Brothers Grimm Fairytales

1741 Words Jul 17th, 2018 7 Pages
Introduction:
I know a fairytale is magical and even realistic. Fairytales have talking animals, magic foods, and fairy godmothers. Also they are used for entertainment and the basis that most children start out with when they are young. Most fairytales have a happy ever after ending and start with “Once upon a time”. Personally, my experiences with fairytales were, I loved certain ones and there were ones that I wouldn’t watch. I loved “Beauty and the Beast” and “Cinderella”. As a child, fairytales gave me hope for a happy ever after. I would often go looking for prince charming or see if my brothers turned into talking mice. When I was younger I lived next to a forest. My friends and I would hop over the gate and play “Snow White”.
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So it was Saturday and I still had to do my hair which would take a day all by itself. So we watched the movie and did my hair at the same time because the movie had to be back by 9:00 p.m. We had to pause frequently, but we finally got everything done, the movie was finished and my hair was done, it was 8:50 p.m. and Publix is 15 minutes away. We rushed and it seemed god was on our side that day because we didn’t catch any lights and there was no traffic. We got the movie in by 8:58 p.m.. So it came time for me to print out the questions the next day at my neighborhood office. But every time I went, there was this same couple on the computer and I would wait and then they would just stare at me. So I left and came back and they laughed and continued on the computer. So I finally just asked can I use it for one second and they ignored me. I’m a pretty nice person I let it be. The office closed at 5:00 p.m. and it was 4:50 p.m. so finally at 4:58 p.m. they got up and left. I had to rush and print the paper and the office manager got mad, because he had to wait an extra minute to close up. So when doing the researching it was fun to do and not like any other assignment I had to do researching for.

The Find: Fairytales appeal to the newer generations because they are more available and connect more with the newer generations than the older ones. Fairytales are “stories that are usually for children
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