There once was a man that was very full of himself. He loved his hair and was very greedy. He was so greedy; he stole other people’s hair supplies and used them. When they were empty or broken, he would give them back to their original owners. He would even steel from Aphrodite, the beauty god. Aphrodite told Zeus about it many times, and finally, Zeus could not take it anymore.
“ENOUGH!” he yelled after Aphrodite told Zeus for the 57th time about Dab. “We need to put a stop to this.” Zeus said. “This has gone too far. But, I have a plan.”
“What is your plan, Zeus?” Aphrodite said.
“We will make hair supplies that last forever, but they make you ugly. We will also make a mirror that will trick him into thinking he is handsome.” said Zeus.
“It will be a great surprise!” said Aphrodite. And they got to work.
During that time, Dab was at work, too. He was going to steal everybody’s hair supplies, chose the best, and throw the rest away. Next, he would force everyone to tell him he was beautiful, or he would put them in a dungeon. He thought very highly of his plan.
The next day, Zeus and Dab put their plans into action. Zeus went over to dab’s house and waited for Dab to come home. When he came, Zeus said,” I have everlasting hair supplies and a beautiful mirror for you!” Dab dropped everything he was holding and ran to Zeus. He stole the items out of his hands and ran away. Zeus was proud of his plan. He knew it would work, and that Dab would learn a lesson.
Meanwhile, Dab was franticly trying out his new hair supplies. “WOW!’ he yelled when he looked into the mirror. “I look better than I thought!” He went to town to show everyone how ‘good’ he looked. Everyone laughed at him. “Nice hair, Dab!” someone teased. Dab ran to a normal mirror. “Trickery!” he yelled. But the next moment, he realized something. “I’ve been BAD!” he said. Now he knew how bad he had been. Don’t be like Dab, be a good guy.