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Once Upon a time, Pan, the God of shepherds, challenged Apollo to a musical duel. Pan Insisted his flute of reeds could produce a prettier melody than Apollo's silly harp.
I challenge You!
The two agreed on a contest with Judges. One Judge was King Midas... After hearing the two melodies all but one judge chose Apollo. King Midas However preferred Pan's tune.
Furious that anyone could prefer a ready Pipe to a musical lyre, Apollo cooed, 'I see the problem. It's your ears. They are too small to hear properly. Let Me fix that for you."
HOW COULD YOU!
King Midas felt his ears quiver. His ears sprang out and turned into the large furry ears of a donkey. King Midas was horrified. He grabbed his ears and said "Pan, help me!'' But pan, with a quick nervous glance at Apollo turned his back.
King Midas tried to hide his ears from his subjects by wearing hats, helmets, and scarves. The only one who knew was his barber. He made his barber Promise not to ever tell a sole.
His barber Kept his word. But keeping such a huge secret was driving him crazy. So one day he went up mountain and almost to the edge of a cliff. He dug a hole in the midst of some reeds. He Looked around to see that no one was near. Then he whispered into the hole. " KING MIDAS HAS THE EARS OF A DONKEY." having gotten his secret off his chest, he felt much better. He returned home, sure that he had kept his word.
I feel much better having that of my chest
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