Be warned, this is a joke-post. I saw one similar on tumblr, and decided to give it a hand. I might, later on, make a more serious post about the political playing field of my world, but who knows!
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Kuryle: You have two cows. You milk them, and half of the milk goes to the priestesses of Vell.
Shea: You have two cows. You butcher one, sell the meat for furs and start a trader’s shop. The other provides milk for bribing officials.
Durdil: You have two cows. They freeze to death, and you have food for winter.
Thosfig: You have two cows. You share their milk with your neighbors, who share their grain, hunted meat, and eggs.
Dwaerves: You have two cows. They get eaten by cave crocodiles.
Aelves: You have two cows. You use them for fertilizer for your 100-year-flowering lilies.
Baba Yaga: You have two cows. People try to steal them. You eat well when they do.
The Boneman: You have two cows. Somewhere. Maybe.
I am here to announce my theme for this year’s A-to-Z theme challenge, which I know you all have been anticipating with bated breath! As you all know, for the challenge, each participant must choose a theme for the entirety of April, and then post once each day with a post related to their theme. So, without further ado, my theme for April:
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- A is for Alice (in Wonderland)
- Beauty and her Beast
- Darling Mother Dearest
- Eggs of the Golden Variety
- Fairy Godmothers
- Greener Pastures (for Goats)
- Hansel and Gretel
- Is He or Isn’t He (Human)?
- Jack and the BeanStalk
- Kraken in the Deep (or monsters just out of sight)
- Ladies Locked in Towers
- Milk Maid’s Dreams
- Nightmares in Human Shape (Villains who do not seem villanous at first)
- Open Mic Night at Disney
- Princesses Dancing (Twelve of them!)
- Queens: Are they so evil?
- Snow White
- Tristan and Ysolde
- Under the Bridge
- Vassilissa the Fair
- Why the Youngest Son?
- X-Rated Endings (not always the sexy kind)
- Your Best Friend (the Mouse)
- Zoloft for Fairytales
So join us for a romp through the themes and practices of Fairytales, and the minds that created them. You might learn something from my musings, or perhaps you’ll find a few of my little retellings interesting! Please leave comments and make sure to subscribe so that you can keep track!