came to pass that pearls were cast before the swine.
This caused the swine to come rushing forward, to
sniff at the pearls and then they got EXTREMELY upset, because they
were hungry and hoping for something good to eat, and instead they
were getting these inedible pointless hard ball things thrown at
them they could do nothing with!
One swine amongst them (a particularly fine swine!) said, "Alright
that's it. I've had enough of this. Follow me, fellow swine! Let's
seize the day!"
The swine stormed the fence of the enclosure which
kept them inside, always hungry, always dirty, and at the mercy of
whoever came along to do the casting.
Under the onslaught of the many swine, the fence had no choice but
to surrender, and it fell, and all the swine escaped and found green
and pleasant lands, stuffed full with roots, and berries, and even
truffles to snozzle up - tas-ty!
The swine lived happily ever after; and what became of the
ill-advised pearl tossers, history does not record.