Here comes the turnip truck!
Hello, Followers, I’ve missed you; but, I am back now and today I am going to tell you a story about a not-so-young man named David the Great … and a beautiful and mighty princess warrior named Princess Toni.
In this story David the Great will be played by
one of the best actor I know: the not-so-young David the Edge (40 years old):
The above photo shows the not-so-young David the Edge (40 years old) with and without facial and body hair. I asked him to shave for this story. He said OK.
And, the beautiful and mighty Princess Toni will be played by the real-life Princess Toni (30 years old):
She is this pretty all the time.
DAVID THE GREAT …
AND THE BEAUTIFUL AND MIGHTY PRINCESS WARRIOR
Once upon a very long time ago, there was a not-so-young man named David the Great who lived in Rome, Italy with other people.
David the Great was not so young, a little bit smart and very kind. So said almost all who knew him.
He was especially kind to fair maidens in distress.
One day, a very long time ago, the not-so-young David the Great gathered with some friends on and around a random bench in the middle of Rome.
As his comrades sat around enjoying the lovely weather, the not-so-young David the Great began to contemplate some of life’s biggest questions:
Where can I have my nails nicely manicured?
What day is it?
Is an owl really all that smart?
He asked another not-so-young man named Ralph what he thought the answers to these questions were.
Ralph did not know.
The next day a mean and ugly troll entered the city and tried to harm the not-so-young David the Great and the not-so-young David the Great was scared.
So were all the male peons and the women-folk.
Alas, the not-so-young David the Great and his comrades had nothing to fear, for hiding among the frightened women-folk was a beautiful and mighty princess warrior named Princess Toni.
Doesn’t she have the prettiest shoes?
The beautiful and mighty Princess Toni saved the weak men and the scared women-folk and drove off the ugly troll forever.
The not-so-young David the Great was very grateful to Princess Toni and swore to be her chambermaid forever.
The not-so-young David the Great’s comrades were also very grateful.
Together they danced for joy in the streets.
And they all lived happily ever after.
Please note that this story is based on the not-so-young David the Edge’s real life.
Until next time…
I’m turning off the turnip truck.