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"I live well! I may have been swallowed, but I have no intention of being eaten." -- The Wolf, The Duck, and the Mouse by Mac Barnett and illustrated by Jon Klassen

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I'm now taking my life lessons from picture books.

 ‎· k8s 3
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There are worse places to take life lessons from

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Several of us at work have decided this is great work advice. We want posters to hang over our desks with the accompanying artwork.

 ‎· k8s 3
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And, for those who haven't seen it, the duck and the mouse have been swallowed by the wolf. They are sitting at a table inside the wolf's stomach, dressed in all their finery, having a luxurious meal and toasting their good luck at having not been eaten.

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... How does this story end?

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A hunter comes after the wolf. The wolf escapes by listening to their advice, but in the process they are spewed out of his gut. He asks what he can do for them. They return to living the high life in his gut (which leaves him with indigestion, which he had previously in the story). They regularly request he swallow things They’d like to consume.

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Well, that's decidedly less fecally themed than I had feared.

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