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Robin Hood and his Pancakes

A myth submitted to the site by Ciara Bravo

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Robin Hood and his Pancakes
Robin Hood wakes up. Robin loves eating pancakes for breakfast. His second favourite day of the year is Pancake Day. Robin ate his pancakes then prepared for a matched with the Sheriff of Nottingham.

The Sheriff of Nottingham is Robin Hoods worst enemy. Robin Hood, who has beaten the Sheriff of Nottingham so many times, loves pancakes. His crew prepared to battle the Sheriff’s guards.

Robin Hood battles the Sheriff of Nottingham but get beaten also gets knocked out.
“You have lost Robin Hood!”
“I may be beaten but that does not mean you can take over my land.”
“Oh! I think it does mean I can take over your land”
Robin Hood gets up punches the Sheriff of Nottingham and knocks him to the ground but he gets back up and starts battling Robin with his sword.

Now that Robin has been beaten for the first time he is not happy.
“Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Robin you have been defeated and now I get to take your land for good!”
Robin tackles the Sheriff to the ground and punches him. “Sheriff your no match for me even though you defeated me.” Finally the match is over.

When Robin gets home he starts eating his pancakes. “I wish I won the match.” He said. “The Sheriff of Nottingham may of beat me this time but next time I will beat him.
“I LOVE PANCAKES”

By Ciara Bravo
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