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Twice upon a time there was a story called,
The Poor Princess Who Ate Pickles
and a story called
The Poor Princess Who Ate Pickles Too.
These are not those stories.
This is a new and improved Princess Who Ate Pickles.

The Princess Who Ate Pickles
was happier then the second and first princesses who ate pickles.
In fact she was the happiest princess in all the land.

Her name was Princess Peach.
Princess Peach was the happiest because she made it
all the way to the 10th level,
and on each level they beat,
princesses get happier and happier.

One day Princess Peach was walking
and she found a hopping ball,
and three pickles,
and some toys for the little baby she had.

The prince who was not nearly as happy as Princess Peach
because he only made it to level 2
came home and said,
"Where did you get all that stuff?
I want some stuff for my little baby!"

The princess told the prince to go for a walk
on the Prince Walking Street
and there he would find what he was looking for.

So he went,
and he found the same toys as the princess,
but he also found some candy.

Have fun,
– Josie

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8 new storytellers made this great children's story,
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  1. Storyteller Andy (3) added to the children's story:

    I like candy,

  2. Storyteller Nate (6) added to the children's story:

    But then the bad guys came and this time I conquered the bad guys.

  3. Storyteller Molly 9 added to the children's story:

    But the bad guys are not really bad, they are just smelly. Smelly and slimy. Smelly and slimy and sloppy. Smelly and slimy and sloppy and disgusting.

  4. Storyteller Tam (6) added to the children's story:

    But the prince did not like the candy he found so he gave it to me and I ate it all up. Yummy yummy yummy. It was the best candy in the entire world but dont tell the prince that. i told him it was yucky

  5. Storyteller danzo (12) added to the children's story:

    and the the baby cried and cried because all of a sudden the candy ran out and there was none left cause the smelly guys pretended to be the prince and gave it to me and I accidentally ate it all cause the baby can't eat hard candy AWWWWWWWWW babies still crying

  6. Storyteller 44444 added to the children's story:

    Nothing cuz robots dont eat flowers

  7. Storyteller JESSICA 7 added to the children's story:

    Then a villain came and took the baby

  8. Storyteller 9 added to the children's story:

    Princess Peach rescued the baby and had twins that makes 3 kids.WOW! One day the prince came home and said good news we are going to Paris.Great said Princess Peach, but what about the kids. My mom is going to watch them said the prince.BUT she is a airhead she does not know nothing said Princess Peach. They are only 3 and 2 months old said Princess Peach.They will be fine said the Prince.But….here just eat some pickles said the prince. OK she can watch them said Princess Peach.Great you better go pack said the prince. When the grandma came she gave the kids to a stranger. The prince yelled and yelled at his mom and found the kids later in a box on a rainy day. The princess for gave him and ate more pickles.


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This children's story can be found in the My Baby Monsters Storytelling Library of Children's Stories, under All the Best Fractured Fairy Tales of Kids, All the Greatest Food Stories for Kids. It was written by Josie (Daughter of My Baby Monsters and Child Storyteller) on Thursday, April 19th, 2007 at 7:17 pm (Josie Time, UTC +2).

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