Part III: What Happens a Cappella? (Chapter 47)


You’re so much like your mother, before she turned bad, and I wouldn’t want that to happen to my little Candy Cuddler, so listen to me when I tell you how to be good.

I can’t believe how naughty your mother is, and you don’t want to be like her, do you?

Of course not. Now listen to your Auntie. I’m going to buy you a pretty blue dress for your birthday.

Four years old, such a big girl now. Seems like just yesterday you were born...

You want to go to the little girl shop and help pick it out? Okay, first you must throw away that old dress you’re wearing.

Because it’s all worn out, and pretty little girls don’t wear old clothes.


Now, put on this skirt and blouse.

That’s a good girl now. That’s it.

Now stuff that rag into the trash can and squash it down with your foot.

Ah, that’s it. Good, good girl. Bad, bad dress.

We’ll put it out for the garbage man RIGHT NOW.

Hmmm-mmm. You’re getting a little tummy, aren’t you? And we can’t have that.

Your Unkie, God rest his miserable soul, loved pretty women and dresses.

Why do you think I’ve kept my figure for so long...?

Oh, you’re too little to understand, but some day...

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