A K-Fairytale by SeoYule Kim

A long time ago there was a snake. He was very kind and he loved candy.

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One day the snake saw a princess. The snake hated her because she was so ugly and loud.

“I hate her so much,” the snake said.

A potato monster was nearby and he heard the snake.

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“Me too,” said the potato monster. “She is so loud that her crazy bad voice changed me from a potato to a potato monster!”

A fairy appeared. “Oh snake, I love you. You are so handsome. I heard your words so I will kill the princess.” She waved her wand and a truck swerved off of the nearby road and into the princess. Then it exploded! But when the smoke cleared, the princess was still there.

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“What?!” said the fairy.

The princess walked towards her. She was not hurt but she was angry. She came to them and started to yell but she saw the snake and stopped.

“Who are you, you handsome animal? Come with me and let’s get married. I love you!”

Suddenly a golden road lit down from the sky. A man wearing lovely armor covered in hearts walked down from heaven. It was Eros!

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“Get away from him. I love the snake!” he boomed. His god power flared around him.

A cute frog jumped up from the river’s edge. He saw the fairy and his tongue shot out fast, catching her and crunching her into his mouth.

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“Eek,” she said before becoming the frog’s yummy snack.

The princess laughed, then she looked at the frog with an idea on her face.

“Are you a prince frog?” she asked.

“Ribbit,” the frog said.

“Let’s get married,” the princess shouted. She grabbed the frog and ran away to her castle.

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Eros looked at the snake and the snake looked at Eros. Both of them blushed.

“So, do you want to get married?” the snake asked.

“Yes I do!” Eros answered.

So it was that the princess married a real frog and Eros married a snake. And the potato monster cried because I forgot to write more about him in the story.


Published by Damien Lee Hanson

I am the founder of Damien Hanson Books. Come check out awesome authors right here at my website!

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