Rindercella And The Prandsome Hince

Once upon a time in a coreign fountry there was a geautiful birl, whose name was Rindercella. Rindercella had a mugly other and two sisty uglers. Also in this coreign fountry there was a prandsome hince and the prandsome hince was going to have a bancy fall.

Rindercella’s mugly other and her two sisty uglers went out and bought dancy fresses for the bancy fall but poor Rindercella couldn’t go because she had nothing but rirty dags.

On the night of the bancy fall, Rindercella’s mugly other  and her two sisty uglers put on their dancy fresses and went to the bancy fall. And since poor Rindercella couldn’t go she cat down and sried.

Suddenly, her gairy fodmother appeared before her and touched her with her wagic mond and turned her into a peautiful brincess and then gave her a kig boach and hix sorces so Rindercella could go to the bancy fall.

So off went Rindercella.

When she got to the bancy fall the prandsome hince det her at the moor. He had watched her come up in her kig boach and hix sorses from a widden hindow.

Rindercella and the prandsome hince nanced all light dong and the prandsome hince lell in fove with Rindercella. When the prandsome hince was just about to quop the prestion, Rindercella heard the moke of stridnight so she turned, straced down the rairs and when she got to the stottom blep she slopped her dripper.

The next day the prandsome hince went all over his coreign fountry looking for the geautiful birl who had slopped her dripper. When he got to Rindercella’s house he tried it on her mugly other, but it fidn’t dit.

He tried it on her two sisty uglers but it fidn’t dit.

He tried it on Rindercella and it fid dit.

So they were mappily harried and lived mappily ever hafter.

Now, the storal of the mory is this: If you go to a bancy fall and you want a pransome hince to loll in fove with you, don’t forget to slop your dripper.

Performed by Carchie Ampbell on Hee Haw, sack in the bixties.


8 thoughts on “Rindercella”

  1. I suppose it takes a person like me, with a learning disability, to actually be able to read it. However, had I known that slopping my dripper was important for success, I might have considered it. 🙂


      1. I used to amaze classmates by reading stuff upside down in a mirror. I told them if I couldn’t read it like that, I wouldn’t be able to read. 🙂 You get used to the patterns in words and the length can tell you a lot about the phrase.

        I can see why your child with a neuro-developmental disorder thought it was funny. He will probably think that neuro-developmental is a strange hybrid work, however that’s what Autism spectrum, Tourette’s and other disorders are thrown together in the new DSM. I actually wrote a blog about that a while back.


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