The Adventures of Juan Tamad
Once upon a time in a small village, there lived a boy named Juan. Juan was a very lazy boy. He never liked to help his parents with any work. He would always find ways to avoid doing chores. His parents would often tell him, 'Juan, you need to be more responsible and help us with the work.' But Juan would just shrug and walk away.
One day, Juan's parents brought home a beautiful male chicken with fancy feathers. They named him Chiken. Chiken was a very mischievous chicken. He would often run around the house and peck at things. Juan found Chiken very amusing and would spend hours watching him play in the yard. Chiken, on the other hand, would often look at Juan with a mischievous glint in his eye.
One sunny day, Juan was feeling especially lazy. He decided to take a nap in the yard. Unbeknownst to him, Chiken had been eyeing him for a while. As Juan dozed off, Chiken saw an opportunity and pecked at Juan's feet. Startled, Juan jumped up and ran around the yard, but Chiken chased after him. Before Juan could escape, Chiken caught him and gobbled him up in one big gulp.
From that day on, the villagers would often tell the tale of the lazy Juan who got eaten by a chicken. The story served as a cautionary tale for all the children in the village, teaching them the importance of being responsible and hardworking. As for Chiken, he continued to roam the yard, but he never pecked at anyone again. And the villagers always made sure to stay on his good side.