Once, there was a boy. He was walking towards the village when he caught sight of a fox fast asleep. The fox did not know that the boy had seen him. The boy started thinking, ‘If I kill that fox and sell his skin, I will get a lot of money. Then, I shall buy some rye. I shall sow the rye. When people will pass by my field of rye, they will exclaim, ‘Oh, what fine rye that boy has got!’ Then I shall say to them, ‘Keep away from my rye!’ But they will not listen. Then I shall scream at them, ‘Keep away from my rye!’ and then they will listen to me.’ The boy screamed so loudly that the fox woke up and ran off at once to the forest. The boy could only blame himself for the loss.