Abandoned as a pup, he was taken under the paw of a wise old fox. This lone wolf went on to star in many fairy-tales:
He wishes to point out that he did not eat Red Riding Hood's grandma, who had in fact ran off with the milkmaid, and as for impersonating the grandma - this was merely to spare the feelings of that adorable little morsel, Red Riding Hood. And what does Mr Wolf get for his efforts? Some looney with an Axe running after him. Apparently this is what happens when you're a woodsman spending to much time alone in a fairytale forest, carving, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" all over and over all the trees.
Contrary to scandalous rumors spread by various porkist propagandists, 3 little runty piglets did NOT get the upper hand on him, but were in fact all of a suicidal tendency, and had volunteered to be eaten, despite the protests of Mr Wolf. Their houses are presently being let to students, meeting the usual low standards for such accommodation. pigs may make good scratchings, but they make lousy builders.
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