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Prințul fermecat

A fost odata ca niciodata, a fost un imparat care avea mai multe fete si toate erau frumoase ca niste zane. Dar cea mai mica era atat de frumoasa, ca pana si soarele, care vazuse atatea, se oprea in loc, uitandu-se la dansa si minunandu-se de atata frumusete.

La o mica departare de palatul imparatesc se intindea o padure adanca si intunecoasa, iar in padure, la umbra unui tei batran, se putea vedea o fantana. in zilele cu prea mare zaduf, cea mai mica dintre fetele imparatului se ducea in padure si se aseza pe ghizdurile fantanii racoroase. Statea asa fara sa faca nimic si cand o prindea uratul scotea dintr-un buzunar o minge de aur; o arunca in sus, o prindea din zbor in causul palmelor si-apoi o arunca iar. asta era jocul care-i bucura cel mai mult inima.

S-a intamplat insa odata ca mingea sa-i scape din palme si cazand pe pamant sa se duca de-a rostogolul de-a dreptul in fantana. Fata de imparat o urmari cu privirea, dar mingea pieri de parca n-ar fi fost si fantana era tare adanca, atat de adanca, de nu-i putea zari fundul! Se porni atunci domnita pe plans si planse in hohote, neputand in nici un chip sa-si ostoiasca amaraciunea. si cum se jelea ea, numai ce aude ca-i striga cineva din apropiere:

– Ce ti s-a intamplat, domnita, de ce te bocesti asa? Plangi ca s-ar muia si pietrele de mila ta!

Fata cata in jur, sa afle cine anume ii vorbeste, si vazu un broscoi ce taman atunci scosese din apa capul lataret si buburos si privea la ea cu niste ochi cat cepele!

– Ah, tu erai, mos Balacila! se mira ea. Iaca, plang ca mi-a cazut mingea de aur in fantana.

– sterge-ti lacrimile si nu mai plange, o mangaie broscoiul, ca-mi sta in putinta sa te ajut. Dar vorba e: ce-mi dai tu daca-ti aduc din apa jucaria?

– Orice doresti, dragul meu broscoi; rochiile mele, pietrele nestemate, margaritarele, chiar si coroana de aur, pe care o port pe cap, de-o poftesti cumva!

Broscoiul o asculta pe ganduri, apoi grai:

– Nu-mi trebuie nici rochiile, nici margaritarele, nici pietrele nestemate, nici coroana ta de aur, dar daca ai incepe sa ma iubesti, daca ai ingadui sa-ti fiu prieten si tovaras de Read more

Om de știință dispărut din 1984, găsit într-un subsol!

Am dat de-o știre care pare incredibilă. Un om de știință a dispărut în 1984. Nimic special, mulți oameni au dispărut fără urmă. Însă, acest om a fost găsit acum, la vârsta de 83 de ani. Viu și nevătămat fizic, acesta a stat ascuns într-un subsol al casei în care locuise în 1984.
După ce-a fost dat dispărut, casa acestuia a fost scoasă la vânzare. Numai că, în spatele unui dulap imens cu scule, era o intrare secretă către un buncăr antiatomic. Acolo s-a refugiat Winston Corrigan. Ce credeți că a făcut acesta timp de 30 de ani? A creat methamfetamină și LCD!

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Bilgewater – Act 1- partea 3

Partea a doua

ACTUL I – PARTEA A III-A
Jokeri, Alarmă, Truc de cărți

Povestea devine urâtă. Rapid. Întregul depozit e plin de Cârlige Zimțate, dar lui Malcolm nu-i pasă nici cât negru sub unghie. Un sigur lucru îl interesează și acela sunt eu.

Simt că Graves e pe cale să tragă și mă feresc. Împușcătura mă asurzește. O cutie explodează fix unde eram cu o secundă înainte.

Dacă nu mă-nșel, vechiul meu partener încearcă să mă omoare.

Sar peste un morman de fildeș de mamut și arunc trei cărți spre Malcolm. Înainte să-l lovească, mă arunc la adăpost și încerc să găsesc o cale de scăpare. Am nevoie doar de câteva secunde.

Îl aud înjurând cu voce tare, dar cărțile nu pot decât cel mult să-l încetinească. A fost dintotdeauna un ticălos rezistent. Și încăpățânat. Nu știe niciodată când să lase de la el.

