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I think:

the wolf is a metaphor for a man who appears charming but is really some horrible guy preying on pretty young girls, stealing their virginity and innocence. So the moral is for young girls to be cautious of guys who appear "too good to be true" or "wolves in sheep's clothing" if you will.

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as the werewolf, and the canabalised grandma?

Or don't go int the woods

or don't sray from the path

or don't talk to strangers

or let your senile old folk live with you

or PUT GRANDMA IN AN OLD FOLKS HOME!

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straight from the most trusted source on the web, wikipedia :P

"The tale makes the clearest contrast between the safe world of the village and the dangers of the forest, conventional antitheses that are essentially medieval, though no versions are as old as that. It also seems to be a strong morality tale, teaching children not to "wander off the path"."

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The only thing I get is that younger flesh tastes better. The wolf was waiting for red riding hood because she was young and succulent., Clearly grandma wasn't a very tasty meal or else he would have quit with her. Obviously the moral of the story is to always be prepared with barbecue sauce. Grandma would have tasted better and the wolf wouldn't have stayed and gotten killed by a homicidal axeman.

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straight from the most trusted source on the web, wikipedia :P

"The tale makes the clearest contrast between the safe world of the village and the dangers of the forest, conventional antitheses that are essentially medieval, though no versions are as old as that. It also seems to be a strong morality tale, teaching children not to "wander off the path"."

it maby a 1 but its not the origanal 1

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The only thing I get is that younger flesh tastes better. The wolf was waiting for red riding hood because she was young and succulent., Clearly grandma wasn't a very tasty meal or else he would have quit with her. Obviously the moral of the story is to always be prepared with barbecue sauce. Grandma would have tasted better and the wolf wouldn't have stayed and gotten killed by a homicidal axeman.

no. and anyway its the moral

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