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Angry Athento

A myth submitted to the site by Cavan Collins

Sparta, Greece

In ancient Greece, around 600 BC, there was a man with special powers. His name was Athento. He was old and had special laser powers equipped on him. But there was one problem…

In his home in the woods, he always felt angry and if someone looked at him he would shout and scream at the person. This certainly did not please anyone.

Once the mayor, Citus Athoe, was passing by and Athento leapt out at him. He was speechless but then he started weeping and he ran home.

The god of anger, Decreedio, was alerted immediately of this nonsense and decided to punish this unkind man.

The forest was scenic, astonishing, never-ending and heart-stopping on the day of the punishing. The sunlight beamed on the forest like a burning star. The forest was as beautiful as lilies.

The trap, set by Decreedio, was full of chilli filled beans and when Athento snapped at someone he felt chilli in his throat as a chilli bean fell into his mouth.

Athento woke up to see the princess of Sparta and King David the 5th . He got ready to shout but then a boiling chilli bean dropped into his mouth and his lips burned off. It was blood-curdling, it was spine-tingling but Decreedio was laughing, Athento’s lips had burnt off, “Ha Ha, that would teach him” thought Decreedio. Decreedio flew down from Heaven and put Athento into jail. The princess asked Decreedio, a hideous bat creature, to marry her. King David said he could if he wanted and he did say yes.

They got married in Sparta and went to Athens for their honeymoon. The princess and Decreedio lived happily ever after.

By Cavan Collins
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