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  • Literature
  • You see, Pinocchio, a lie just keeps growing and growing until is as plain as a nose on your face.
  • I swear I wont lie ever again. 
  • Example
  • I swear I didint sneak out. 
  • Well im pretty sure I see your nose growing more and more you Pinocchio!
  • Explanation
  • Don´t lie 
  • Pinocchio - In the story Pinocchio, the blue fairy asks Pinocchio why he does not got to school. He tell a lie saying he was captured by monsters. Then his nose grows longer every time he tells a lie.
  • Mythological
  • I have to know what's inside!!!!!
  • The mom knew the girl snuck out but the girl keep denying that she did and her mom told her to stop lying that her nose is growing bigger and bigger you Pinocchio. 
  • Example
  • Why did you even tell when I told you not to ! You are just opened a Pandora's Box.
  • My picture shows a close example of the story Pinocchio because in the story every time he lies his nose grows and in the example the mom knows that the daughter is lying that she snuck out. So she is telling her that her nose is growing like Pinocchio because she knows she is lying. 
  • Explanation
  • Pandora's Box - In Greek mythology, Pandora was given a box that she was told not to open, but her curisoitey got the best of her and she opended it anyay, when opened it reliced forrible plagues and misfortune upon the world.
  • The girl told her friend to keep quiet on who she liked and her friend Rachel didn't, so she yelled at her friend and told her that she just released a Pandora's Box.
  • Rachel - "Did you know that she likes Dylan?!" "OMG REALLY!!" - Lily
  • My picture shows a close example of the story Pandora's Box because when the girl opens her mouth she is starting drama which means there will be bad things happening like when Medusa opened her box.
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