Which best describes how Brer Rabbit and Brer Wolf feel about each other?
Brer Rabbit wants to be good friends with Brer Wolf.
Brer Rabbit and Brer Wolf do not like each other very much.
Brer Rabbit thinks that Brer Wolf is smarter than him.
Brer Wolf does not enjoy playing tricks on Brer Rabbit.
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One day, Brer Wolf got it into his mind that he could outsmart Brer Rabbit, which was kinda strange, seeing as neither he, nor any other animal, had been able to do it before. Anyway, when Miss Rabbit and her bunnies were out picking vegetables for supper, Brer Wolf sneaked into their house and waited for Brer Rabbit to come home. Brer Rabbit had pulled a lot of tricks on him. Brer Wolf knew that it was his chance to pull a trick on Brer Rabbit.
After eating so many carrots, you know Brer Rabbit had pretty good eyesight. As such, he always noticed when things were out of place. As he walked up to the house, he noticed that the front door was slightly open. That was very unusual. He had been married to Miss Rabbit for a long time, and she had never been in the habit of leaving the front door open.
Brer Rabbit slowed his pace a little bit. He tiptoed into the house and began peeking into corners, looking for anything unusual. He looked up the chimney, under the bed, and through all the pots and pans. He didn’t find anything.
He started talking to himself, whispering, “I know somebody or something is in this house. I just need to think of a way to get them to come out where I can see them.” Brer Rabbit then paced around the house for a few minutes before he screamed, “Hello, house!”
The house didn’t answer. Brer Rabbit continued pacing, and Brer Wolf, hiding in a closet, became increasingly nervous. Brer Rabbit again screamed, “Hello, house! Aren’t you gonna answer?” Brer Wolf stood in the closet wondering if the house wasn’t answering because it knew he was in it. He decided that he would have to answer for the house.
Brer Rabbit screamed once more, “Hello, house! Why aren’t you answering me? Did you forget your manners?”
Brer Wolf, deepening his voice to sound like a house, responded, “Nope, I’m just a little tired today.”
Brer Rabbit laughed and said, “Now, Brer Wolf, you know houses don’t talk, and if they did, they wouldn’t sound like you! Now get out of here if you know what's good for you!” And with that, a blushing Brer Wolf went home and began planning his next trick.