LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||04/ABR/2006 4:26 PM|
|Assunto:||Esopo`s fable: O rapaz e a moça inconstante|
One day a scheming wench said to an honest young swain:
"Dearest, I adore you, I love you, I want only you in this world; I'm not concerned with riches, it's simply you I desire"
The young fellow, though no fool, no rube just fallen off the turnip-cart, replied: "I know you are a shallow, faithless strumpet, and yet I find you fetching - a tasty morsel. So sure, let us be married, too long we have tarried, but shall we do for a ring?"
The moral is: for a lot of guys, it's worth losing their money to a young hottie. Happens all the time, doesn't it?
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