the myth explained how the tiger got his stripes. He learned to not be so greedy. And everybody laughed at him.
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How tiger got his stripes
Tiger wanted wisdom. But the man could not give him the wisdom.
So the man decided to have a plan but he thought tiger would eat his goats do he tied him to the tree. He went to get the wisdom but he never came back.
Tiger wanted to gain wisdom so he went to the man to get it.
The man did not know how to give his wisdom away. So he went to his house but stopped and turned around. Then he told tiger he had to tie him to a tree so he could not get his goats. Then the man went to get wisdom but never came back.
How (The) tiger got his stripes
I liked that the story was about how tigers got stripe. I thout that it was werd that the tiger thout that people could give him wisdom
I like the story
Tiger wanted wisdom because he would be able to order around waterbuffalow so he tryed to get it from man.
This myth explains how you can't get wisdom. Wisdom is learned. It also talks about bragging. There once was a tiger who bragged and thought he was the greatest. Them he heard of wisdom and wanted it. So he went to the man and demanded it, but the man outsmarted him and tied him to a tree. The tiger moved a lot trying to escape and the rope burned his stripes into his beautiful golden coat. The tiger never got wisdoms and learn what it was. He is still searching for man.
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It's ok if you ip like those kind of grafits
Explains how the tiger got strips. The strips got burned on him from the rope. The tiger learned that he should not be to proud. Because when he got his strips he was not to proud.
Tiger wanted wisdom. But man had it. So he said to man I want your wisdom.
So man tied tiger to a tree. Then man went home. And man never came back
Tiger was allwies bragging about his fur.tiger wanted wisdom from man. He was greedy about a lot of things. And this myth can tell a lesson to not be greedy.
The tiger learned that he can't be greedy,and the myth explains how tiger got his stripes.
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This myth explained how tiger got stripes. I think tiger learned that he shouldn't boss people around. He learned that wisdom is something that you should be able to get yourself. I like how man taught tiger a lesson in the story.
What the myth really explains is that you can't just get wisdom. Tiger was very proud of his fangs, claws, golden coat. He thought he was a really strong animal. Man is not as strong as tiger but he outsmarted him because he had wisdom.
This myth explained how tiger got his stripes. He was the strongest animal in the forest but there was one animal that was stronger than him and he was scared of it. It was the water buffalo. But one day he saw water buffalo working for a strange creature. He didn't have claws big paws or a beautiful golden coat. So at the end of the day the tiger asked the water buffalo why he was working for man. Water buffalo said it was cause he had wisdom. Tiger asked who the creature was and water buffalo said it was man. So tiger went to man and asked for wisdom or else he would eat man. Man said he couldn't give it to him but then he changed his mind. He tricked tiger and tied him to a tree acting like he was going to eat his goats. The ropes burned lines in tigers fur and that's how tiger got his stripes.
The myth explains how he got his strips the tiger wanted wisdom from the man the tiger came to man man was trying to trick the tiger into getting the tiger to get tied to the tree. He tied all his body parts to the tree the man left with his sheep he didn't come back. So tiger tried to get loose the more he tried the more the ropes dug into his back. So then he got loose but man didn't come so he went to get a drink but when he got one he saw his strips that is how tigers got their strips.
This myth explained how the tiger got his stripes. The tiger asked man for wisdom because the tiger wanted the water buffalo to do whatever he said. The man tricked the tiger in to letting him tie him to the tree. When the tiger tried to get free he struggled against the ropes. He pulled on the ropes so hard that they burned stripes on his golden fur. Now the tiger has stripes but the tiger is still searching for wisdom.
I agree with you. You are so right.
This myth explains how tiger got stripes on is fur.Tiger learned not to be greedy and wisdom is not some thing you can give it how you are.
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