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Lino and the tiger

A myth submitted to the site by Lino


Once there was a boy called Lino, he lived in Athens. One day the king of Sparta said, "If you don't give me a 5 young boys and give young girls I will destroy Athens and bring my tiger to eat every one in Athens." So the king of Athens gave five young girls and five young boys, the fifth boy was Lino. Lino was a poor boy he didn't have anywhere to live, so the five young boys and girls sailed of.

When they arrived at Sparta the king said, "Who is going in first?" No one wanted to go in first so everyone was silent then Lino said bravely that he was going in first.

So Lino went in then the king's daugther whisperd to him the king's daugther was called Lisa. Lisa fell in love with Lino so she decided to help Lino. She gave Lino a ball of string and a sword to kill the tiger.

The tiger found Lino then Lino quickly turn around wave the sword in the air then Lino killed the tiger. Lino went back to Athens with the other young people and the King's daughter and the Lino and the king's daugther got married and lived happilly ever afther.

By Lino
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