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Fionn MacCumhal(or Finn) was a giant in Celtic Folklore. Finn lived on the North Atrim Coast, from which he could see his enemy Benadonner. Both Finn and Benadonner would always challenge eachother to a fight, but neither could get across.
One day, Finn got so fed up, he made a bridge to get across to Benadonner. He worked for weeks, and once he was done he slept.
The next day he was awaken by the large footsteps of Benadonner crossing the bridge. He ran then, realizing than Benadonner was double his size.
Finn ran home to his wife, Oonagh. He went inside his house and locked the door. Soon after, Benadonner was there too.
Benadonner told Oonagh to let him in. As she let him in, Finn disguised himself as a baby. Oonagh told him Finn wasn't home yet, but he was welcome to stay as long as he didn't wake the baby.
When Banadonner saw the baby, he ran, realizing how big the father must be. He ran back across Finn's bridge, destroying it as he ran.
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