Long ago, there was a cat and a monkey who lived side by side as pets in a house. They are good friends and often misbehave together. All they have in mind is eating, and they don’t care how to get it.
One day they sat in the fireplace, burning their chestnuts (chestnuts). How do they get the beans out of the fire grill? This is the question for them.
“I will gladly take the beans out of the fire grill,” said the cunning monkey, “but you are better at this than me. Pull the beans out of the fire and we will share them fairly.”
The Cat then carefully reached out its hand, then quickly pulled a very hot bean from the grill of fire. He repeated again and pulled the bean out little by little, and in the third attempt, the Cat managed to pull the bean out. This action is continued several times for beans that are still in the grill. As fast as his hand is pulling the beans from the fire, as soon as the Monkey takes and eats them.
When the owner of the house came home, the two naughty animals ran away hiding away, and the Cat who worked hard until his palms were blistered with the heat of the fire, did not get a single nut. Since then, he never wanted to deal with the cunning Monkey again.
People who give false praise, always take advantage of our stupidity.