The Wolf and The Kid

When Mother Goat was going out, she had to say something to her daughter.


Maggie, please look after the house while I go out.


Okay Mum, I will. [She looks the door for her.]

The wolf sneaks past the mother goat and then begins knocking on the door.


Knock, knock I want to enter.

The kid didn’t respond so he had to find another way by opening the window, then she notices him.


Boy! Why did you want to come here?


I’m goat.

Maggy [losing her cool]:

You’re no goat, show me your hands.

He shows it to her but she pushes him away and securely locks the window as the wolf leaves.

Mother Goat comes back and brings her something.


You did a good job at guarding the house, Maggy.


Mum, the wolf wanted to go inside and thinks he’s goat but he’s not so I got him out.


Good one, I’ll give something.

Then both goats ate the flowers and happily ever after.

The first coconut

The house has a garden with several trees around, varying from flowering trees to fruit trees as the family were watering the plants and then the girl approached her father.

Girl [looking at him]:

Father, please give me a coconut fruit.

The father was horrified, looking at the orchard where there’s no coconut.


Sir, I want a coconut please.

Then the two went out, looking for one but the more they looked the more they realised there’s nothing in here.


Aw shucks, there’s no coconut for me.


Maybe tomorrow, we will.

The next day, both the father and the girl planted seeds, the girl tried to find another seed in the other corner but she got more of the same thing and then she turned to her mother, looking for something.


Mum, I really want a coconut.


Sorry, we don’t have coconuts so content yourself with a guava.

Girl [stomping]:

Awww…no I don’t want no stinking guava.

Mother [pointing her finger at her]:

Then you be content with what’s there in the house!

The girl gets a guava, half pissed and upon eating it she began spitting out the seeds but she also started getting hairy, then the next day the father and mother try to look for her in every room. Going through the library, bedroom, kitchen and dinning room in her room there lies a coconut.


Developing in Ways Unanticipated

I said before that even if fictional characters don’t necessarily age in real time, they still develop in ways the original author or the author still working on those don’t necessarily except nor anticipate. Something like arguably how Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures has a character called Josuke Higashikawa who’s quick to anger when mocked in Diamond is Unbreakable but by the time he was reintroduced in Jojolion he’s significantly calmer (as far as I recall).

Some of the changes might be intentional but arguably from a certain perspective characterse and stories will still develop in ways not anticipated nor intended at some point, something like Poison Ivy being intended to be a villain but subsequent stories make her significantly more sympathetic and a close friend of Harley Quinn (who also became more sympathetically portrayed).

That’s always possible even if these are things writers do not intend to but happen inevitably whether if they have new interests, new perspectives or sympathies.