There once was a kid named Caspa and this poor child had been stuck to a magic carpet from when he was inside his mum’s tummy. This was an unlikely disease. That is, one in 14 billion people were affected by it. Some called him lucky, others felt sorry for him.
Caspa had never eaten any real food before, only wool, but then one day he decided to try an apple. He chose to steal one from the friendly family that lived next door to them because his family were poor and had none.
Caspa whooshed into the house and grabbed an apple from their basket. He opened his mouth and ate it but little did he know, it would be the last thing he would eat. He did not know that he couldn’t swallow an apple core whole, without chewing, so he choked.