” Um, sis? What are giraffes made off?” Baby Karen asked her older, six-year old, sister, Julie.
“Well Karen,” Julie started, but stopped to think, for she wasn’t so sure either, ” Giraffes are made up of greasy brown blood that’s maybe melted!”
“Wait, but why don’t they have blood?”
“Because they are giraffes and they are different from us, humans! Oh yes, and they are salty too.”
Karen looked puzzled, but considered it.
“Why do you ask?” Julie asked Karen curiously.
“Oh, because my teacher gave us homework that’s for a grade!” Karen answered.
The next day, Karen came home crying.