A Shakespearian Retelling of The Three Little Pigs

This is very, very funny, readers! If you have not yet had the pleasure of watching Dry Bar Comedy, a channel where the comedians avoid cursing and foul language, then you may have missed this part of John Branyan’s act. That includes this stellar version of the classic “The Three Little Pigs” fairy tale, the finale of which had me laughing out loud!

Mr. Branyan happens to have a novelization of this routine available for purchase as well. You can find A Triune Tale of Diminutive Swine: The Three Little Pigs Retold* through the Amazon Affiliate link. I plan to buy a copy myself at some point, his act here is this good! He has a story about Goldilocks and the Three Bears* in the same vein as well; that, too, is on my purchase list.

Until then, enjoy the act. It is hilarious!

Three Little Pigs Like You’ve Never Heard Before. John Branyan

*These are Amazon affiliate links. When you purchase something through them, this author receives a commission from Amazon at no extra charge to you, the buyer.

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