The Three Crooked Little Pigs

Once upon a time, the wolf an investor was scammed

By a local syndicate of insurance pigs

Who got him to pay for their houses with extra to spare

In debt, he sent a letter asking them to pay

“You little pigs let me get my money”

The pigs sent a letter back

“We got all the money in a leather sack

And you're not getting it back”

So the pigs prepared a plan

They split the money in pans

Running to their new houses to hide

The wolf found a pig who hid in a shack of straw

“Little pig Little pig give me my money back”

“No no you will never get it back”

“Then I will blow you away”

And the wolf took a turbofan jet engine

He invested in turning it on

He blew the house away

Sending the pig running to the next pig's house

Made of a log cabin in the mountains

“Little pig Little pig give me my money back”

“No no you will never get it back”

“Then I will blow you away”

Setting his fan to high

The air smashed the log cabin to the sky

Finally, both of the pigs went to their last house

Made of brick and steel

The wolf came in an angry tone

“Little pig Little pig give me my money back”

“No no you will never get it back”

“Then I will blow you away”

he laughs as he expects the pigs fall

Turning on the fan the building still stands tall

Wolfs last plan he sneaks through the garbage disposal

His plan is so far successful leaving hopeful

The pigs planned a trap falling into their lap

With a clang, the wolf dropped from the garbage disposal

Falling into the trap of boiling water

With a splash and a crash the wolf whimpered

They cackled in laughter

As police sirens bellowed outside.

 

 

 

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