Once upon a time, in a small town called Tintamarre, there lived a young boy named Christopher. Christopher was a kind-hearted and mischievous boy. Every day, he and his best friend, Mary, would go to school and come back with stories to tell about what happened during their day.

One day, Christopher and Mary were walking through the town centre when they heard a loud noise coming from the market square. Intrigued, the two children went to investigate. What they found was a large crowd with everyone making the same loud noise – “Tintamarre!”

Christopher and Mary asked around at the market to find out the source of the noise. They heard different stories from different people – some said that it was something old people did to ward off bad luck, while others simply claimed it was a tradition that had been passed down for generations. No one could give a definite answer, but the crowd of people continued to make their loud noise every day.

One day, Christopher and Mary decided to join in the noise-making. Soon enough, they were chanting “Tintamarre” along with the rest of the crowd. After a while, Christopher got bored of doing the same thing every day, so he asked one of the older people in the crowd what the noise was really for.

The old man told the children that the noise was meant to celebrate life and enjoy its small joys. The old man said that when everyone makes noise together, it unifies them in a way and gives them a sense of community. From then on, Christopher and Mary joined in the noise-making every day, as it made them feel like they were part of something larger than themselves.

The moral of the story is that sometimes it’s important to take a step back from our everyday lives and celebrate the little things. Collectively making noise is a way for us to come together and find solidarity in our joys and struggles. No matter how small the gesture, it can have a profound impact on our lives.

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