Three Little Pigs
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Ferocious, savage, ruthless is he. Barbaric, appalling, brash; flee. No mercy needed. He, must be defeated. Chased out by scorn. Enigma born. Straws to flame. Sticks to sunder.
Once upon a time, there were three little pigs They were female, with legs like twigs They disobeyed the social construct Sexism: from their lives it was plucked
Once upon a time a wolf attended a school a school that was considered to good for his kind a school were only rich little pigges could spend time but the wolf was smart and the school let him in
Once upon a time Wolf and three pigs were builders Who each built good homes
Did the wolf huff and puff? Or is the tale twisted? To light the pup lame, As the pigs had fixed it. Your dog sought companionship, In pigs with extensive materials.
Did the wolf huff and puff? Or is the tale twisted? To light the pup lame, As the pigs had fixed it. Your dog saught new companionship, In pigs with extensive materials,
Once upon a time A group of pigs lived on the same street They were friends and despised the rich They saw their neighbor get it in a cinch He had the cash and hid quite a large stash In a safe
Once upon a time A wolf was abandoned by his mother. With no sisters nor brothers, He became a family of one. Days of roaming alone became weeks. Then months. Then years.
Apparently, I am a big bad canine, but that stereotype just ain't mine. I didn't mean to scare those pigs, maybe they shouldn't have made a house out of twigs. I had a cold that day, oh my dismay.
In Baconville, USA resided three karate masters. Extraordinary pigs named Billy, Blanco, and Baxter. One more tournament, one more fight. One last round and they'll be done for life.