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A myth submitted to the site by Zayna Ansari

United Kingdom, England

Once in a far away land lived a girl called Shampoorella. She was a hair stylist but there was one problem, a witch had cast a spell on her and that spell made shampoorella's beautiful hair into scruffy hair. The witch said" until you don't find your true love and the perfect medicine this spell will not break".

One day a handsome prince called prince Sharok passed by Shampoorella's house, while Shampoorella was going to work. Suddenly the prince saw Shampoorella, at first he thought she was disgusting but after he made friends with her.

On Valentine's day he saw her again and fell in love, then Shampoorella remembered about the witch. Shampoorella was so happy that she completed one of the witch's challenge and she told the prince about the spell, so the prince helped Shampoorella. Finally Shampoorella found the right medicine and they lived happily ever after.

By Zayna Ansari
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Name: Sweetie 27th February 2014
very nice and love the title
Name: Sweetie 27th February 2014
Name: Aleesha 25th February 2014
It was interesting but you could of made the myth story a bit more longer and you also could of add a bit more detail.
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