Once upon a time, there was a village full of clever and wise people. Everyone in the village was known for their intelligence and it was a point of pride for them. There was only one person who was different, and his name was Sap.
Sap was known among the villagers as the one who was easily fooled. He was often tricked and deceived by others, but he always took it in good humor. Despite his vulnerabilities, he was well-liked and respected for his kind heart and simple nature.
One day, the villagers decided to play a prank on Sap. They crafted a crossword puzzle with clues that were impossible to solve. They knew that Sap would be the perfect person to fool with the difficult puzzle.
When Sap saw the crossword puzzle, he eagerly started to fill it out. The clues were indeed tricky, but Sap remained undeterred. As he progressed, he stumbled upon a clue that read “One who’s easily fooled.” He thought for a moment and then wrote down the word “SAP” in the blank boxes.
The villagers were amazed. They had expected Sap to struggle with the puzzle, but he had solved it easily. They looked at him in a whole new light, realizing that even though he was easily fooled, he had a unique way of looking at the world that made him special.
From that day on, the villagers never underestimated Sap again. They recognized that intelligence came in many forms, and that Sap had a valuable lesson to teach them all about resilience and positivity.