There were once two flower shops across the street from each other, but one was more successful than the other.
The one that was more successful was owned by two friars, and they were always the center of attention. Everyone wanted to buy flowers from the cute friars with their funny brown coats. But the owner of the other shop was not making money. He was tired of it. He had asked them many times to close shop or move somewhere else in town. But they always declined. One day the shop owner had had enough. He hired Hugh MacTaggart, the meanest thug in town, to “deal with” the two friars. Hugh beat up the friars and trashed their shop. He threatened to come back if they didn’t close down. Trembling with fear, the two friars closed down shop. The moral of this story is that Hugh, and only Hugh, can prevent florist friars.