Sam’s lie did help his family and neighborhood relax and come together, but this seems like a temporary situation. Sooner or later neighbors will stop complimenting Sam’s dad, his mom will become stressed and busy again, and worst of all, everyone will probably find out about his huge lie. I imagine there will be a large amount of consequences, due to the fact that everyone pitched in to help Sam and support his family during their “hardest time”. Personally, I do not think that Sam’s lie outweighs the issue itself because it only benefits himself. Getting free food and sympathy was at the expenses of others. In fact, the good ending where the whole neighborhood is happy and celebrating will not last forever. Sam will have to get punished, and things will return to normal. In conclusion, I do not think Sam’s lie about his father’s death was worth it.
A doctor and a bus driver are both in love with the same woman, an attractive girl named Jenna. The bus driver had to go on a long bus trip that would last a week. Before he left, he gave Jenna seven apples. Why?
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