You can take them but first, you have to bring me Mmoboro,the Hornets, Onini, the great python and Osebo, the leopard.
I will fill this large bowl with water
Then, I will pour some water over myself and the Hornets. So that we are both dripping
When they enter the gourd, I will plug the hole with grass.
What shall we do?
Go in this dry gourd and be safe.
Why do you stay in the rain that is falling?
You seem a little short. Let me tie you at the front so you don't slip.
I had a dispute with my wife. She says you're weaker and shorter than a bamboo pole.
You are as foolish as the hornets.
Bring the pole and we will measure.
Tie the rope to your tail so you can come up.
I have fallen into a trap. Help me out.
Osebo, what are you doing in this hole?
I should dig a deep pit on the ground. While the leopard is prowling, he will slip into it.
You are not merely half-foolish, you are all-foolish.
Now, you have the third price. I have paid all of them.
No warriors and chiefs have done all the conditions except you. Therefore, I will give you the stories. Now, all stories belong to you. Whenever a man tells a story. he must acknowledge that it is Anansi' s tale.