Once upon a time, there was a fresh-faced blonde prince who had freckles all over his soft face and shiny forehead. This young fellow had a fairy queen as a mom. One day, the fairy needed some feminine napkins and Orange Fanta®, so she sent the lad to the store with a $20 bill in his pocket. Along the way, an imp snuck into the pocket and swiped the currency.
When the prince arrived at the market, he checked his pocket and was astonished to find that it was empty. Distressing at his bad fortune and possessing the knowledge that money was difficult to attain in the kingdom, he returned home expecting to face the wrath of his mother. As he walked, he gnawed his fingernails and picked his nose.
When he arrived at the castle, he approached the throne of the fairy queen with his head bowed. As she looked down on him, he began to cry.
“What is the matter, child?” She asked, compassionately.
The lad stammered: “I lost the $20 bill that you gave me.”
The fairy queen descended from her throne and walked toward the young prince. She placed a single finger under his chin and lifted his head. She smiled delicately at him. “My son ... that was not the only $20 bill in the world.”