Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Thanksgiving at the Gretel's...

Dysfunctional fairy tales.

So, after Hansel and Gretel murdered the witch by gassing her in the oven, and then robbing her, they returned home to find that their no-good father was a widower once again. Their wicked step-mother mysteriously died, and the kids were reunited with their dad for Thanksgiving. The End.


  1. Hey, Terry, do you serve hot chocolate with your story 1/2 minute?

  2. Ah, a chapter from The Cynic's Abridged version of the Brother's Grimm.

    It was in self-defense and they showed a great deal of charity and forgiveness toward their father. Taking the money, well, can't totally rationalize that one...maybe it would be considered prudent to not let the money go to waste :)

  3. Actually I serve shots of Kaluha at storytime.

    (I think the dad killed the mother and step-mother.)

  4. I can't remember this story completely; it has been a while since I read from the Grimm's fairytales. I will tell you that in this presentation I see a little bit of O.J., Britney, and a little bit of the half-dozen or so cases of missing people making headlines on CNN..

    I once read that the evil stepmother had ties to organized crime.

    I wonder how Nancy Grace would talk about the witch.:0)


  5. Anonymous12:51 AM

    I am not an evil stepmom...but I am a wicked one! (and there is a difference LOL)

  6. Anonymous8:36 AM

    Nice story! lol

  7. Ahhhh, Terry, I don't think I'll be able to make it over to your place for Thanksgiving, for Christmas, or perhaps any other time, either.

  8. Anonymous2:04 AM

    Not murder -- self defense!!!

    Funny! You need to write more of these. I bet you can get them published somewhere. Teens and mad-magazine readers would gobble them up ;-)

    Gobble, hehehe...speaking of which, "happy turkey day"!


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