Grass houses are found mainly in the Polynesian area and are homes to many people of different classes.
Not too long ago, there lived a cheif who ruled an island in the South Pacific. He was a wise ruler and every year, his subjects would give him a new throne to express their gratitude. Upon receiving the throne, the cheif would store last year's one in his attic. He was king for many years, and suddenly, on the 54th year of his reign, the weight of 54 thrones suddenly became too much for his house.
The moral of this story is: People who live in grass houses shouldn't stow thrones.