The Farmer and the Stork

aesoplado By aesoplado, 8th Dec 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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A different look at Aesop's "The Farmer and the Stork".

What your parents did not tell you.

Once upon a time a stork was invited by a family of cranes to visit a farm. Unknown to the stork, the cranes were planning to steal food from the warehouse. As they all went there, we were taken by surprise when all of them were caught in a farmers trap.

When the farmer arrived the stork immediately pleaded his case.

“I am not a thief! I have no intention to steal you spicy peas. I have no knowledge of the plans of these low life cranes!” he calmly told the farmer.

“Ah fuck you! What do you think of me? Stupid! You disgust me! I won’t even eat your flesh!” responded the angry farmer.

Taken aback by what the farmer told him, the stork pulled his magnum, and shot the farmer to death.

Moral of the story: “Assumptions, assumptions.“

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author avatar christopheranton
8th Dec 2010 (#)

Funny, but you do seem to have a bit of a
downer on the world.
Almost all your stories end in
gruesome deaths for at least
one of your characters.

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author avatar aesoplado
8th Dec 2010 (#)

I just love adding reality to my stories. It reminds me that life is an unpredictable thing and it usually involved death.

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author avatar Denise O
11th Dec 2010 (#)

I didn't know storks were so violent, geesh! lol
Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
12th Mar 2011 (#)

A funny and wondrous story.
I like reading such stories more and more.

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