Aesop's Fables

The Bald Man And The Fly

The Bald Man And The FlyA Fly settled on the head of a Bald Man and bit him. In his eagerness to kill it, he hit himself a smart slap.
      
      But the Fly escaped, and said to him in derision, "You tried to kill me for just one little bite; what will you do to yourself now, for the heavy smack you have just given yourself?"
      
      "Oh, for that blow I bear no grudge," he replied, "for I never intended myself any harm; but as for you, you contemptible insect, who live by sucking human blood, I'd have borne a good deal more than that for the satisfaction of dashing the life out of you!"


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