Cinderella

I guess you think you know this story. You don’t. The real one’s much more gory. The phoney one, the one you know, Was cooked up years and years ago, And made to sound all soft and sappy, Just to keep the children happy.

Mind you, they got the first bit right, The bit where, in the dead of night,The Ugly Sisters, jewels and all, Departed for the Palace Ball, While darling little Cinderella Was locked up in a slimy cellar, Where rats who wanted things to eat,Began to nibble at her feet.

She bellowed ‘Help!’ and ‘Let me out!’. The Magic Fairy heard her shout.

Appearing in a blaze of light, She said, ‘My dear, are you all right?’ ‘All right?’cried Cindy. ‘Can’t you see ‘I feel as rotten as can be!’

She beat her fist against the wall, And shouted, ‘Get me to the Ball! There is a Disco at the Palace!The rest have gone and I am jealous! I want a dress! I want a coach! And earrings and a diamond brooch!

‘And silver slippers, two of those! And lovely nylon panty-hose!

‘Done up like that I’ll guarantee, the handsome Prince will fall for me!' The Fairy said, ‘Hang on a tick.’ She gave her wand a mighty flick and quickly, in no time at all, Cindy was at the Palace Ball!

It made the Ugly Sisters wince to see her dancing with the Prince. She held him very tight and pressed herself against his manly chest. The Prince himself was turned to pulp, all he could do was gasp and gulp.

Then midnight struck. She shouted, ‘Heck! I’ve got to run to save my neck!’. The Prince cried, ‘No! Alas! Alack!’. He grabbed her dress to hold her back.As Cindy shouted, ‘Let me go!’. The dress was ripped from head to toe.

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