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The Red Onion of Doom
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It's called
The Red Onion of Doom
because
you're not allowed to eat it
because
it's POISONOUS.

It's poisonous
because
inside the onion
there's something called
Hoobies,
and the Hoobies are poisonous
because they have some chemicals in them…
like chemicals that make things EXPLODE!

One day a little girl found
The Red Onion of Doom
laying on the grass
and she took it home to her mommy and daddy
and she wanted to eat it
but her mommy said,
"I know you like red onions, honey,
but you can't eat this one
because it's POISONOUS."

And then the little girl cried.

Have fun,
— Josie

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  1. Storyteller Jen 8 added to the children's story:

    And she cried and cried until her mommy said
    okay you can eat the onion

    so the little girl opened her mouth to take a bite

  2. Storyteller Jen's dad added to the children's story:

    But then the dad knocked the onion out of his precious little daughter's hand and it exploded at her feet.

  3. Storyteller John (6) added to the children's story:

    poisonous onions are for venemous snakes only. They are the only ones that don't get hurt by eating them. For them it is a delicacy.

  4. Storyteller Henry (11) added to the children's story:

    And that made the little girl even sadder.
    It's not fair! Why couldn't she be a venomous snake.

  5. Storyteller Mrs. Murphy’s Class (3rd grade) added to the children's story:

    Yes why couldn't she?

    So that night she went to bed crying and wishing upon a star until her fairy god mother snake slid under her covers and bit her turning the girl into a venomous snake.

  6. Storyteller Mrs. Murphy’s Class (3rd grade) added to the children's story:

    Ssssssssssssss
    Ssssssssssssssss
    Ssssssssssssssssssso happy
    sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssaid the little girl.

  7. Storyteller Tara (6) added to the children's story:

    She slithered down the stairs… but her mom and dad were already there and they had hidden The Red Onion of Doom. She was ssssssooo ssssssad that her mommy gave her only one clue…

  8. Storyteller Sarah (5) added to the children's story:

    It's sssssssssomewhere on the ground, sssssaid the mommy.
    Ssssssso the little ssssssssnake girl ssssssslide around the housssssssse looking for The Red Onion of Doom.

  9. Storyteller king of onions added to the children's story:

    ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION

  10. Storyteller king of onions added to the children's story:

    ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION ONION


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This children's story can be found in the My Baby Monsters Storytelling Library of Children's Stories, under All of Kids' Fantastic Dreams & Scary Nightmares. It was written by Josie (Daughter of My Baby Monsters and Child Storyteller) on Thursday, September 14th, 2006 at 7:43 pm (Josie Time, UTC +2).

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