Once there lived a cowboy in a certain village. He used to tend cows in the field near a forest. It was not far from his village. The boy was very wicked. To make fun he often cried out tiger! Tiger!. The villagers would come running to help him. Then he used to burst into laughter. At this they would return with a shock. One day at afternoon, he was grazing in the field. Suddenly he saw a tiger. He became afraid and shouted saying Tiger! again and again. But nobody came to save him. He tried to climb up a tree, but failed. The tiger attacked very swiftly and killed him. When people found his dead body, they had nothing to do. If he didn’t tell a lie, people would come running and perhaps he might avoid the danger. So we should not tell a lie even for making a fun.