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Little Red knew exactly what her mother wanted since she had gone along to Grandmas house many times before Being in the phallic stage Little Red was always modeling her mothers behavior As Little Red skipped along the path a big but not too bad looking wolf approached her and asked Where are you going Not yet into logical thinking about the dangers of playing with a wolf Little Red decided to create a fantasy game of hide and seek She was going to complete the task mommy gave her but she was going to have fun doing it In her egocentric way of thinking Little Red made the rules for how they would play the game The wolf would play the role of Little Red and she would play the role of the wolf Little Reds jacket barely fit the big wolf but at her stage of mental development she showed little empathy for him Now take these herbs to Grandma like a good little girl she said to the wolf No sooner had the wolf finished gobbling up Grandma and changing into her clothes did Little Red appear in the doorway At her stage of mental development Little Red was quite curious why her Grandma had such pointy ears She asked Grandma why is your nose so big why are your teeth so big and whats up with your stomach Before the wolf could respond Goldilocks and three of his oddly sized friends showed up Having just entered the adolescent stage Goldilocks had a cigarette hanging out of his mouth while he talked to his mom on a cell phone Goldilocks knew smoking was bad but he wanted his bear friends to like him and he thought it made him look cool in front of all the other forest creatures Being in the operational stage of mental development Goldilocks used abstract thinking to determine that the person in the
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