- Alternative Character Interpretation: How much of the story is actually true is certainly a matter of debate. The wolf isn't an unbiased source and he could be lying to paint himself in a sympathetic light. He doesn't seem even remotely perturbed when he accidentally kills the first two pigs either, and is all too eager to eat them afterward. It could just be simple Blue-and-Orange Morality on his part (he is a predator after all, and he even admits it's not good to waste food), but it still calls into question just how nice a guy he's supposed to be.
YMMV / The True Story of the Three Little Pigs