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The Three Vertically Challenged Pigs.

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The Three Vertically Challenged Pigs (only by name not by nature) Once upon a time there were three vertically challenged pigs, which were most pleasant by nature and did not live up to their title. The pigs, which must not be assumed to be male or female due to sexism, decided one day that upstanding members of the animal civilisation such as themselves need independence. So, rather than attend a rally to fight their cause, they proceeded to leave the dwelling of their mother and build healthy housing for themselves. The first vertically challenged pig decided to build his/her house out of straw, and saw it as a great eco-friendly movement. The second vertically challenged pig built his/her house out of sticks, unaware that s/he was contributing to global deforestation. ...read more.


The uncivilised wolf was not impressed by our pigs protests, and proceeded to blow - or rather exhale air from his lungs onto the house and down it fell. Leaving our pig to be eaten by the carnivored natured wolf. The next night the wolf was again out on the prowl, and instead of heading down the local shop for some healthy sugar free snacks, it decided to seek out another pig, this time our second, in his/her stick house. "Let me in, let me in little pig or I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blo... okay exhale air so that your house falls down!" Our second pig was confident enough in its own sexuality to challenge the wolf. "My house is made out of wood, and cannot fall down!" ...read more.


But the wolf was a determined coming of age wolf and he climbed up on the roof to look for a way into the brick house. The vertically challenged pig saw the wolf climb up on the roof and lit a roaring fire in the fireplace and placed on it a large kettle of water. The pig did this purely out of innocence, so that if the wolf came in, he might be able to have a cup of tea, and no attempt of murder was thought of. When the wolf finally found the hole in the chimney he crawled down and went KERSPLASH right into that kettle of water and that was the end of his troubles with the poor uneducated wolf. The wolf's remains were buried in the local cemetery and he was remembered fondly, as everyone believed in forgiveness. The End. Suzanne Keller 12SA - English Literature CW ...read more.

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