Aesop's Jacked Fables

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The Wolf, the Fox, and the Ape

A WOLF accused a Fox of theft, but the Fox entirely denied the charge. An Ape undertook to adjudge the matter between them. When each had fully stated his case the Ape announced this sentence: "I do not think you, Wolf, ever lost what you claim; and I do believe you, Fox, to have stolen what you so stoutly deny."

The Wolf yelped out "What kind of asshole verdict..." and seized the ape's throat as the Fox gouged at his crotch and they thusly turned the ape into meat. They then argued over who should get the larger share.

The dishonest, if they act honestly, get no credit.

The Wolf, the Fox, and the Ape (original fable)

A WOLF accused a Fox of theft, but the Fox entirely denied the charge. An Ape undertook to adjudge the matter between them. When each had fully stated his case the Ape announced this sentence: "I do not think you, Wolf, ever lost what you claim; and I do believe you, Fox, to have stolen what you so stoutly deny."

The dishonest, if they act honestly, get no credit.

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