Fairy tale Essay

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fairy tale

"ARGH! I'm going to get you, you little brat!" screamed Taylor, a 14 year old native of
Calgary, Alberta. Taylor whizzed around the corner to beat up her little brother Jay. "Ha!
I got you Boomer!" exclaimed Taylor.

"I'm gonna tell mom and your gonna be in trouble ! he he." replied Jay.
As soon as Jay made that remark Taylor let him free. Jay knew that saying that he'll tell
on her would convince her to let him go anytime, so he ran around her and pulled her long
auburn hair. Taylor's soft green eyes all of a sudden turned hard, dry, furious green as
she grabbed him by the collar of his shirt and threw him out in the stormy cold air
outside and locked the door.

"Let me in, I'm not a dog!" yelled Jay. "Oh yes you are." replied Taylor, and she grabbed
a book and spoke gibberish to the ceiling. All of a sudden Jay started feeling funny in
his tubby stomach. When Taylor was done gibber jabbering, she opened the door and said,
"Come here boy."

When Jay saw her, it looked like she had grown about three feet because all he could see
was her knees. He walked in and sat down, looked at the black screen and saw a reflection
of a beautiful golden retriever.

"You got a new dog Taylor!?" asked Jay. "You weren't mad at me, Taylor. You just threw me
outside because you didn't want me to see the new dog yet!" exclaimed Jay.

"That is what you think" said Taylor. Jay stared at her in confusion while Taylor got a
mirror. She showed him what he was. He was a dog. He screamed, but actually he barked
while running in circles chasing his tale without even knowing it. Taylor hooked up his
leash on his collar and called the Humane Society. They were there in less than ten
minutes to pick up Jay. T

They picked him up but he noticed this wasn't an ordinary dog catcher. This dog catcher
was his mom. She picked him up and threw him in a cage, and they drove for hours until
they finally stopped at a laboratory. She put him in a small cage with 5 other dogs. One
dog started talking to him and said, "Jay? Is that you, Jay?" Jay said yes. "I'm Juan,
your best friend," he said.

Juan told Jay that Taylor wasn't his real sister but that she was a remake of the Wicked
Witch of the West of the movie Wizard of Oz. So Jay and Juan broke out of the cage and
started home. While walking they ran into a man with three legs, two tongues, and a really
big nose. The man gave them a biscuit for each of them and told them his name was Rufus.
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