Snake: I sunbath and it puts me to sleep. I did not hear you coming. If I did not have recognized you, I would have hit you. You know I hate to be disturbed
Stick: Yes, I know, is that why you punished Eve?
Snake: What a woodcock she was, that one, pure, virgin, innocent, always wanting to play with me. I was not fun, I tell you.
Stick: she wanted to play with you? What was Adam saying about that?
Snake: He saw no harm in it, he was as foolish as she was, always walking around naked and smug. They were bored to tears those two, but there was nothing to do in the garden, it was hell. I guess that's why she got used to come and disturb me.
Stick: Why you?
Snake: I do not know; at that time, I was happy, scoffer, attractive; she told me I was giving her ideas.
Stick: did you tell her to eat the apple?
Snake: yes, I told her it would give her even better ideas than mine, and that if she persuaded Adam to eat it too, they would experience another world and not be bored anymore.
Stick: you were right, that's what happened, but all the other creatures who were happy as they were got to suffer because of that,
Snake: it's true, I had not thought of that, and I am the first punished because nobody loves me now. I have to hide to avoid trouble, it's not funny.
Stick: do you regret?
Snake: yes, I have peace, but I am alone.
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