Rindercella by Archie Campbell
Once upon a time in a corn funtry, there lived a geautiful burl, and her
name was Rindercella. Now, Rindercella lived with her mugly other and her
two sad blisters. Also, in this same corn funtry, there was a very prandsome
hince. Now this prandsome hince was gonna have a bancy fall, and he invited
the people for riles amound. Especially the pitch reople!
Now Rindercella?s mugly other and her two sad blisters, they went out to
buy some drancy fesses, you know, to wear to this bancy fall, but Rindercella
couldn?t go, because all she had to wear was some old rirty dags. So finally
the night of the bancy fall arrived, and Rindercella couldn?t go, so she
just cat down and shried. She was kitten there shryin?, when all at once
there appeared before her, her gary mudfather! And he touched her with
his wagic mand. And there appeared before her a cage boach and hix white
sources, you know, to take her to the bancy fall. But he said, now, Rindercella,
you be sure and be home before nid might or I?ll purn you into a tumpkin!
So when Rindercella arrived at the bancy fall, this prandsome hince met
her at the door because he?d been watching all this time behind a widden
hindow. And Rindercella and the prandsome hince nanced all dight. And
they lell in fuv!
And all at once the midclock struck night and Rindercella staced down the
rairs, and just as she reached the bottom, she slopped her dripper! So
the next day the prandsome hince went all over this corn funtry, looking
for the geautiful burl who had slopped her dripper.
Finally he came to Rindercella?s house. Well, he tried it on her mugly
other and it fidn?t dit. He tried it on her two sigly usters and it fidn?t
dit. Then he tried it on Rindercella and it FID dit! It was exactly the
sight rise. So they got married and lived heavily after hampers.
Now the storal of the mory is this: if you go to a bancy fall and you wanna
have a prandsome hince lall in fuv with you, don?t forget to slop your dripper!