Once upon a time there was a little boy who sold peanuts to his friends. Now the little boy's peanuts were not especially good, but his friends bought them because they forgot to stop at the corner store, and because he was a nice little boy even if he did forget to wash behind his ears.
But a time came when the little boy's friends grew tired of his kind of peanuts. And he was sorry because he couldn't get any more pin money and because a lot of peanuts were left over. So he scratched his head; and then he ran and asked the teacher to excuse him 'cause held eaten some of his peanuts and felt funny. And when he was gone, the teacher told all the little boy's friends that they mustn't buy any more of his peanuts because there was something bad in them.
And then the little boy sold lots and lots of peanuts.
Once upon a time there was the Harvard Lampoon.