NO! You don't want blood on your hand. Throw him down the well instead.
Wait! We'll have him for 20 pieces of silver.
(Joseph and his 10 older brothers)Joseph told his dream of greatness and his brothers got mad. One of them, Judah decided to kill Joseph but Reuben stopped him.
Come here Joseph~
Oh no I can't!
Judah and the other brothers threw Joseph down the well but some Egyptian traders decided to buy him as a slave.
You gotta be kidding me!
I shall remember you to Pharaoh!
Joseph was brought to Egypt, and sold to Potiphar (head of Pharaoh's household).
Potiphar's wife seduces Joseph but he refused. To save her embarrassment, she blamed Joseph for trying to hurt her and put him into jail.
Joseph interpreted his two jailmates' dreams: the baker who would soon be executed and the cupbearer who would be released. They all came true. Joseph then asked the released cupbearer to remember him to Pharaoh.
Pharaoh had been having one same dream for days and no one could interpret it, so he calls Joseph since the cupbearer mentioned him. Joseph was able to interpret it for Pharaoh.
The 7 fat cows represent 7 good years with lots of grains, 7 skinny cows represent 7 years of drought.