Once upon a time there lived two boys who were best friends. They were always doing things together.
One day, two friends were walking through the forest. They knew the forest was a dangerous place and that anything could happen. So, they promised to remain close to each other in case of any danger.
All of a sudden, a big bear was approaching them.
One of the friends quickly climbed a nearby tree, leaving the other friend behind.
The other friend did not know how to climb, and instead, followed common sense. He laid down on the ground and remained there, breathless, pretending to be dead.
The bear approached the friend lying on the ground and started to smell his ear before slowly wandering off again because bears never touch those who are dead.
Soon, the friend who hid in the tree came down.
Boy 1 - “My dear friend, what secret did the bear whisper to you?”
Boy 2 - “The bear simply advised me never to believe a false friend.”
Never to believe a false friend
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