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Once on a hot day a wolf came to a pool to drink water. There he saw a lamb. He hit upon a plan to eat the lamb. He said to the lamb, “Why are you making the drinking water miry?” The lamb replied in a trembling voice, “Excuse me, Sir, you are drinking up stream and I am drinking down.” At once the wolf found out another plea. He said, “Why did you laugh at me last year?” The lamb replied, “I was not born then.” The wolf said, ” Then it must have been your father.” Saying this, he pounced on the weak lamb and killed it instantly.

Moral: A rogue needs no plea.

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