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Cath Maige Tuired: The Second Battle of Mag Tuired (Author: [unknown])

section 26

Now the Dagda was unhappy at the work, and in the house he used to meet an idle blind man named Cridenbél, whose mouth grew out of his chest. Cridenbél considered his own meal small and the Dagda's large, so he said, ‘Dagda, for the sake of your honor let the three best bits of your serving be given to me!’ and the Dagda used to give them to him every night. But the satirist's bits were large: each bit was the size of a good pig. Furthermore those three bits were a third of the Dagda's serving. The Dagda's appearance was the worse for that.