Chocolate Touch

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Chocolate Touch

John Midas found a funny old coin which he traded at a candy store for a big box of candy. To his great disappointment there was only one piece of chocolate. After that one piece, everything tasted and turned to chocolate. Everything from toothpaste, his trumpet, pencil, and even his mother tasted like chocolate. He went back to the candy store to solve his problem. The man at the store said, "Chocolate is just an outward sign of selfeshness." Knowing that John had learned his lesson, the man "fixed" everything but polished the coin to be ready for the next "selfish person."

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