Big Bad Wolf
It was a Friday afternoon, on Yum Kippur. This year, I decided I was going to do the right thing and fast. I hadn't fasted in five years, and I must admit I was feeling a little guilty about it. So, it was mid afternoon as I was walking back from the Synagogue, and to say I was very hungry would be an understatement. My stomach was growling, and I was beginning to get a headache from not having anything to eat in so long. I really did want to follow Yum Kippur tradition but my animal instincts told me that I had to eat something and I had to eat a lot!

I spotted a little girl in the woods. Her name was Little Red Riding Hood. I didn't want to eat her right then and there because I feared that the townspeople would see me. So I figured I'd ask her what she was doing and I decided I'd come for her later. Besides, she wasn't exactly enough to satisfy my wolf sized hunger; she was a good appetizer, but not a main course. I wanted to keep her in the woods, so I told her to gather some more daisies. Since she told me that she was going to her grandmother's house, I disguised myself as the girl so I could gain entry. I got into her grandmothers house and gobbled her up immediately. I was so hungry that I didn't even take the time to chew. Then, I was happy to see the girl arrive next. I swallowed her up and it was so delicious. My hunger was satisfied, and things seemed too good to be true, and I was right.

A Woodsman came to the cabin, slit m stomach open and took them out. I called 911 and rushed to the hospital to get my stomach stitched up. I learned a very important lesson from this sequence of events; Always fast on Yum Kippur!!