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Spike in the Forest with Andrew

A myth submitted to the site by Amy Pattinson

forest,village, france

One day a women had a child and she called him Andrew just a normal villiage boy. A few years later he turned 14 the next day his mother told him to go and cut some wood. So he did as his mother told him.

He pasted a backery, a vegtable store and a florest. Then a few minites later he was there in the forest. A very dark and creepy forest. All of a sudden he heard some creeping, crackiling and a very horrible screeching and scraching sound on a tree.

He was a little scared and he was shaking so he shouted "who are you leave me alone I have got a sword". Even though he didn't. He was so scared that he ran away.

When he got home his mother was so angry that she said "If you dont be brave for once and go back to the forest and face him then you will go to the King, tell him what you have done, be punshed". He knew what the king was like so he went back to the forest."Fine I will go back to the forest but dont send me to the King".

So he went back to the forest to face the beast."Come out come out were ever you are". Then he saw some very strange banana peels fell on the floor so he could trip up over them. But he didn't. After that the beast jumped down from the tree. Andrew said "bring it on" with a little nervouse. He had a meatle wheel as a shieled and a bar as a sword.

The beast used his claws to scrach his face and suck his blood."AHAHAHAHAHAH" Andrew knocked of his head. He ran home and told his mum" you havent realy kild him" she said."Yes I have here is the sword with the blood" he said."Well done" she said.

Then they all lived together in the forest.

By Amy Pattinson
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