Aye, Aye, M'am!

February 24th, 2010 - 5:36pm by Slye Fox

Maizie wrote a play script in school today. It goes like thus:

Narrator: Once there were two pirate twins that thought they were prettier than each other.
Pirate Twin One: I'm prettier than you, sister. And I always will be.
Pirate Twin Two: No! You're not. I'm prettier, and I always will be.
Narrator: All they ever did was fight.
Father: Girls, it's time for supper.
Both Pirate Twins: Ok, Father. Now I'm prettier!
Narrator: And guess what their Father said...
Father: That is enough! You're both are equal in prettiness.
Pirate Twin Two: Thank you, Father.
Narrator: And they never fought again!

- The End -

I took a few liberties in my spelling and grammar corrections, but otherwise I'd say it's a sound tale. :) I imagine in the next act, we may meet the nemesis. Maybe Sid of the Seven Seas.

February 25, 2010 - 7:17am
a_jaclyn says:

Does anyone feel like analyzing?

She wants a sister? She's feeling competitive? She wants a happy ending? She's relieved to have a strong male role model like the goobermaster in her life?