Once upon a time there was a little sweet and innocent girl. Everyone who saw her always greeted her and she never thought of anything else, but to greet back. Her grandmother and mother always told her that if someone was being nice to you then you should always be nice back. She believed in what her mother and grandmother always told her, because she wanted to make them proud and happy. Her grandmother always gave her presents of some sort. One day her grandmother gave her a red moredale quilted coat. She loved it so much that everyone called her Little Red Riding Coat.
The girl’s mother needed her to take saltine crackers, cokes, and cough syrup to her grandmother because she was sick. Her mother always told her to never stop for anyone or anything in her tracks, and if she did then something might happen to her, and her grandma would receive nothing. Her grandma lived on the other side of town, but you had to go through everything to get there. Little Red Riding Coat promised her mom that she would get the items to her grandmother.
She headed over to her grandmothers and everyone kept greeting her saying, "Hey Little Red Riding Coat." She then reached a different, sketchy, part of town where you do not see much of anyone or anything, when Little Red Riding Coat heard her name and stopped to ask, "Who is there?" She was not terrified at all, as to she always comes through this dark area. A vicious dog comes out to greet Little Red Riding Coat.
"Hello Little Red Riding Coat."
"Oh well hello there, dog."
"What are you doing in this part of town?” said dog. Little Red Riding Coat replied, "Going to Grandmothers."
"What have you got in your grandiose coat Little Red Riding Coat?"
"Grandmother has a cold, ...
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...howed Little Red Riding Coat and the grandmother that the dog was passed out and he was going to be put away for good. They were both relieved and Little Red Riding Coat remembered that she needed to give her grandmother the saltine crackers, cokes, cough syrup, and flowers that she brought to her. The grandmother ate, drank, and sniffed as Little Red Riding Coat thought to herself that she was never going to stop for anything anymore, even if she hears her name being called out in a strange place.
Little Red Riding Coat had to take her grandmother some more goodies, but this time it was for her to bake some food. Little Red Riding Coat reminded herself that she was never going to stop for anything ever again. She heard her name in the same place she heard it before, but she never stopped. Little Red Riding Coat and her grandmother lived happily ever after, The End.
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