Gingerbread Villain

The gingerbread man root in the western tradition of Christmas. The story is about a freshly baked gingerbread man who escapes from the oven in order to avoid being eaten. It ran all the way, avoiding its relatives, but was finally deceived by the sly fox and was eaten while crossing the river. Throughout the story, the gingerbread man sang "Run, run. As fast as you can. You can't catch me, I'm a gingerbread man. So "gingerbread man" is also used to describe the kind of people who are straightforward and courageous, and this phrase also is used for blessings for each other at Christmas.

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