The Jackdaw and the Sheep

184. THE JACKDAW AND THE SHEEP. A jackdaw sat chattering upon the back of a sheep; “Peace, you noisy thing,” says the sheep, “if I were a dog, you durst not serve me so."
"That is true enough," replies the jackdaw; "I know very well who I have to do with; I never meddle with the surly and revengeful; but I love to plague such poor helpless creatures as you are, that cannot do me any harm again.” [more info]

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