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The Curse of the Sushi Dragon

A myth submitted to the site by Reuben

Tokyo,, Japan

Have you ever wondered why sushi chefs make so much sushi? So the sushi dragon can be fed. Yes the sushi dragon. The sushi dragon scoffes the gun-gun maki and every sushi you can get and the sushi chefs are running out of fish and aren't making any yen because this brute doesn't pay any yen. So the people of Tokyo are starving to death. This pungent, fussy brat only scoffs sushi so it's hard for Japan (Especially Tokyo.) Someone needs to go to learn Judo.

Suddenly a boy appered from no-where named Yuudai. He loved Martial Arts and talked to the sushi chef.
"What is your name and do you like Martial Arts?" the sushi chef said hopefully.
"I certanly do ,I love Martial Arts and My name is Yuudai!!!" Yuudai cried.
"Would you be up for slaying a beast?" the sushi chef said hopefully again.
"I have a Samurai sword and Yes!!!!" Yuudai said nervously yet excited at the same time.
"And which part of Japan do you come from Yuudai" said the perplexed sushi chef?
"I come from Ichikawa and I've been doing Judo for ages I recon I could slice that pungent brute into 10,000,0000,0000,000,000 pieces!!!" Yuudai said triumphantly
"OK I'll bring him in here Oh Sushi Dragon!!!" yelled the sushi chef
"ER ER ER ER" groaned the sushi dragon.
When the samurai sword hit the ugly brute he died.
And so the sushi chefs of Tokyo din't need to make loads of sushi ever again.

By Reuben
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