An employee at the zoo, Sue who was new, knew that at the birdhouse, Coocoo, an old gnu, knew there was a new gnu at the zoo. Coocoo, the old gnu, knew a new gnu was better than an old gnu. The new gnu, Fufu, knew what every gnu knew, old or new, an old gnu would never accept a new gnu. No one knew what to do about the old and new gnus.
A visitor, who claimed to have been hatched from an egg himself, solved the entire problem. He transformed Coocoo, the old gnu, into a new gnu like Fufu. So now there were two new gnus at the zoo. And as everyone knew, new gnus are better than no gnus. But then again no gnus is good gnus.
Anyway the amazing thing is that the stranger did it with just four words: “Knew gnu, new nu.” When asked his name he answered “Mork from Ork” as he moonwalked away. CooCoo and Fufu, the now two new gnus, knew all was well. The following morning a new emu was delivered to the zoo. Calling Mork, calling Mork.
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