Presentation on theme: "The Guard Who Yelled Tomb Raider By Ian Sterner. A man named Djadao started out as a poor chef for a pharoh. That rich man got bored of the same foods."— Presentation transcript:
A man named Djadao started out as a poor chef for a pharoh. That rich man got bored of the same foods and asked for something that would please his taste buds and make him feel good.
That night, Djadao stayed up all night trying and trying to create a new and wonderful recipe. Finally he fell asleep, knocking down all of his creations into one. It dried while he slept. He created chocolate, but he didn’t know it yet.
The morning of the tasting, the chef had nothing to show. The guards were sent to his house to search for food.
The guards looked and looked until they found the dried mixture. When they took it to the king the king called to his taste tester. He tasted it and danced crazily around the room because of the delicious taste.
When he stopped he could not describe the taste. The pharaoh then tasted it and loved it! He fell in love with it. He instantly became the best of friends with Djadao. MMMMM!
Every time he could, he asked him for more. After many, many years of asking him for the substance something went wrong in the ingredients.
The pharaoh got sick and died the next day. In Djadao’s anger, he burned the recipe and they, have been lost ever since modern day chocolate was made.
Since Djadao was the pharaoh’s best friend, he became the guard for his tomb.
When Djadao was lonely, he would yell, “TOMB RAIDER!!” He would dashed off into the tomb with other guards following him, but as always they found him sitting there next to the sarcophagus having conversation with the dead body.
One day, real tomb robbers came while he was asleep. Djadao just woke up and saw them out of the corner of his eye. He yelled “Tomb Robber!” But this time no guards followed.
He ran after them but he was alone. They over powered him and tied him up in the empty tomb. The robbers got away. Suddenly, an avalanche of rocks fell in front of the tomb’s entrance, and Djadao was never seen again.
The Moral Is……. NO ONE BELIEVES A LIAR EVEN IF HE IS TELLING THE TRUTH!!