Aesop's Fables: The Wolf and the labrador

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A labrador led his team of oxen to the drinking trough.

I walked there about a hungry Wolf in search of food.

Wolf found the plow and began to lick the edges of yoke, and quickly and inadvertently account terminated for putting his head inside. Stirring as best he could to let go, he dragged the plough along the Groove.

Back the labrador, and seeing him in this activity said:

-Ah, Wolf thief, that happiness if it were true that you resign your job and you've joined honestly working the land!

Sometimes, by coincidence or not, the wicked seem to do well, but his nature always betrays them.

Translated for educational purposes

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