There once lived a baker who made the tastiest gingerbread-person cookies that the town had ever known. One day, as they were pressing their cookie-cutter down on the batter, it broke into pieces, almost as if the dough disobeyed! It was Christmas eve and the whole town eagerly awaited their cookies. The skeptical baker, fully convinced it would not get sold, decided to bake without the mould.
Some cookies turned out with elongated heads, three hands, some with way too little dough and some with extra choco chip cookies hidden inside.
They reluctantly opened the shop and noticed the long line of hungry customers, full of Christmas cheer, waiting outside. To their pleasant surprise, the cookies sold out in minutes and orders were placed for more! It soon dawned on them that it was never about the way the cookies looked, but what it was made of, that made it so sought after.