THE SNAKE AND THE CRAB
A snake and a crab had become good friends and started living together. The crab was a simple character, while the snake was a wicked character. The crab always suggested the snake to mend his ways and give up his wicked ways. But the snake refused to heed to the crab’s advice. One day, while the snake was sleeping, the crab grabbed its neck between his claws and squeezed the snake to death. When the snake was dying, it stretched out straight. Seeing that; the crab said, “Had you been this straightforward to begin with, I would not have punished you for your wicked ways of life”. The moral of the story is, “Deceitful friends usually end up hurting themselves”.