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Theseus And The Minator

A myth submitted to the site by Efwer

North Hampton, England

Once upon a time, there lived a pale, Hench young man called Theseus. Theseus had dark brown hair and blue eyes. He was the strongest human to ever live. He was the son of the king, Titus.

Once there was a minator in the UK. Everyone who faced it had got eaten and no-one survived except king Henry XIII. Theseus was sent to London to kill the beast. He was told to go to The Great Caves of King Henry XIII. He was attacked by people hiding from the minator, in search for food. He killed all three with one sword swipe.

As he arrived in England, he saw people all over the floor, DEAD! They were smothered in blood and he could smell gory blood. He arrived at the cave and in the blink of an eye, he saw it right in front of him. Theseus fell into a hole with the minator. "Die, you stupid minator!" Screamed Theseus, with an Italian accent. He poked his sword through the minator, ripped it's ribs and cut its heart.

As Theseus got up the hole and cried as hard as anyone's ever seen. He cried so hard that he made a river. And from now on, it was named after his dad, Thames. That was how the River Thames was created.

By Efwer
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