Aesop's Jacked Fables

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The Fox and the Lion

A FOX saw a Lion confined in a cage, and standing near him, bitterly reviled him. The Lion said to the Fox, "It is not thou who revilest me; but this mischance which has befallen me."

The Fox, agitated by the remark, climbed above the cage and pissed between the bars. The Lion, recoiling from the stream but with nowhere to go, roared and bellowed as he was showered upon.

The Fox, cackling with delight said, "And what terrible luck this is, that revilest thou! Ooop!" He exclaimed as he began masturbating, "I think I feel another mischance coming on!"

The Fox and the Lion (original fable)

A FOX saw a Lion confined in a cage, and standing near him, bitterly reviled him. The Lion said to the Fox, "It is not thou who revilest me; but this mischance which has befallen me."

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