The True Story Of The Three little Pigs

The True Story Of The Three little Pigs
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  • I need one more cup of sugar  to bake a cake for my granny!
  • No you can't have any big bad wolf! 
  • Mr. pig do you have a cup of sugar I could use for my grannys cake?
  • No you can't have any big bad wolf!
  • Mr.pig do you have one cup of sugar I can use for a cake for my granny?
  • The wolf was making a cake for his grandma when he realized he needed one more cup of sugar for the cake or it would not be good. So the wolf decided to ask the pigs his neighbors for a cup of sugar.
  • No! and your granny can sit on a pin!
  • FREEZE!!!
  • Mr.pig can I have one cup of sugar to make a cake for may granny.
  • The wolf walked up to the first little pigs house. It was strangely made out straw. He asked for a cup of sugar and the little pig said no. The wolf was about to leave when he sneezed and the house blew over. He couldn't just leave the pig there so he ate the little pig. Then went to the next pigs house.
  • The reporters don't know what they're talking about! There so mean to me.
  • The wolf walked up to the next little pigs house and asked can I have a cup of sugar? The little pig said no. The wolf was about to leave when he sneezed and blew the second pigs house down. He couldn't just leave the pig there so he ate him. Then went to the next little pigs house. 
  • The wolf walked up to the next little pigs house and asked can I have a cup of sugar for a cake for my granny. The pig said no and said your granny can sit on a pin! The wolf got mad and tried to break the whole house down. The cops then caught the wolf and brought him to jail.
  • After the incident the wolf was brought to jail and the reporters spiced up the story and said the wolf blew the houses down on purpose because they did not like the original story the wolf told them.  
  • And for the pig he may have lost his brothers but he lived happily ever after in his little brick house.
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