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One day on the island of Pappy there lived a pig and his owner which was a weak, clumsy warrior named CapPap. He was one of the kings worst warriors so the king had him do the easy jobs within the kingdoms walls.
On a late Tuesday morning the king of Pappy asked this mighty warrior to bake him a cake to celebrate the war ending. So, CapPap got a recipe book and started to make a cake. When he got to the eggs he couldn't figure out how to crack them so he threw it at the batter and to his surprise, it cracked! Pleased with his work he went to the palace to deliver his cake. The king was very surprised and decided to try the cake right then only to find eggshells and raw eggs in the middle. He sent CapPap home in disapointment
One day CapPap decided that he needed to find a loyal companion to help him do things that he couldn't do because of his clumsiness. He went to the local market and asked the first girl he saw on a date to La Cafe, the most expensive Cafe in town. To his surprise she said yes knowing that he needed a helpful companion.
One day the king decided that he was going to find a wife to pass down the royal throne through his family name. He had the finest women come into the castle to chose the one that suited him best. CapPap was very nervous that the king would choose his soon to be wife Roberta. He went through all the women and to CapPap's demise... he chose Roberta.
In rage CapPap challenged the king to a duel in order to win Roberta back. The king accepted the challenge thinking he would get easy dubs and a fine lady to go with it.
During the battle the king tripped on his long robe only to have CapPap on his back daring him to surrender. The king did and CapPap ran to Roberta in celebration and lived happily ever after with his newly wed wife.
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