A rabbit needed a ladder to get on the roof of its house.
He knew the bear had a ladder, so he decided to go borrow a ladder.
The trouble was, the bear wasn’t always the nicest animal in the forest.
“Doesn’t matter,” the rabbit said to himself,
“I’ll head on over and if it doesn’t work out, at least I tried!”
With that, he started walking to the bear’s house, which was quite a bit away.
Halfway there, the rabbit thought to himself,
“the bear’s got a reputation for not being helpful or kind, but he’s got a ladder and I’ve made it this far… might as well continue walking.” So he did.
Almost at the bear’s house, the rabbit remembered that his friend, the skunk, said he was bullied by the bear when they were hanging by the river last week.
“Oh well,” the rabbit thought,
“I’ve made it this far, might as well get there and see for myself whether I can get this asshole to agree to lend me a ladder.”
So he continued his journey through the forest.
He gets to the bear’s house, walks up to the door and knocks.
While he waits for the bear to open the door, he starts thinking:
“Ugh, why did I bother coming here. This piece of sh!t won’t lend me the ladder. I’ll be lucky if he doesn’t kick me off his lawn immediately, or worse…”
The bear opens the door and says, in a friendly tone,
“Hey man! Can I help you with something?”
The rabbit replies:
“You know what? F*ck you and your ladder!”
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