Once upon a time in a forest, a fox talked to a rabbit to try and convince him to get an apple from the tall tree , which the fox couldn't climb up , the fox said that in return he'd help the rabbit with anything of his request.
The rabbit accepted the foxes request and climbed up the tree to get the fox an apple, while he was climbing he was thinking of what the fox can help him with, then the rabbit remembered he needed help planting some carrots for his garden.
After, The rabbit got The fox his apple , The rabbit told the fox he needed help planting some carrots in his garden, The fox didn't seem to care and ate his apple and responded to the rabbit saying he wasn't gonna help him , The rabbit was furious because the fox didn't keep his word like he said he would.
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To continue, the fox had lied to the rabbit , the rabbit wanted revenge from the fox , so the rabbit decided to talk to his other friend rabbit but then decided to leave things and be the bigger person.
Later that day the rabbit had heard that the fox had been robbed from his house and someone stole his food. then he thought "there's always someone bigger"