To kill the goose that laid the golden eggs is an idiom used of an unprofitable action motivated by greedit refers to one of aesops fables numbered 87 in the perry index a story that also has a number of eastern analogues. The goose the golden egg there was once a countryman who possessed the most wonderful goose you can imagine for every day when he visited the nest the goose had laid a beautiful glittering golden egg. The goose that laid the golden egg an aesop fable a man and his wife owned a very special goose every day the goose would lay a golden egg which made the couple very rich. Felixs goose who lays golden eggs is goose napped by none other than captain kidd felix saves the day a nice swashbuckling cartoon produced in 1936 felix the cat the goose that laid the golden egg by burt gillett tom palmer publication date 1936 topics felix the cat captain kidd goose. The goose that laid the golden egg is a popular short story for kids with a moral the moral of the story is to avoid being greedy a poor man gets a goose that lays him a golden egg each day
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