This place is to happy! Let's cause some trouble!
a golden apple!
To the fairest is written on it!
the apples is obviously for me!
I'm the fairest! I deserve the apple!
I should get the apple! I'm the fairest!
In Greece, King Pelias and Thetis were getting married. The wedding was magical for all the gods were there. Everything went perfectly until Eris, the goddess discord, threw an apple with to the fairest written on it into to the crowd of guests.
Let King Pelias decide who's fairest! He is the king around here.
The three goddesses, Aphrodite, Athena, and Hera admire the apple.
ENOUGH! LORD ZEUS IS SPEAKING!
I command you, King Pelias!
The goddesses argue about who is the fairest. The joyful atmosphere of the wedding is gone.
Paris, prince of Troy, will judge who is the fairest goddess. The decision will not be burdened unto you, King Pelias. Please go back to enjoying your special day.
Athena requests King Pelias to judge who's fairest.
King Pelias, who was worry he would surely be punished for not chosing the right goddess,claimed he could not pick was fairer, for Athena, Aphrodite, and Hera were all beautiful.
I cannot chose who is fairest! All three of you are beautiful!
Zeus, king of the gods, proclaimed that, Paris, the true son of King Priam of Troy, would judge if Athena, Aphrodite, or Hera was the fairest goddess.