Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Little Red Riding Hood
By Sarah Jane White
The wolf ate Grandmother. The wolf ate Little Red Riding Hood’s grandmother. But Little Red Riding Hood got out her holster, she was wearing a belt with a pistol and a holster, and the pistol was cocked, and she shot the wolf. She tore the wolf open and shot the wolf open and got Grandmother. I had a dream that Grandmother was alive. She is alive. She shot the wolf open, and Grandmother was alive. They had wolf stew for supper. And fox stew for supper. A fox was going to eat Little Red Riding Hood, and one of her bullets stuck to the fox’s shoulder and the wolf was bleeding and dead. And the fox was bleeding and dead. And she twisted their paws.