Aesop's Jacked Fables

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The Blind Man and the Decapitated Head

A BLIND MAN was accustomed to distinguishing different animals by touching them with his hands. The Decapitated Head of one of his enemies was brought to him, with a request that he would feel it, and say what it was. He felt it, and being in doubt, said: "I do not quite whose head... It couldn't be... It is! Awww, you shouldn't have."

"Happy birthday grandpa!" everyone shouted in unison.

Evil tendencies are everywhere.

The Blind Man and the Whelp (original fable)

A BLIND MAN was accustomed to distinguishing different animals by touching them with his hands. The whelp of a Wolf was brought him, with a request that he would feel it, and say what it was. He felt it, and being in doubt, said: "I do not quite know whether it is the cub of a Fox, or the whelp of a Wolf, but this I know full well. It would not be safe to admit him to the sheepfold."

Evil tendencies are shown in early life.

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