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Bronze Statue with Bells
figural statue; bronze
There once were two brothers crossing the jungle when they came upon a pack of sleeping tigers. Brother! the younger said to the older, we need to slip past these tigers. I will adorn you with bells so you may distract them while I cross, then I will do the same for you. The older brother agreed, and put on the bells, and danced and shouted to distract the tigers. The tigers woke up, and quickly devoured both the older brother and the younger one, who wasn’t fast enough to run past a pack of tigers. The moral of the story: should be pretty obvious, folks. Don’t listen to your idiot brother when he tells you to wear bells around tigers. I mean really, why did either of them think that would work?