Ninjagofangirl72

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    I would nominate Annabeth Chase to the Hall of Fame because no matter the odds or the circumstance, she is always able to find a way to prevail and always keeps her faith.

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    Discover the wonder of Wonder Woman.
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    I don't know much about technology, so maybe Wonder Woman would have smartglasses that allowed her to see through anything she wished and read people's minds. Maybe she could use I-Tunes to cripple her enemies when she played her theme song.

    What if she used Fidget-Spinners to travel through time?. . . Food for thought.

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    I was surprised that Wonder Woman's hair and outfit changed so much and that she had a rebooted origin story that made her powers gifts from the Olympian gods. I mean, I know that the Amazons were a big part of Greek Mythology, but powers were usually given to males, not females, in terms of mortals.

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    To celebrate Wonder Woman, next year I'll wear a Wonder Woman T-shirt and copy her hair and headband. If I had a Wonder Woman party, I would probably serve wonder bread sandwiches.

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    I'm excited to see Wonder Woman totally kick butt when I finally get the opportunity to go see her movie. I think she has evolved from a more "princess-like" hero to an epicly awesome, superior warrior!

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    In honor of Roald Dahl, I would like "BFG" to catch on. I'd want it to mean 'big, friendly act of kindness'.

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    Tbh this challenge has zero chill.
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    Phrases that stuck out to me were "If the spit hits the fan" and "In, out, let's get crackin'."

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    Hugh Jackman was totally dench when he sang in Les' Mis, and I thought his performance was peak.

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    I want "gnarly", "wicked", "rad", and "ace" to come back, 'cause then I wouldn't be one of not very many saying those words. It would be awesome!

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    My favorite acronym is 'lol'.
    Popular phrases that I can’t stand are any that include any crude language.

    Note: this is coming from someone who is considered "old school". My language and knowledge of modern slag, acronyms, etc. is very limited, seeing as most of the stuff I say in regards to these categories is from the '50's – '80's. Sorry!

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    Cinderella: The True, Untold Story

    Once upon a time, in a land far away,
    Lived four girls who loved to dance and play!
    They were the light of their parents' lives,
    Who taught them right from wrong.
    That family was oh so happy,
    That they always sang a song!

    But even rainbows must fade away.
    The girls' parents died on a cold and dreary day.
    With heavy hearts and tears,
    They all said their good-byes,
    Feeling all hope was gone,
    For the light in their eyes.

    In time, the girls got back their light.
    Well, except for one, who liked to keep it out of sight.
    That girl was Cinderella,
    Of whom you've heard before.
    But she tells the story differently,
    So she doesn't seem so sore.

    She took all of their rings.
    In fact, she took ALL of their things!
    While she dressed all high and mighty,
    In the best money could buy,
    She dressed her sisters in rags,
    Thinking they would cry.

    But instead they laughed in absolute wonder,
    Saying, "What has happened to the sweet sister we walked with, yonder?
    We know you are in there,
    So why act with such distaste?
    Come back, come back, dear Cinderella.
    Come back now with haste!"

    But Cinderella just sneered,
    And said in reply, she jeered,
    “Never! Never, I say!
    You are no longer my sisters.
    You are now my slaves,
    And will be, for evermore, young spinsters!”

    She made her words come true,
    And her sisters’ lives became a hectic as a zoo.
    They were forced to scrub the floors at least twice a day,
    And wash Cinderella’s growing wardrobe just as often, as she cackled with glee!
    They did this, every day, along with every other chore imaginable.
    And for a long while, it seemed like this would always be.

    For five years, nothing changed,
    Until one day the doorbell clanged.
    A young messenger was there at the door,
    With an invitation in hand for the next royal ball.
    Now, Cinderella’s sisters had never been to such an assembly,
    But this time would be different; they made a plan as they cleaned the hall.

    This is only what I have come up with so far. The rest is still being written and then everything will be edited/revised. Right now, I'm thinking the rest will go something like the traditional Cinderella story, except with three princes instead of one. I don't know if I'l introduce animals yet, but I might have them save the girls.

    Please note that this has taken me a really long time to get just this done and this is evidence of my own work. Please do not take any part, or all, of this poem as your own. I would really like to keep my work, please. Thank you! 😁

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    Re-imaginings of classic tales.
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    This is Melinda. She is a villain because she was born with dark powers that she couldn't control, which people thought automatically made her evil. This often led to huge mishaps and unwanted dangers. Eventually, the people of her village banished her to a magic teapot, figuring it was best to do so for safety. Ashamed and hurt, Melinda felt something snap inside of her and became the villain everyone thought her to be. She may still be connected to the teapot, but her powers are unmatched and she still emerges when she needs to gain more revenge or protect herself from any warrior brave enough to try to smash her new home, which is now, in turn, her life force. The rumor is that she will only be free if there is someone who can see her for who she truly is and love her for who she is, and if she can truly forgive what has been done to her and love that person in return.

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    Explore the villains of iconic Disney movies.
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    I think that a big stereotype that villains get is that they are just evil: they were born evil and they will always remain evil. I think directors and producers could better represent all kinds of diversity by showing why the so-called villain feels and acts the way they do and keep in mind that anyone can change. Something happened to me once that made me a bit of a villain. I won't go into detail, because it is extremely personal, but I was able to change and no longer act the way I did.

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    I think it takes one to actually see what the villain went through to empathize with the villain in a story. Another example I can think of is understanding that something must have happened to make the villain, well, a villain.

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    Well, I don't have audio, but it appears that the pigs were all women and won the lottery, and the wolf found out about this from his TV, decided to marry one of them, read a book on how to marry a pig, didn't huff and puff and blow any houses in, and married the last pig and took her on a honeymoon to a dark, rainy place.

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    Another book that follows the Hero/Heroine’s journey is 'Ella Enchanted' by Gail Carson Levine. Another series that follows the Hero/Heroine’s journey is the Ever After High series by Shannon Hale.

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