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A MAN HAD TWO HORSES AND COULDN'T TELL THEM APART,
SO HE ASKED A FRIEND WHAT TO DO. THE FRIEND SAID
TO CUT OFF THE TAIL OF ONE OF THEM. HE DID, BUT
IT GREW BACK. SO HE CUT OFF THE MANE OF THE OTHER
ONE, BUT IT GREW BACK. SO HE ASKED THE FRIEND
AGAIN, AND THE FRIEND SAID, "WHY NOT MEASURE THEM."
HE DID AND HE FOUND OUT THAT THE BROWN HORSE WAS
TWO INCHES TALLER THAN THE WHITE ONE.

Where learned: SCHOOL

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Stupid man or woman

Date learned: NOT GIVEN

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