The NRA’s top 11 reimagined classic children’s stories

April 15, 2016 Originally published on SFGate

The world of make-believe can be a scary place, but never fear: Thanks to a series of reimagined fairy tales published online by the National Rifle Association, classic characters like Hansel and Gretel are now packing heat.NY Times

  1. Where the Wild Things Are and You Can Shoot Them Dead on Private Texas Game Reserve for $10,000
  2. Harold and the Purple Crayon and the Glock Semiautomatic That Massacred 27 People at a Movie Theater in Yet Another Bout of White Male Rage That’s Definitely Not Terrorism
  3. Goodnight Moon See You In Hell Blam Blam Blam
  4. Harriet the Spy Takes Out Her Parents After Discovering They Ate the Last Cupcake
  5. The Ugly Duckling: Back on Campus – Who’s Ugly Now
  6. Alice in Wonderland, Where Wonderland is Full of Strange Foreign People and Alice is Actually a Racist Shotgun from South Carolina
  7. Curious George Wonders for the Last Time What’s This Shiny Metal Thing in Ted’s Dresser Drawer
  8. The Giving Tree Takes It All Back In Shooting Spree That Leaves Nine Dead
  9. Black Beauty, and Other Fun Nicknames for the Firearm You Can Bring to Church to Impress Jesus
  10. Winnie the Pooh’s Hysterical Sugar Rush: Tigger’s Last Day
  11. The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a Leech on Society and Should Be Taken Out

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