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  • Once upon a time,in a little village at the bottom of a hill,lived a young man named Jack.Jack was a normal heterosexual lad and fancied the girl living next door whose name was Jill.

    Jack tried every which way he could to get his wicked way with Jill,but was always rebuffed.One day he had a brilliant idea,so he asked Jill to go up the hill with him to get a bucket of water.The only water in the village came from a well at the top of the hill.

    Jill felt very sorry for Jack,going up the hill on his own,so,she packed her sewing things into her purse along with othe necessary things like facepaints and her credit card and they set off up the hill carrying the bucket between them.

    When they got to the top,Jack trundled off with the bucket whilst Jill sat down and started to do her sewing.After a while it got dark,so Jill put her sewing away and went to look for Jack.She found him standing at the well filling his bucket."Not yet full?" she inquired"No" he said,so Jill went and had a look."Its no good " she said "theres a hole in your bucket".With that she emptied the bucket out,got out her sewing kit and stitched up the hole (Thwarting Jack's evil designs)."Now fill it up " she said ,which Jack did and they grasped the bucket and started back down to the village,

    Before they could get to the village the bucket sprang a leak again,so Jill being a clever girl stuck her thumb in the hole."Quickly" said Jack "we had better go straight into my house " and he led her right into his bedroom where Jill pulled her thumb out.Needless to say they were both soaked.Jack said " We must be quick and get our clothes dry before my Mam comes home",So they took off their clothes,hung them on the line and jumped into bed together to keep warm whilst the clothes dried.

    When Jacks Mam came home,she hit him over the head and broke his crown.Several months later,Jack and Jill went up the hill,pushing a pram, to get some water.

    The End
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