"What are you doing here, wandering around the woods all by yourself, little girl?" I state, trying to sound as friendly as possible. In fear, she replies, "I'm going to deliver this to my Grandma's since she's ill. She lives at the end of this path."
"Does she live alone?" I asked. "Why yes, in fact she does. But she doesn't open the door to any strangers." "Interesting. Well, goodbye. Maybe we'll someday meet again some time." I said, wandering off. I travel far away enough that the girl cannot hear me.
"This is great! The child just led me to my dinner! She also just gave me a plan: I will go to Miss Granny's house and eat her, then I will disguise myself in her clothes and wait for her precious granddaughter. A double dinner!" I exclaimed with a wicked grin. So I traveled my way to the house at the end of the path and knocked on the door.
"Who's there?" the grandmother questions. "Why it's me, Little Red Riding Hood, here to deliver you some cake, strawberries, and uh...flowers!" I reply, in an almost childlike voice. "Well come on in my sweetheart!" she says on the other end.
The door opens, and what grandma saw did not please her at all. I jumped up, and in one swallow, ate the elderly to my delight. I then went to her wardrobe and put on a cap and one of her shawls. After that, I jumped into her bed and tucked myself in.
"This bed is very cozy!" I admitted. Moments later, the real Little Red Riding Hood came to the house. She knocks on the door and says, "Hey Granny? It's me, your granddaughter! Can I please come in?"