Aesop's Jacked Fables

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The Wall, Graffiti, and Bramble

THE WALL and the Graffiti upon it disputed as to which was the most beautiful. When their strife was at its height, a Bramble from a neighboring hedge lifted up its voice, and said in a boastful tone:

"My dear friends, to me you both are ugly. I miss the trees."

The Pomegranate, Apple-Tree, and Bramble (original fable)

THE POMEGRANATE and Apple-Tree disputed as to which was the most beautiful. When their strife was at its height, a Bramble from the neighboring hedge lifted up its voice, and said in a boastful tone: "Pray, my dear friends, in my presence at least cease from such vain disputings."

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