Check the brain out

A wealthy man decided to go on a
safari in Africa. He took his faithful
dog along for company. One day,
the dog starts chasing butterflies
before long the dog discovers
that he is lost. So, wandering
about, he
notices a leopard heading
rapidly in his direction with the
obvious intention
of having lunch. The dog thinks,
“OK, I’m in deep trouble now!”
Then he
noticed some bones on the
ground close
by, and immediately settles down
to chew on the
bones with his back to the
approaching cat. Just as the
leopard is about
to leap, the dog
exclaims loudly,
“Boy, that was one delicious
leopard. I wonder if
there are any more around here?”
Hearing this, the leopard halts his
attack in mid-
stride, as a look of terror comes
over him, and
slinks away into the trees.
“Whew,” says the leopard. “That
was close.
dog nearly had me.” Meanwhile, a
monkey who had been watching
whole scene from a nearby tree
figures he can put
this knowledge to good use and
trade it for
protection from the leopard. So,
off he goes.
But the dog saw him heading
after the leopard
with great speed, and figured that
something must
be up. The monkey soon catches
up with the leopard,
spills the beans and strikes a deal
for himself with
the leopard. The leopard is furious
at being made a fool of and
says, “Here, monkey, hop on my
back and see what’s
going to happen to that conniving
canine.” Now the dog sees the
coming with the
monkey on his back, and thinks,
“What am I going
to do now?” But instead of
running, the dog sits down with
back to his attackers, pretending
he hasn’t seen
them yet…and just when they get
close enough to
hear, the dog says,
“Where’s that monkey? I sent him
off half an hour
ago to bring me another leopard.
Moral of the story: “SOMETIMES IF

Posted on April 6, 2013, in Media. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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