Thursday, July 28, 2016

It's Not Easy Being Bad



It wasn't easy growing up bad. He couldn't help it - he was just born that way. No matter how many times he tried to be nice just to fit in, it never felt right. In fact, he was never happier than when he could make the other animals tremble in fear. It was such a rush! He especially liked picking on the three pig brothers. Little squealers - always trying to be nice to him. He couldn't stand it!

Growing up, he'd gotten warning after warning from everyone telling him his behavior would lead to big trouble. He ignored them. How could any trouble come to him? He towered over every other living thing! He could squash them like bugs if he wanted to. He WAS the TROUBLE.

His greatest accomplishment was his ability to fill his enormous lungs with air and blow nearly everything to smithereens. He practiced every day, and soon he could blow down fences, trees and even farm wagons! Any pip squeak who got in his way got blown down hard! Everyone was afraid of him, and he loved it!

Eventually, like all bullies who refuse to change, he did get into trouble. He began blowing down straw and wooden houses in the village. Everyone was terrified! Who would be next? After two of the nicest pigs had their dream homes blown down, the sheriff decided enough was enough! It took eight strong bears to do the job, but they finally put the Big Bad Wolf in jail, No matter how hard he huffed and puffed, those concrete walls and iron bars were never coming down.

What will happen to the Big Bad Wolf? Will he get out of jail? Will he be scared straight? Will he change his ways? Is the village safe? Check back soon to find out...

16 comments:

  1. Oh wow! He looks awesome! Can't wait to see where he fits into this little story you're creating.

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    1. Oh yes! Just wait until you see where its "heading"... (snickering)

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  2. "Scared Straight?"- hahhahhhahh This story is even better than the original!

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    1. Thanks you, Elizabeth! My humor tends to run along the edges!

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  3. Hahaha! I laughed out loud when I saw the thumbnail picture on my reading list. I knew immediately who it was and to which blog this bad boy belonged to. Great post!

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    1. Ha ha! Thank you, Sam! I'm glad that coffee did not shoot out of your nose! That sometimes happens to my readers! :O)

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  4. Much needed Humor in the mini world! Love it.

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    1. Thank you, Kat! I agree! We are supposed to be having fun! My twisted sense of humor is responsible for the dispensary and the bigfoot shop, so you never know what I might come up with next! I'm glad you enjoy it, too!

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  5. I can almost hear the ominous music slowly building in the background of that last paragraph! LOL, I can hardly wait for the next instalment of this lupine vs. porcine saga!

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    1. Thank you, Shelley! As I get farther along, I feel like I do when nearing the end of an awesome book - slow down, savor it, make it last because I get so sad when I finish it!

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  6. Hello Jodi,
    There is nothing in this world I hate more then a bully. That being said, as I sit here eating eggs, sausages and bacon for breakfast, I can't help but wonder if the wolf was after the pigs because he was hungry?!
    That was a great story Jodi. I love it when a miniature p[roject has a real story to back it.
    Big hug
    Giac

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    1. Me too, Giac! My poor daughter (29 now) was brought to tears so many times by one particular kid. That's the closest I ever got to beating up a second grader, lol! There was not much bully awareness back then, and it was hard to get anyone to take it seriously. Go forward consciousness!

      I think the difference between a normal predator and a psychopath is whether or not they first "play" with their food. But I love me some pork for breakfast, too! :O)

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    1. Good luck with the drawing, Niele! The winner will be so lucky to have one of your delicious looking scenes!

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  8. I love it when miniatures get a little naughty! Can't wait to see what happens to BBW!

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    1. I know, right! When I was looking for all of the "glassware" for the dispensary I came across a perfectly sized and detailed package of Trojan condoms with an actual foil wrapped condom. I haven't found a good project to place them in yet, but I still love looking at them whenever I come across them! Maybe one day I'll come across a vibrator mini and load both of then in a nightstand drawer! ;O)

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