Wolf in sheep's clothing

By Lola
@Lolaze (3165)
United States
January 3, 2016 6:03pm CST
Have you ever met a wolf in sheep's clothing? That old saying means someone who pretends to have good intentions but actually has other motives. I've met plenty of people like this, unfortunately some of them are in my own family. Many of my family are very religious and go to church every Sunday without fail. They serve on committees and go to religious retreats. You would think they to be the most pious people who live by the bible in all aspects of their lives. That's not the case though. Behind closed doors they gossip worse than any other people I know. Nothing they have heard or seen is safe from their judgement. Outside of the house they put on the clothing of sheep, but behind closed doors they are wolves, sinking their teeth into juicy gossip about others lives
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@softbabe44 (5902)
• Vancouver, Washington
4 Jan 16
Well, you probably want to look at it as somebody is watching them and your good-hearted person isn't involved.
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@lokisdad (4267)
• United States
4 Jan 16
There are many wolves in sheep's clothing. Its horrible I try to avoid them at all costs. life is full of enough problems without bringing in another person to add more drama and stress.
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@cherriefic (4692)
• Baguio, Philippines
10 Jan 16
That's a shame. It's really bad when we found out that it has to be within the family.
@Traceyjayne (1114)
• United Kingdom
4 Jan 16
sadly there are a few people like that at the place I work. I try to stay away from them,