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Zues and the Kill

A myth submitted to the site by Jay

Milton Keynes, England

One day there was a man called Zues when he decided there was a man he hated. So he decided he should either kill or lock up the man.#

So Zues had a long long thought and he decided he was going to kill the man. Zues set a trap on the man which was to put a a massive net on the floor and make a hole in the roof and when the man went on the net he would quickly pull the net and the man would be trapped. He would have a knife in his pocket and cut the mans head off.

So Zues waited and waited until suddenly the man appared then Zues got ready the man stepped in the net and quickly Zues picked up the net got his knife and cut the mans head off. Then Zues realised he had killed his best freind and not the man and he looked down and the man was walking away.

Zues never stopped crying he would never show his face to anybody nobody liked him and zues never ever forgave himself for the deverstating kill he mad on his best freind.

By Jay
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Name: Tyrone 3rd August 2011
cool
Name: Mylee 11th October 2010
that story is way good i read it all the time well sometimes haha any way so good
Name: Kadiatu 10th October 2010
i really love this story .........because i have learned about the greeks
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