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Fairytale Prompt #11


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In fairytales we tend to focus on the ladies. Whether it’s a girl who needs to be rescued or one longing to find a prince. I think we should switch that up. Let us put some male characters to the front.

  • Maybe he can have a Princess rescue him
  • Is there a new Princess in the kingdom have a party and a regular guy wants to attend
  • Or is that peasant boy is really a Prince but has no idea

Let us flip the roles and see how male stars of a fairytale handle things. You do not have to pick from the ideas above, those were just things that popped into my mind. You all come up with some wonderfully creative ideas and I look forward to seeing what your minds create.

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“Creativity is more than just being different. Anybody can plan weird; that’s easy. What’s hard is to be as simple as Bach. Making the simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity” – Charles Mingus

7 comments on “Fairytale Prompt #11

  1. Anja
    June 6, 2014

    Reblogged this on Oh Pithy Me.

  2. hitandrun1964
    June 6, 2014

    “The world wasn’t always this nice,” said the boy, to his friend.

    The fox did what he always did, he listened.

    “People were mean to animals. They hurt them and ate them. They even wore their fur. It was a terrible time back then. Before the New Beginning.”

    The fox licked the boy’s face and then settled down again. He knew how bad the boy felt about how animals were hunted and killed.

    “I’m sorry,” he whispered, running his hand over soft fur. “I would never let anyone hurt you.”

    The fox knew that was the truth. The boy would give up his life to protect him. He signed and closed his eyes, curling up in the boy’s warm arms.

    “The world was violent and hateful before the sun came out. I’m glad I didn’t live in those times. I would have been sad, all of the time.”

    I love you, thought the fox.

    “I know you do,” smiled the boy. “I love you as well. Are you going to nap or would you rather play?” asked the boy, already knowing the answer.

    The fox jumped up, thought, YOU’RE IT, and ran straight into the field ahead, because some things never change and playing tag is one of those things.

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