Anne in Deep Trouble

If you are familiar with the novel Anne of Green Gables by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery, then perhaps you have wondered what happened to the charming Anne Shirley when she grew up. Please allow me to propose one possible scenario:

“The slavers came without warning. Within hours, they sacked the entire town of Avonlea. The young women had to watch their fathers and husbands die before their eyes. Then they were caged and carted away like livestock.

“Anne, now a beautiful woman with a well-endowed figure, was among those captured by these white slavers. She was quickly sold to a wealthy plantation in the South.”

“The garment she used to wear was ripped to shreds, and then used as ropes to tie her up like a piece of ham for her owner’s pleasure.”

“It’s clear now that Anne would never see Gilbert again. She would spend the rest of her miserable life scrubbing and washing during the day, while sucking and fucking at night, from one plantation to another…”