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What a nice night I cant wait!
UGH!! They are so unfair!
On a lovely evening in Greece King Pelias and Thetis the Sea Nymph were getting married. They had a great party with Gods and Goddesses.
They had a great time and danced the night away. Pelias and Thetis loved each other but not everyone was happy...
Eris the Goddess of strife and discord was jealous. She was so angry that everyone but her was invited. She came up with a plan to make even with everyone else.
Eris was angry she came up with a plan to ruin the wedding and all she needed was a golden apple. This apple was addressed "To the Fairest" she knew that the gods would fight for it and ruin the happiness that the gods were having.
There were three goddesses: Athena, Aphrodite, and Hera, who saw this apple they all thought that it must belong them so they bickered and bickered over it. Hera thought she should have it because she was the queen of all gods, Aphrodite because she was the most beautiful, and Athena the goddess of wisdom and a great warrior.
The night grew cold and everyone was unhappy. Who was going to settle this argument?
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