The Three Wishes

A poor woodcutter went to the forest to cut wood. He was about to cut an oak tree when a fairy appeared and begged him to spare the tree. The woodcutter was a kind man and did not cut the tree and the grateful fairy granted him three wishes. When he reached home he was hungry. He remembered the fairy and wished for black pudding. At once, he saw a bowl of the finest black pudding in front of him.

The woodcutter told his wife about the fairy but she did not believe him. To test her husband’s words, she wished that the pudding would stick on her husband’s nose. Suddenly, the pudding stuck on his nose! They tried hard to pull it off but it stuck hard. The woodcutter used his last wish and wished for the pudding to come out. The pudding came off and lay on a dish. So though they had the finest pudding for dinner, they had used up all the wishes.

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12 Responses to “The Three Wishes”

  1. it's not the match of my researching …. :3

  2. 😛

  3. that is the poor man and not woodcutter

  4. ay salamat nakita ko na rin .skrip namin 2 eh

  5. Nana Cool Samour on March 5th, 2014 at 4:48 pm

    its nice!!

  6. Nakita ko narin

  7. It's not good but ok it need to be better; it need a end thats will fit at the end of the story.

  8. It was supposed to be red meat

  9. it isn't match of what i am researching -/-

  10. It needs a better ending.

  11. It also needs better wishes.

  12. crapy way to use your wishes

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