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Three little wolves get houses knocked down by big bad pig.

Three little wolves get houses knocked down by big bad pig.

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  • The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig By Austin Blake Once, long ago there were three little wolves, building three houses, in the grassland. One was made of glass, one was made of paper, and the last one was made of steel. The wolves were gray, smart, and nice. One day the big bad pig went to the grasslands with big rocks in his basket. First he came to the glass house. Then he shouted, “Little wolf? Little wolf?! Are you in there?” nobody answered. The little wolf snuck out the back door to the paper house. Then the pig said, “I’ll smash! I’ll crash!! I’ll break the house down!!!” SMASH!!!! . The glass house fell to the ground in pieces. Then he went to the paper house and called, “Little wolf? Little wolf?! Are you in there?” nobody answered. The two wolves snuck out the back door to the steel house. Then the pig shouted, “I’ll smash! I’ll crash!! I’ll break the house down!!!” RIIIP!!! The house went down to the ground. Then he went to the steel house with the last rock in his hand. Then he called, “Little wolf? Little wolf?! Are you in there?” nobody answered. Then he shouted, “I’ll smash! I’ll crash! I’ll…” POW!!!! . There was a gunshot. The farmer had shot the big bad pig and then they ate him for Thanksgiving dinner. The End