Legend of the patasola

Legend of the patasola
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  • Hello Nicole, How are you?
  • Hi Doris, I'm fine and you?
  • I'm fine, and tell me you already did your work about legend of the patasola?
  • Yes, and that's why I came here to show you and see if it's okay or something is missing.
  • Yes, I listen you!!
  • This mysterious being, runs with amazing speed and is one of the monsters most feared by settlers,  hunters,  farmers and lumberjacks.
  • Ok, Legend has it that long ago, lived among the thick undergrowth of the virgin forest by the summits of the plain, a terrible entity called: "The Patasola."
  • Wow, is a very interesting legend and tell me how does she attract men?
  • Once she catches the attention of a man, the "Patasola" turns into a horrifying woman with eyes of fire, huge mouth with big fangs like that of a feline and disheveled that covers his ugly face.
  • The "Patasola" appears before his victim in the form of a very beautiful woman who incites them or flirts them by making them fall in love with her.
  • You know, It is one of the most interesting stories I've heard and a question the patasola kills the man who catches? What can be done to escape it?
  • And tell me what did you think of my work?
  • Of course, when she catches him with her true monster form, she devours his blood and devours it. There is a way to defend yourself from this being, is to surround yourself with pets (especially dogs), since the "Patasola" considers that these are "blessed".
  • I think it's an amazing story, it's very well made, and you explained very well the legend of the patasola. I think it's going to be the best job of the class!
  • You're welcome Nicole, and quiet this job is excellent, well Nicole, have a nice afternoon, you're talking to me to know how your work went.
  • Thank you for your help Doris, I hope the work is well complemented, I have many nerves.
  • Goodbye  Doris, I have to go because I have to send my work, I talk to you later, thanks for everything.
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