Little Red Riding Hood’s Spiral Into Therapy It All Started….
One day far away in the woods Little Red Riding hood was sent to her sick grandmothers house to take her a basket of food.
While on her journey through the woods, she ran into a very friendly wolf. He asked her “Where are you going little girl?” She stupidly replied, “I am going to my sick grandmothers house to take her a basket of food.” “AH HA,” he replied, “Have a nice day.” She continued on her way until she arrived at her grandmas house.
The wolf sneaks into Grandma’s house tears off her nightie and throws her into the closet.
The wolf then quickly puts on grandma’s nightie and jumps into bed.
Little Red Riding Hood arrived at Granny’s house to find her laying in bed. However, she had really big eyes, ears and a big mouth.
Granny turned out to be “the wolf.” The wolf ate Little Red Riding Hood.
There was a knock at the door, the woodsman entered. He was shocked and surprised to encounter the wolf. Quickly, he took action, and threw the wolf on the kitchen table.
The woodsman grabbed his axe with Arnold Schwrchenegger-like intensity and carefully chopped the wolf into bits and carefully removed Little Red Riding Hood from his belly. She was confused, but unharmed. She didn’t know it would take her years to recover.