Once upon a time, in the deep forest, there lived a family of coendidae. They were a large family, and the father, mother, and all their children lived in a small house, surrounded by trees and all kinds of vegetation.

The dad, Mr. Coendidae, was the head of the family and took care of the family by working all day in the woods, hunting, gathering berries and roots, and gathering firewood to keep them warm during the cold winter nights. The mom, Mrs. Coendidae, stayed at home taking care of the children, cooking, cleaning, and tending to their needs.

The coendidae children were very active and had a lot of energy. They were always running and playing around the house, in the woods, and making all kinds of mischief. The eldest, an 8-year old girl named Chrysee, was the most mischievous of them all. She loved to play pranks on their parents, siblings, and even the animals living in the woods.

One day, Chrysee decided to take her mischief to a whole new level. She snuck into the forest and made a trap to capture one of the animals, a rabbit. She set the trap and waited for the rabbit to get caught. But instead of the rabbit, a coendidae got caught in the trap. It was her younger brother, a 6-year old boy named Phiphi.

Chrysee was terrified. She had no idea what to do; she had never seen a coendidae in her life, let alone her own brother. She was about to let her brother out of the trap when her father came running. He saw what had happened and was so angry at Chrysee that he scolded her very harshly and told her to never do anything like this again.

He was so disappointed in Chrysee that he grounded her for a week and made her stay at home, helping her mother with all the chores. This way, he wanted to teach her a lesson about responsibility and the importance of being careful with the things she does.

The moral of the story is that we should always be responsible for our actions and be mindful of the consequences of our choices. No matter how much fun something may seem, we should never forget to think of the consequences before we act.

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