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  • Once upon a time there lived a young king who was freshly new to the throne as he has finally come of age. This king tended to be quite arrogant to things around him, he often ignored people if they did not interest him enough. People in the castle would talk harshly about him, calling him prude and bobolynic. 
  • I do not believe you and I advise you to accompany me to my castle and become my sorceress, unless of course you would like to be taken to the authorities and burned at the stake.
  • One day as the king was walking through the village he found an old lady who he made become his sorceress or else...
  • What now?
  • One day the king had guests over and wanted to entertain his them. He told the sorceress to set the table using magic.
  •  Wait one moment, this is no sorcery nor is it magic, these plates are attached with string to the ceiling!
  • That night, the King was furious because the witch embarrassed him, but he decided to give her another chance.  
  • Well I have to say I am impressed with the amount of jewels and the beauty of them, however that was no magic your so called sorceress had those jewels stuffed under her cloak before she came, and you are a fool if you did not see.
  • The next day the king wanted the sorceress to make gorgeous jewels appear to impress a beautiful, young princess.  
  • I told you to make that jewelry to appear upon my lady’s neck and you failed me again you faul woman!
  • But sir I did cause them to appear from under my cloak and placed them on the beautiful lady, so I truly have done as you asked.
  • After the king finished with his princess, he went to the old lady's room.  
  • You are no witch I cannot believe how wrong I was! You must leave my palace now and I hope to never see your old, weathered  face again!
  • And then, to the kings amazement, the little old lady pulled a wand from under her robes and with a flick and a swish, she vanished, in an instant. 
  • My kind sir you should never judge one by ow they appear
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