Little Red Riding Hood

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  • Little Red Riding Hood was usually in charge of taking some food her mum prepared to her Grannie who lived in the forest, quite far from the supermarkets. So, as any other day, she was going to take the basket her mum had filled with fruits and sweets and walk to her grannie’s house.
  • She was about to take the forest path when a strange man stopped her. He wanted to know if there was a gym nearby, but then he started to ask questions about where she was going or what she had in her basket. He looked hungry, she thought, and then she realized he was too hairy to be a man, and…Oh my God, was that a tail? She left.
  • Little Red Riding Hood continued walking and as soon as she arrived at the forest, she forgot about that “man”, she loved that path with flowers, plants. But the wolf hadn’t forgotten her, and he was following her. Paul, a lumberjack’s son, who went to the same High School as Little Red Riding Hood saw the wolf following her, and thought nothing good was going to happen, so he followed them.
  • By the time Little Red Riding Hood arrived at her Granny’s, something had happened. Granny was in bed, and mum hadn’t told her she was ill, and she must be really ill because she was wearing strange clothes and her voice was different and… Oh my God! Was that that tail again? What had happened? Where was Granny? Was she going to die? She knew that “man” was hungry...
  • When the wolf was about to eat Little Red Riding Hood, Paul appeared. He punched him, and the wolf fell, then he put him in a sack and called the police. While they were waiting for the police, they heard some noises coming from the curtains, and there it was Granny!!
  • Granny was so happy and relieved, that she insisted on inviting Paul to have dinner. And she realised what a beautiful couple Paul and her granddaughter made!!
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