
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Next day Lazy worked for the same farmer.
He got some butter for his work.
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Lazy remembered what his mother had said.
He put the butter on his head and went home.
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But the butter melted and ran down the side of his face.
Lazy only got a dirty face for his work.
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- You fool, said his mother.
- You should have wrapped the butter in some green leaves.
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- I will do that next time, Lazy said.
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Next day Lazy got a cat for his work.
Lazy tried to wrap it in green leaves.
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But the cat did not like that.
So it ran away.
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Lazy came home with scratched fingers.
- You fool, said his mother.
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- You should have tied a piece of string
around its neck.
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- Then you could have pulled it home.
- I will do that next time, Lazy said.
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On his way home Lazy lost a penny in the stream.
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Lazybones drank the milk from the pitcher.
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He put the butter on top of his head and went home.
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Next day Lazy got a cat for his work.
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Lazy pulled the cat home.
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Next day Lazy got a juicy ham for his work.
Lazy remembered what his mother had said.
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He tied a piece of string around it.
Then he pulled it home.
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The juicy ham was ruined.
- You fool, said his mother.
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- You should have carried it on your shoulders.
- I will do that next time, Lazy said.
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Next day Lazy got a mule for his work.
He put it on his shoulders. Then he went home.
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On the way Lazy passed a beautiful house.
A rich man lived here with his beautiful daughter.
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But the beautiful girl was deaf and dumb.
The only thing that could cure her was if she laughed.
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That was what the doctor had said.
But there was nothing that could make her laugh.
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That afternoon the girl sat by the window.
She was looking out the window and was very sad.
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Suddenly she saw something strange.
She had never seen anything like it.
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Lazy was carrying a mule on his shoulders.
The poor animal lay there with its legs in the air.
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The mule screamed and kicked violently.
Lazy was having trouble holding it.
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The girl looked. She looked again.
Then she started to laugh.
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- Dad, shouted the girl.
- Dad come and see!
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- My girl, said the old man.
- Is that your voice?
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- Yes, shouted the girl and laughed.
- Come and see!
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The girl was cured. The old man was very happy.
He ran out into the road.
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The man shouted to Lazy,
- Put the mule down.
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You have given my daughter her sight and hearing back.
You are going to be her husband.
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Lazy was married to his daughter.
And he was never called Lazybones again.
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They moved into a fine new house.
Lazy’s mother moved in with them.
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The old man often came and visited them.
And they all lived happily ever after.
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The juicy ham was ruined.
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Lazy was carrying a mule on his shoulders.
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The girl started to laugh.
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Lazy sailed away on a ship.
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Lazy was married to the rich man´s daughter.
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