Bully and Townie, the twin bulls, decided to ride on Walt Disney World’s latest ride, Snow White’s adventures.
Bully: Townie, this ride kinda looks spooky.
Townie: Not to worry. I don’t think this ride will frighten us. Besides, the only thing we’re not, is scaredy cats.
Just then, Toothy came up to them.
Toothy: Good luck on that ride, my friends! You’ll need it!
Townie: Ah, shove off, you dumb beaver! We’re not afraid!
Just then, the ride car started towards the entrance door.
Townie: Well, here we go!
Bully and Townie entered the ride. First, they saw what looked like a wicked queen. When the queen turned around, she instantly changed into witch.
Witch: Magic Mirror on the wall, I’m the fairest of them all!
Bully: Oh, my gosh! The witch is going to get me!
Townie: Snap out of it, Bully! This ride can’t possibly get any worse!
But it could. Next, they saw some groaning skeletons in a dungeon.
Townie: On second thought, maybe it can!
Townie then went to the next scene. The witch’s lab was filled with poisonous potions. Just then, the witch appeared, and offered Bully and Townie a poison apple.
Witch: Want an apple, deary? Ha, ha, ha, ha!
Townie: Great horny toads! This is terrible!
When Townie and Bully were outside of a forest, the witch was waiting for them on a boat.
Bully: Oh, no! The witch!
Witch: Going my way? Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!
Townie and Bully then went inside of the forest. There, they saw evil-looking trees with gnarled, leering faces, and their branches seemed to grab at Bully and Townie as they rode through the dark forest.
Bully: The trees! They’re alive! They’re gonna get us!
Bully wailed with fright.
Townie: Toothy was right! This ride is scary!
The cart then went inside of the cottage. There, they saw some objects with worried looks on their faces. The bucket, the water pump, the chair, the pillars, and even the teapot were frightened.
Bully: Why do those objects have scary faces?
Townie: I don’t know! The animals look frightened as well.
Townie and Bully then saw the Seven Dwarves looking up the stairs to see a shadowy wraith fluttering above them.
Townie: Oh, my!
As Bully and Townie went outside the cottage, the witch appeared again.
Townie: Oh, no! Not again!
When Bully and Townie were outside of the cottage, two vultures stared at them with malicious intent.
Bully: Oh, my! Why are those birds looking at us?
Before Townie could explain, the witch popped up to frighten them again.
Townie: Oh, my gosh! Witches everywhere!
Bully: We’re gonna die!
When Bully and Townie entered the mine, the witch was there, trying to make the mine collapse.
Witch: Enjoying the ride, deary? Hee, hee, hee, hee!
Bully and Townie: Noooooo!
In another part of the mine, a minecart nearly rammed into them.
Bully: This place is terrible! I want to go home! I want my mommy!
Bully and Townie screamed as they came to the exit door. There, they saw the witch, getting ready to dislodge a boulder on top of them.
Townie: It’s a trap!
Witch: Goodbye, deary! Hee, hee, hee, hee, hee!
Bully and Townie: Noooooooooooooooooooo!
With a piercing shatter, and the witch's cackle echoing in their ears, the ride was over. When Bully and Townie came out of the ride, they looked traumatized. Toothy was out there, waiting for them.
Toothy: So, how’d it go?
Townie: It was terrible! First the witch was trying to kill us, and then the trees tried to kill us as well!
Bully: That scary witch killed us! We’re dead!
The both of them began to cry. Toothy then decided to talk to them.
Toothy: Both of you do realize that you’re not dead, right?
Toothy: In fact, most of the experiences you went through in this ride weren’t real.
Bully: They weren’t?
Toothy: No. Some rides were built to frighten people, while others were built for fun. They all have one thing in common, though. They were all designed to be entertaining!
Bully: You’re right! That witch isn’t going to get us after all!
Townie: Thank you, Toothy, for supporting us!
Toothy: Don’t mention it. By the way, I’m sorry that I teased you.
Townie: It’s alright. Let’s go somewhere else.
So Toothy, Townie, and Bully walked away in the distance.