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The Awesome Fate of Mr. Wolf

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The Awesome Fate of Mr. Wolf Once upon a time I lived in an enormous, beautiful forest full of animals. Although I lived in a place where many others of my kind also lived, I was a very lonely wolf. I managed to build my own house and hunt my own prey, and I was one of the strongest animals in my forest. One day, I went to explore further lands and discover new places where I could get food. So I ran and ran as fast as a plane. I ran so fast I had to stop because I was so tired. I rested in front of the darkest lake I'd ever seen. I sat nearby the edge for a moment so that I could observe the beauty of the new place, when suddenly I noticed three houses and thought to myself: "I wonder if I have found what I came looking for." ...read more.

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So I ran to the corner and took a big bite out of the chocolate house. That collapsed it, so I ran inside and ate up the little pig. Unsatisfied, I went to the next house which was made out of candy, and knocked on the door screaming: "Please, let me come in!" Another little pig nervously answered: "No, there is no way I'm letting you in! M-m-m-m-m-m-m!" "Then I will eat all of this candy to get in." I ate all of the candy and ate up the little pig. Then I saw the third house and ran and ran as fast as a plane, loudly screaming: "Please, let me come in!" "No, there is no way I'm letting you in! ...read more.

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Then, suddenly I had an amazing idea. I decided to go down the chimney after the little pig. So I ran and ran, as fast as a plane. By the time I got there I was already furiously screaming: "Little pig, I've decided to come after you one way or another. I am coming down your chimney, little pig! Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha! The little pig was so frightened he almost did not react for a moment. So he thought very fast and went to his chimney to light the fire. When I came down the chimney I burnt in the fire and the little pig caught me by the leg and then I realized that the little pig was not quite so little. The little pig was huge! He was bigger than me so I ran away and never came back. Well, the big pig now lives peacefully ever after, and so do I. ...read more.

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