Fairy Tale Madness!!!
|Join the fun! Find the rules HERE!|
I have the funnest friends...they are twisted and strange and come up with cool blogfests like this one!!!
Thanks to Cassie Mae, Morgan Shamy, Mark Koopmans, Leigh Covington...the fabulous judges who will be choosing best entries in the following categories:
Best Plot Twist
Best Love Story
Best Comic Releif
Now I like the Team Love Story picture the best, because it's pretty, but I'm willing to be considered for any category. Though, I must say ahead of time. Mine is a serious entry, complete with the obligatory moral and everything.
50 Shades of Red
Once upon a time, an innocent young girl ventured into the Forbidden Forest. The pounding of her heart and the butterflies in her stomach warned her that she wasn’t alone in the dense wood. Looking over her shoulder, she saw a pair of eyes.
They were grey and held all the magic and mystery of a stormy sky. Those eyes lured her closer, closer, until she could smell the wild scent of the beast. He was a wolf. A wolf with REALLY big paws.
Intrigued, she reached out and stroked his fur, caressing the silken strands, digging her fingers below the hair to the warm flesh beneath. She let out a breathy moan and whispered, “Please, Mr. Grey Wolf, take me to your lair and I’ll make your every fantasy come true.”
So, the wolf took Little Red back to his den…after stopping by the adult store for a Kama Sutra.
After 50 days of splendor, pulled muscles, and rope burns, Red broke away from her love nest because she had an itch. An itch that only the Witch at the Happily Ever After Health Department could cure.
The Witch drew blood; chanting as she stirred her cauldron, “Bubble, bubble, boil, and bubble…drop your drawers and you’ll have trouble.”
She turned to Red, “Looks like you have 50 Shades of Red…from rusty to angry, oozing crimson.”
“Oh no! This can’t be so! What shall I do? Please, dear Witch, stop this infuriating itch.”
The Witch handed her a leather pouch. “Take this Penicillin Potion three times a day for the next ten days, and remember, don’t trust the Wolf, no matter how magic his eyes. Save your flexibility for Trojan Guy.”
The moral of the story? Trust the Wolf and you may get burned…especially when you pee.