I know we are all real and grown adults but I think sometimes we all have a little cartoon character in all of us and maybe wonder what it would be like to be it.
If you had no choice but to be a cartoon character, and for the rest of your life live as one.. whether its going to school, going to work, driving down the street, dating, getting married, raising kids, career minded, a doctor, lawyer.. from now on you were going to be that character who would you be?
Ever since i was little i always loved Puss'N Boots, ever since i read the story, i always imagined being that kitty in boots..crafty, and creative yet noble and humble.. but who knows what's in the mind of a cat!
So for the rest of my life.. choosing a characer i would choose.. Puss'N Boots
Puss'N Boots story in short.. just pieces of the story.. trying to give you the idea.. of how he came to be...
Once upon a time, a miller died leaving the mill to his eldest son, his donkey to his second son and, a cat to his youngest son.
"Now that's some difference!" you might say; but there you are, that's how the miller was! The eldest son kept the mill, the second son took the donkey and set off in search of his fortune, while the third sat down on a stone and sighed, "A cat! What am I going to do with that?"
But the cat heard his words and said, "Don't worry, Master. What do you think? That I'm worth less than a half-ruined mill or a mangy donkey? Give me a cloak, a hat with a feather in it, a bag and a pair of boots, and you will see what I can do."
The young man, by no means surprised, for it was quite common for cats to talk in those days, gave the cat what he asked for, and as he strode away, confident and cheerful. the cat said. "Don't look so glum, Master. See you soon!"
Swift of foot as he was, the cat caught a fat wild rabbit, popped it into his bag, knocked at the castle gate, went before the King and, removing his hat, with a sweeping bow, he said "Sire, the famous Marquis of Carabas sends you this fine plump rabbit as a gift."
This continues through the story all the while capturing the heart of the king and queen.. and the people of the villages' attention, everyone had comments and thoughts of this noble gentleman!
His idea was to have his owner, a poor millers' son, to marry the princess have a good life, to prove his worth with his crafty and creative ways..
To cut a long story short, the miller's son, now Marquis of Carabas, married the Princess and lived happily with her in the castle. And from time to time, the cat would wink and whisper, "You see, Master, I am worth a lot more than any mangy donkey or half-ruined mill, aren't I?"
Which Character Would You Be?
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