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Horse and the Groom

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Horse and the Groom

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A GROOM used to spend all day, every day in currycombing and rubbing down his Horse, but at the same time stole the horse’s oats and sold them for his own profit.

“Think about it!” said the Horse, “if you really want me to be in good condition, you should groom me less, and feed me more.”

Moral: Spend your time on what will give you the results you want.

There are currently 11 suggested morals for “Horse and the Groom”

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  1. 1 On February 5th, 2009, ally said:

    Don’t steal and remember to care for others not just for your self

  2. 2 On January 9th, 2011, not ally said:

    priorities before vanity

  3. 3 On May 24th, 2011, Dinah said:

    Treat others like u would want 2 b treated

  4. 4 On August 5th, 2011, spud said:

    A shaved coin still has worth

  5. 5 On October 1st, 2011, The Foreigner said:

    Always pay your grooms a living wage.

    So they don’t have to steal food from your horse.

  6. 6 On December 3rd, 2011, P.D. said:

    Don’t take from Peter to pay Paul. That will lead to the loss of something you value.

  7. 7 On December 24th, 2011, Dale Smith said:

    Substance counts for more than outward appearance.

  8. 8 On January 26th, 2012, Nesher said:

    You’d think a talking horse would bring in enough money to pay everybody well.

  9. 9 On January 9th, 2015, Jerry said:

    A person can do a lot of nice things for somebody but if that person deprives that somebody of something they need, then they wont florish

  10. 10 On January 9th, 2015, Jerry said:

    The lowest common denominator rules some human affairs

  11. 11 On September 4th, 2015, ig..brooke.matson13 said:

    “The Hero is brave in deeds as well as words”

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