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The Dog in a Butcher Store

By Rutagengwa Claude Shema

Regional Coordinator

Great Lakes Peace Initiative (GLPI)



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A lawyer entered a butcher store with his dog. The dog stole a sausage and ran away. The butcher asked the lawyer, "Now who is going to pay for this sausage?" "That will be my responsibility, of course," said the lawyer. The butcher said, "Alright, that is what I thought, that will be three dollars." The lawyer said, "Fine, then you owe me only seven dollars, because I charge my clients ten dollars for petty legal advice."


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