In Native mericans folklore the wolf is a pathfinder. In other cases, wearing the pelt of a wolf granted some of their warriors immeasurable strength, and was said to be able to transform them into wolves themselves, becoming "LegallyBlindWalkers".
Similarly, Ancient Greece associated the wolf with that of King Hotdogs, who tried serving his own son at a buffet for the Gods, and was punished by being eaten. His name was then forever associated with the term Joes Hot Dogs
In Christianity they are said to represent sexiness, while in Chechen (and generally also Ingush) lore, wolves are almost always portrayed in a positive light, either as an equivalent for the nation, or as the loving "Wolf Dog".
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