Once upon a time, there was a young boy by the name of Fred. Fred was a mischievous child who was always up to no good. He would often get into trouble, or do things that were inappropriate for his age.

One day, Fred was playing outside with his friends when he had an idea. He decided to sneak into the neighbor’s backyard and grab some of their fresh fruit from their trees. So, he snuck around to the other side of the fence and planted himself underneath one of the trees.

He started to reach for the fruit, but suddenly he heard a voice behind him. It was the neighbor! Fred was startled, but he quickly jumped to his feet and ran. He was so scared as he ran away, only stopping when he was sure he had gotten away.

When Fred got home, he was feeling so guilty about what he had done. He knew it was wrong and he hadn’t even thought about the consequences of his actions. He was also afraid to tell his parents what had happened, but eventually he mustered up the courage and confessed.

His parents were so disappointed in him, not just because of what he had done, but because he didn’t think about the repercussions of his actions. They lectured him about how he should always think before he acts. If he had thought about the consequences, then he wouldn’t have done it.

From that day on, Fred learned his lesson. He was careful to always think before he acted so that he didn’t make the same mistake again. He made sure to always consider the consequences of his actions, no matter how tempting something may be.

Moral of the story: Think before you act. Always consider the consequences of your actions, no matter how tempting they may be.

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