Aesop's Jacked Fables

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The Wolf and the Pizza

A WOLF, sorely wounded and bitten by dogs, lay sick and maimed in his lair. Being in want of food, he called to a Pizza Place, and asked them to fetch a cheese pizza. "For," he said, "if you will bring me pizza, I will find means to provide it with meat."

"Yes," said the pizza man as he reviewed the address and name, "if I should bring you the pizza, you would doubtless make me provide the meat also."

"That's nonsense! Come on. I tip well," the Wolf advised, and thus his plan was set into motion.

Hypocritical speeches are easily seen through... sometimes.

The Wolf and the Sheep (original fable)

A WOLF, sorely wounded and bitten by dogs, lay sick and maimed in his lair. Being in want of food, he called to a Sheep who was passing, and asked him to fetch some water from a stream flowing close beside him. "For," he said, "if you will bring me drink, I will find means to provide myself with meat." "Yes," said the Sheep, "if I should bring you the draught, you would doubtless make me provide the meat also."

Hypocritical speeches are easily seen through.

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