Gandhi Quiz



A dim-witted wolf saw a horse grazing in a field and decided to eat him.
When the horse saw him approaching he said: "You cannot eat me, I have a passport."
"What's a passport?" asked the wolf, puzzled.
"Come and stand behind me," said the horse, "I'll show you."
The wolf, intrigued, went and stood behind the horse. He was wondering if perhaps the horse's tail was the passport when he received such a kick on his face that two teeth shot out of his mouth.
While he lay on the grass, dazed, the horse made good his escape.

Story by Russian writer Aleksandr Nikolayevich Afanasyev

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