One day, a weary and weak woman was looking for food. She went house to house. She begged at a house of a man. He gave her some bread, potatoes and spices enough to make a samosa. She thanked him wearily and went home glad. She soon set to work. As soon as she placed the samosa on the oil pan and exclaimed, ‘you yummy thing’! Soon as it felt the heat – it popped out two hands plus two legs and jumped out of the oil pan. He murmured, “You crazy woman – do you think I am going to stay here and eaten!” As he said, he fled out through the window. The woman wept, “you are so mean – you cannot leave without being my dinner!”
Meanwhile, he was rushing through the forest, he met a large brown bear. The bear saw him and growled, “I have had nothing for dinner”. Stop! I want to eat you”. Then Samosa boy replied, “Try Try as you will – you cannot catch me – I am samosa boy!” Next, he met a jungle goose when the white and black goose saw him it cried, “I want to fill my tummy with you! Stop right there!” The dusty samosa replied, “Try Try as you will – you cannot catch me – I am samosa boy!” Then he met a golden-brown monkey which chattered – “I want to eat you because I cannot find a bunch of bananas!”. He cunningly said, “Try Try as you will – you cannot catch me – I am samosa boy!”. Saying this, he went on.
Afterwards he came face to face with a black rabbit which looked like a panther. The panther like rabbit spoke out “My favorite berries are very low in supply these days – so I want to eat you”. At this, he chuckled and replied, “Try Try as you will – you cannot catch me – I am samosa boy!”. He felt overwhelmed. He had no idea about what was waiting for him!
As he went on, he saw a long river with a lot of water. He did not long to get wet. He looked left then right for help – he saw a white tiger. The tiger kindly said, “Dear friend of mine, I can help you.” At this, Samosa boy was astonished. The tiger came down and told samosa boy to hop on to his back. Without thinking twice, he jumped on to his back. When they were midway, the water came higher. Samosa boy asked the tiger, “Can I go on to your head?”. Yes, you can – replied to the tiger with a wide and cunning smile. After a while, the water was seeming close to Samosa boy. The tiger said to him – “step on to his nose”. As soon as he stepped on to the nose of the tiger; the tiger tossed his head and up flew samosa boy and landed inside the tiger’s mouth.
Please guess – who are the only two people who knows what happened to Samosa boy!? The Tiger & YOU of course!!!