The TRUE story of Little Red Riding Hood.

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Commercial Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

My class had to write a fairy tale from a different perspective and I chose Little Red Riding Hood.

"Hey, Red, may I have a look of what's in that basket of yours," I asked.

"No! It's for my grandma!"said Red getting defensive.

She got defensive because we wolves have a bad reputation of trouble makers. I, of course, had never harmed anything besides my meals before. 

After she said that I marched off to ask her again. A mile or two down the road I encountered her and asked,"You look tired maybe I can carry the basket for you?"

"No thank-you I don't have much left too go," she replied.

At that I took my leave and walked to her grandma's house.

When I got there I knocked on the door, but no one answered so I let myself in. I saw some clothes on the floor and put them on. I've always wondered how cloths felt so that's why I put them on. I decided they were uncomfortable, but right that moment some one knocked on the door so I dived into the bed.

"Come in," I called in a grandma voice.

Red, walked in and said,"Here Grandma I have some sandwiches for you." 

Red gave them to me, and right when I was about her real grandma walked in and exclaimed,"Hey Red how nice to see-Who's that in me bed!?!"

While they were startled I ran away with the basket. I ran to a clearing in the forest. I would of given the sandwiches back, but Red and her grandma were probably calling the cops on me. So, I ate all of the sandwiches.



The End.

Submitted: February 01, 2014

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Lol, that wolf is a trouble maker. :D Hehehe, nice excuse mr. wolf, you only ate them because they were calling the cops on you. Riiiiight.

Mon, December 1st, 2014 3:37am


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Sun, November 30th, 2014 7:40pm

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