Stories: Koning Scheefbaard

Stories: Koning Scheefbaard

Dit is een #turbosprookje over een onbeschofte #prinses en #koning #lijsterbaard. Ook dit is een #sprookje #vanwalnoot-tot-wasknijper. Het telt 140 woorden. Ik ben een #mobieleblogger.

Er was eens een koning die wilde trouwen. Hij hoorde over een prinses die mooi, maar stront verwend was. Zij  was een ster in beledigen.
Vanwege zijn scheve kin had de koning een ringbaard. De prinses zag dat en schold hem uit voor scheefbaard. Al snel werd dat zijn bijnaam. Tijd voor wraak. Hij nam vakantie op, ging als zanger terug en... kreeg de prinses cadeau. Voor haar vader was de maat vol. Zij was de rotte appel.

Zo werd de asociale prinses met een zee aan tijd een vrouw die de afwasborstel hanteerde, wasknijpers gebruikte, bloemkool klaarmaakte, splinters verwijderde met een pincet en naar het marktplein fietste om potten te verkopen voor een paar euro. 

Miste zij het paleisleven? Waarschijnlijk niet. Haar dure jurken bleven aan de haak, zij genoot van elke hap walnoot en vloog niemand meer aan.

Dit sprookje is gebaseerd op "Koning Lijsterbaard" de bijnaam die deze koning kreeg van een prinses die hem te zeik zette, omdat hij zijn scheve kin verdoezelde met een baard. Al snel werd hij overal zo genoemd. Tijd om de verwaande meid een lesje te leren (het koninklijk huis scoort niet hoog in opvoeding) en aan het werk te zetten! Er is geen Jeugdzorg nodig hier. Men lost het probleem zelf op.

Dit verhaal deed mee aan de schrijfuitdagingen van:
FrutselenindeMarge (140w juli zeester en
Hans van Gemert (schrijfuitdaging zomer 2018

Ook dit turbo sprookje is een sprookje van walnoot tot wasknijper.

Je weet nooit wie of wat je bij tegenkomt...

#sprookjeschrijven #schrijfuitdaging #wijzeles

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Bear animals: real survivors
#Science Love it a bear animal like that? Have you ever encountered it? You don't think so. But I'm sure. The animal is an extreophile and tiny. With their 0.2 or 0.3mm you need eagle-eyed to see them. However, there are 1000 different species on Earth. They can be found in a variety of places. High in the mountains, deep or shallow in the Seas, in Tropical Rainforests and even Antarctica. They are also found in the Netherlands on beaches along the Oosterschelde. One time, a scientific scientist found them so interesting that he might want to study them more closely. After all, they had already been known to have had an evolution of 540 million years. So they already survived some extinctions. Like the extinction of the dinos and other prehistoric animals plus 4 previous devastations happened. The researchers didn't have a lot of trouble to click some of them. But had they left it up to them, the critters would have preferred to stay in their own familiar environment. For they were subjected to numerous barbaric trials, ocharity. Not fun for the critters. Baffling to the scientists! For example, some of them were placed in an extremely dry environment with less than 5% of their normal amount of water. And what did they do? They immediately created proteins that turned the parts of their body into a kind of vitreous composition. Which allowed them to protect their cells from drying out. If they put them back in a normal wet environment, they came back to life after 20 minutes. They froze them too, and when they were thawed, they frolicked again with their eight legs perky over the surface. Punishment after a few weeks they started laying eggs that all came out. They put them in an environment with bitterly low oxygen. They reduced their metabolism to near zero and returned to life as soon as oxygen came back to their disposal. The Scientists can only explain all of this trouble. Some thought they might have hit a meteorite here in the past. So they didn't think better than taking them to the International Space Station. There they were exposed to the freezing vacuum of Space and the cosmic rays. That too survived these tough creatures. Then they went a step further . Would they survive an impact on a planet? For that, they fired at a high speed in freezing state. They survived this too. Even though they should have defied a shockwave of 114.00 times greater than the air pressure on the Earth. At higher speeds, they kept the admittant. Some of them put under extremely germicidal ultraviolet light or bombarded with poison. Causing bacteria and roundworms to leave the 'axe' after 5 minutes The bear animals died only after about 24 hours. And there was one that even survived. As 'cherry on the pie' they also discovered that these extremophiles were able to run as fast as insects, and to each of them, their green poop is almost as long as their own bodies. Their poop is green because they mainly eat algae and shortst mosses. When all life on our planet is gone. Another 10 billion years on. Still crammed bear animals on it. Imagine if they have evolved into super intelligent beings in the meantime. Who, like humans, in minuscule format, had invented all kinds of. That would only be a cool discovery of larger living beings from somewhere out of the universe. The tiny super-survivors with their own civilization and culture on their own huge globe.