L’Artisan Parfumeur Méchant Loup

L’Artisan Parfumeur Méchant Loup

The Story of Little Red Riding Hood by The Dandygal

Little Red Riding Hood lived with her mother in a smallish town near the woods. One day her mother said: “My girl, I have packed this basket with goodies for your grandmother who lives all alone in the woods. Bring it to her, but be careful. Do not get off the main way.”

So Little Red Hiding Hood went into the woods. Her basket was filled with honey cakes, the kind made with very dark honey and not too sweet, just like grandmother liked them. There was also a small bottle of bitters, because lets face it, that was way more useful than a bottle of red wine if you’re an old lady living alone in the woods. There were some more sweets such as liquorice plus hazels and chestnuts, for grandma liked her sweets not too sweet. There was also a small bottle of black pepper in the basket since a woman cannot life off sweets alone.

The woods were dark, but Little Red Riding Hood kept walking. She passed some lumberjacks who were busy cutting logs of wood. They waved to her and kept on working. Farther into the woods Litle Red Riding Hood was distracted by a pretty tree and the very dark green smells surrounding it when a voice called to her.

“My, my, who is this pretty girl walking all alone in the woods and smelling just so nice?”

Little Red Riding Hood turned around and saw a wolf standing on the other side of the trail. She was afraid but her mother had taught her good manners so she answered: “I am Little Red Riding Hood, Mister Wolf. And thank you for the compliment – that is a perfume from the big city. It’s Méchant Loup by L’Artisan Parfumeur.”

And thusly, the wolf learned that he liked niche perfume much better than little girls and he wandered off to get himself a full bottle. Nobody was eaten and everyone lived their perfumista life happily ever after.

The end.

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