Once upon a time, there was a young boy named Jack who loved to solve crossword puzzles. His favorite puzzle was the New York Times Sunday crossword, and he always looked forward to tackling the clues with his trusty pencil by his side.
One sunny Sunday morning, Jack sat down with his coffee and newspaper and began to solve the puzzle. As he scanned the clues, he came across one that stumped him: “Internet pioneer with a purple logo.”
Just as he was about to give up, he heard a faint knocking on his front door. Curious, he got up to see who it might be. As he opened the door, he was surprised to see a small purple creature standing on his doorstep. The creature had big, round eyes and a mischievous grin on its face.
“I’m a YAHOO!” exclaimed the creature. “And I couldn’t help but overhear your crossword puzzle troubles. I think I can help!”
Jack was skeptical at first, but he decided to give the YAHOO a chance. The creature sat down beside him and began to brainstorm all the famous internet companies with purple logos. Yahoo was the first one that came to mind, and Jack immediately scribbled it in the empty crossword squares.
To his amazement, the rest of the puzzle started to fall into place. With the help of the YAHOO, Jack was able to solve the entire crossword puzzle in record time.
As the YAHOO bid farewell and disappeared into the street, Jack couldn’t help but smile. He realized that sometimes the answers we need are right in front of us – we just need a little help from a friendly YAHOO to uncover them. And from that day forward, he made sure to always keep an eye out for purple logos, just in case a YAHOO was nearby to lend a hand.