The Fox and The Stork
Once a fox invited a stork to a dinner. He prepared a tasty soup and served it in tow flat plates. “Let us begin,” said the fox and he soon finished drinking the soup. The stork could not sip the soup but simply sniffed its smell only. He said to himself, “I must teach a lesson to this fox very shortly.”
Another day, the stork invited the fox to a dinner. He prepared a delicious soup and served it in a jug with a narrow neck. The fox tried to taste it but could not do so. Because of its narrow neck, the fox failed to taste the soup. But the stork sipped it with ease. The fox realised that he was paid for his mischief.