The Fly and the Pig
One day, an angry fly was buzzing about outside a Red Lobster dumpster, looking for some rotting food within which to lay eggs. The fly was angry because hours earlier a homeless man had stolen most of the choice garbage, taking it home to his homeless family so they could eat one last day before succumbing to exposure. Incensed at this injustice, the fly alighted on the edge of the dumpster and rubbed its hands together furiously. A pig happened along and noticed the fly.
"What are you doing," the pig asked.
"I'm angry and I'm not to be trifled with," warned the fly.
"Why don't you tell me your problem so I can help you?" offered the pig.
"No, leave me alone, you don't know anything about the problems of a fly."
"Come on, I'm a friend and I'm very wise for a pig," he said graciously.
"Fine," the fly said.
The fly zoomed down and landed on the ground so it could speak to the pig more directly. Unbenownst to the fly, however, the pig hated flies and immediately crushed it under his hoof. A little bit of green fly guts squirted on to the side of the dumpster.
"And a merry ho-ho-ho," sang the pig as he went on his way.
Moral: Pigs are filthy, immoral creatures and should never be trusted under any circumstances.