Three squirrels found the last bunch of grapes left by the summer on the grapevine. This bunch of grapes, a total of 20 grapes.
The squirrels did an arithmetic around the bunch of grapes: three of them, plus their mother, were four, divided into 20 Grapes & mdash& mdash;
Five for each! The squirrels were happy to shout together.
A little squirrel came forward and took five very green grapes, he said: I eat sour grapes, mother can eat sweet grapes!
Another little squirrel came forward and took five smaller grapes, he said: I eat a small grape, mother can eat a big grape!
Another little squirrel came forward and took five grapes that were only broken. He said, "if I eat broken grapes, my mother can eat good grapes."!
In this way, three squirrels give their mother five of the most ripe, largest and best sweet grapes. It's a sweet grape with a bite of honey.