A small excerpt from the children's story 'The Three little Pigs'
Middle Aged (35-54)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
the big bad wolf went up to the little brick house. Little Biggs. Little Biggs opened the door and let me come in, not by the hair of my chinny chin Chin answered the frightened pigs. Then I'll have a puff and I'll blow your house in The big bad Wolf took a deep breath and huffed and puffed as hard as he could, but the little brick house was a strong and as safe as could be. This made the big bad wolf very angry. If I can't blow the house in, I'll go up on the roof and come down the chimney. Then I'll catch the three little pigs. But the pigs heard the wolf on the roof. They lit a fire at the bottom of the chimney and hung a big pot of water over it to boil. The big bad wolf didn't realise he was standing right above a pot of boiling water. Now I'll slide down the chimney. Splash! Yeah! Now the big bad wolf shot back up the chimney, jumped off the roof and scrambled away through the woods out. Wow! The big bad wolf never bothered the three Little pigs again, and they lived happily ever after.
Storyteller, Amusing, Attractive, Bubbly, Confident, Conversational, Easygoing, Friendly, Funny, Genuine, Charismatic, British (General)