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August 17, 2005

Volume 5, Issue 17

Today, we'd like to see a 100 word fable.

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Ted: It's all in the Delivery

There once was a man with tiny penis. He was good looking, had a great job, was kind to animals, and was an excellent dancer. He dated dozens of women who always parted with him with very fond memories. One day, this man's tiny penis said, "Hey boss, not that I'm complaining or anything, but how do you get all these chicks?"

The man said "Simple, I have you."

"But I'm tiny, I've seen other's ya know, I know what I am."

"But my friend, how many others can talk?"

The moral of the story is simple: Use your lips.

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From the Comments: G-Do

Spiders were once blind, but content. They did naught but weave webs, and these webs engendered much pride and good-humor among them.

One day, their queen caught a mayfly. "Mercy, and I'll give you eyes," said the mayfly. The queen, hungry but intrigued, agreed, and that's how spiders got their eyes.

But when they re-examined their webs, they saw imperfections they'd missed while blind. Ashamed of their ignorance, they destroyed their webs and withdrew to dark places to rebuild them again and again, always dissatisfied. That's why today, spider webs are so beautiful, and spiders are such solitary, miserable creatures.

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