Why Is Goldilocks Disrespectful

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Goldilocks is disrespectful because. she enters the bears house without their permission, broke their chair, ate their soup, slept in the little boys bed, also she didn't even say sorry for what she did to their house. Her mother tells her not to go in the woods be she doesn’t pay attention and goes ahead. as she goes into the woods the bears are about to leave to go out to do some shopping at the market. And goldilocks found a house in the middle of the woods. Then without questioning goes inside the house too see. she enters the bears house without their permission. As she enters the house she doesn’t realize that it belongs to bears and thinks it’s a person who lives in there not bears. She keeps on looking for who is living here and finds …show more content…
While Goldilocks was asleep the bears came back to their house that was once pretty when they left. They open the house to find everything okay until they went to the dining room and found as mess of bowls on the floor with soup all over the floor and a broken chair as well. They kept on looking to see if the person or animal was still in their house and found more trash in the living room. And finally went upstairs to and found nothing until they went to the little boy room and found Goldilocks sleeping, they poked her and she woke up to see three brown bears looking down at her and she was nervous and with fear of getting eaten she jump out of the window due to fear and never saw her again.
Goldilocks is rude because. she enters the bears house without their permission, broke their chair, ate their soup, slept in the little boys bed, also she didn't even say sorry for what she did to their house. Due to that actions she had done the bears started to rebuild their chairs ,the bowls and the beds she broke while she looting around their happy home. And papa bear was down right mad about everything but a least his family was safe from harm. For that the family got new door locks for there house. Finally Goldilocks was in big trouble for her actions by cleaning the farm for the next three

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