– De aici nu mai scapi, T.F., mârâie de dincolo de lăzi. Nu și de data asta.

Da, e fix la fel ca înainte. Însă greșește – ca de obicei. Trebuie s-o șterg de aici și asta cât mai repede. N-are sens să vorbesc cu el când vede roșu în fața ochilor.

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Texas boy was suspended after threatened classmate with a magic ring!

News from United states, Texas:

A fourth grader named Aiden Steward was suspended Friday, after school officials determined he had threatened to use his magic ring to make another boy disappear.

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Here are the particulars, from The Odessa American:

His father, Jason Steward, said the family had been to see “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” last weekend. His son brought a ring to his class at Kermit Elementary School and told another boy his magic ring could make the boy disappear.

Steward said the principal said threats to another child’s safety would not be tolerated – whether magical or not. Principal Roxanne Greer declined to comment on the matter.

“All student stuff is confidential,” Greer said. She referred a call from the Odessa American to Kermit ISD Superintendent Bill Boyd, who did not return a phone call.

The New York Daily News followed up with the SA fourth grader named Aiden Steward was suspended Friday, after school officials determined he had threatened to use his magic ring to make another boy disappear.tewards.

“I assure you my son lacks the magical powers necessary to threaten his friend’s existence,” the boy’s father told NYDN. “If he did, I’m sure he’d bring him right back.

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White snake – part three

And now he had to use his own legs, and when he had walked a long way, he came to a large city. There was a great noise and crowd in the streets, and a man rode up on horseback, crying aloud, “The King’s daughter wants a husband; but whoever sues for her hand must perform a hard task, and if he does not succeed he will forfeit his life.” Many had already made the attempt, but in vain; nevertheless when the youth saw the King’s daughter he was so overcome by her great beauty that he forgot all danger, went before the King, and declared himself a suitor.So he was led out to the sea, and a gold ring was thrown into it, in his sight; then the King ordered him to fetch this ring up from the bottom of the sea, and added, “If you come up again without it you will be thrown in again and again until you perish amid the waves.” All the people grieved for the handsome youth; then they went away, leaving him alone by the sea. He stood on the shore and considered what he should do, when suddenly he saw three fishes come swimming towards him, and they were the very fishes whose lives he had saved.
The one in the middle held a mussel in its mouth, which it laid on the shore at the youth’s feet, and when he had taken it up and opened it, there lay the gold ring in the shell. Full of joy he took it to the King, and expected that he would grant him the promised reward. But when the proud princess perceived that he was not her equal in birth, she scorned him, and required him first to perform another task. She went down into the garden and strewed with her own hands ten sacks-full of millet-seed on the grass; then she said, “To-morrow morning before sunrise these must be picked up, and not a single grain be wanting.” The youth sat down in the garden and considered how it might be possible to perform this task, but he could think of nothing, and there he sat sorrowfully awaiting the break of day, when he should be led to death. But as soon as the first rays of the sun shone into the garden he saw all the ten sacks standing side by side, quite full, and not a single grain was missing. The ant-king had come in the night with thousands and thousands of ants, and the grateful creatures had by great industry picked up all the millet-seed and gathered them into the sacks. Presently the King’s daughter herself came down into the garden, and was amazed to see that the young man had done the task she had given him. But she could not yet conquer her proud heart, and said, “Although he has performed both the tasks, he shall not be my husband until he has brought me an apple from the Tree of Life.” The youth did not know where the Tree of Life stood, but he set out, and would have gone on for ever, as long as his legs would carry him, though he had no hope of finding it. After he had wandered through three kingdoms, he came one evening to a wood, and lay down under a tree to sleep. But he heard a rustling in the branches, and a golden apple fell into his hand. At the same time three ravens flew down to him, perched themselves upon his knee, and said, “We are the three young ravens whom you saved from starving; when we had grown big, and heard that you were seeking the Golden Apple, we flew over the sea to the end of the world, where the Tree of Life stands, and have brought you the apple.” The youth, full of joy, set out homewards, and took the Golden Apple to the King’s beautiful daughter, who had no more excuses left to make. They cut the Apple of Life in two and ate it together; and then her heart became full of love for him, and they lived in undisturbed happiness to a great age.

THE END

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