Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Pick Pocket Thursday

It was a stormy night. A traveller reached an inn. As the hour was very late, he found the door locked from within. He knocked at the door.
The gate-keeper responded to the knock, saying, "I have lost the key and the door cannot be opened unless you have a silver key with you."
The traveller understood what he meant by the silver key. He im­mediately slipped a silver coin through the hole, and the door opened.
As soon as he got in, he said to the gate keeper, "I have left my box outside, please bring it." As the gate-keeper went out to bring the box, the traveller closed the door behind him.
The keeper asked him to open the door so that he may come in. Now the traveller replied from within, "I have lost the key and a silver key is needed to open the door." Soon the coin was pushed again through the hole and the dishonest man was let in.
Dishonesty meets dishonesty.

The moral here at Armstrongs is 'always check the pockets'.
This week's discovery was this little silver key tucked in the corner of a pocket on this military jacket and we found a fable to match it from here. What did Aesop have in his pockets we wonder...
See you next week Pocket Pickers!

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