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The Giants

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Ireland

Many years ago lived two massive giants. One was from Scotland and the other from Ireland, the scottish giant was known as Benandonner, the other giant was called Finn Maccool,the Irish giant made a fight with Benadonner, also known as the Red man.

The red man herd that the other giant had gold, the Red man was so desperate to get the gold that an idea came into his head. His idea was to build a path going from Scotland to Ireland. But when FinnMaccool saw the giant he was huge and too big to fight, the Red man tore down Finn Maccools door.

Finn Maccool was in his house with his wife and daughter, Finn Maccool had a pet unicorn that possesed magic powers to put love spells on people. So the unicorn cast a love spell on Benandonner and he fell straight in love with Finn Maccools daughter, and as for Finn Maccools wife she didn't need to do the cleaning anymore because the Red man also became a servant.

By Daisy
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Name: By Me 10th May 2013
this is a very good story
Name: Prsicilla Macdonald 29th April 2013
i liked your story because it was made up but it sounded real and i think you put alot of adverbs and adjectives keep it up well done! :)
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