The True Story of The Three Little Pigs
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Oh no I have not got any sugar yet, but i do have dinner!
Oh no I have not got any sugar still but i do have a second dinner!
AL the wolf is out of sugar. He needs sugar for his Grandmother's birthday cake. Looks like he will resolve to his neighbor's, little pigs one, two, and three.
I need sugar for my Granny's birthday cake!
Never, Your Granny can go sit on a pin!
At the first little pigs house was made out of straw. The wolf calls out ''Little Pig Little Pig, can i borrow a cup of sugar." No answer from the little pig. The wolf felt a sneeze coming on, "achooooooooooo" The house blew away and the wolf killed the little pig and ate the pig up for dinner.
LET ME IN!!!!!!!!!!!!
You under arrest!
The wolf went to the second little pig's house. This house was made out of sticks. The wolf called, "Mr. Pig, Mr. Pig, you in there." "Go away" the pig yelled. The wolf felt a sneeze coming on. "achooooooooooooo" The house blew down and the wolf killed the second little pig, and ate him right up for a second dinner.
The wolf made his way to the third little pigs house. The wolf still had no sugar. The wolf shouted "Mr. Pig, Mr. Pig, you in there." "Get out of here.' the third little pig yelled. "But i need sugar for my grandmas birthday cake, achoooooo." The house was still up. "Your granny can go sit on a pin!" said the little pig.
The wolf was angry that the pig had talked about his granny like that. "LET ME IN, LET ME IN" the wolf shouted, well he was banging on the door. Then the and saw the wolf banging on the pigs door cops showed up
Later the news reporters showed up and jazzed the story up and added the big and bad part. The news reporters even found out that the wolf ate the two other little pigs. The lesson of this story is never to believe one side of a story.
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