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A face stared up in horror at someone who seemed so familiar. It was how she had once dressed, and how her hair had once looked. But it was not her. She shook in her tiny shoes as she took a few steps back from the boy with the brown hair who was holding the rope. Hands released the rope holding the mammoth of a man who crawled on all fours like a dog. She had struggled not to scream. She had tried to get away. Now she was left with just on revelation as she made it out of the house.
The boy had grabbed hold of his own hair and pulled revealing not only that the hair was a wig, but blonde hair that flowed elegantly from underneath. As she stumbled out of the house, a hand reached forward and handed her something. A half smile appeared on the blonde girls face, her special friend, her princess. Wendy smiled at her, sadly though, as Jennifer hefted cold metal in her tiny hands. Her eyes filled with big salty tears that threatened to overtake her vision. Wendy gav
Jennifer, come home"Please, let me out." Jennifer whimpered at the door that the girls had locked. She could hear them giggling on the other side. Brown snuffled at her side and woofed softly when she called his name. "I must find another way out." Jennifer looked around and saw a dirty rug in the corner. "Jennifer..you can't win. We are the Princesses and you will always be just filthy Jennifer. You and that ugly dog." The laughing voices echoed and Jennifer covered her ears as Brown howled.More Like This
"Brown, come." Brown sniffed at the rug and started to bark. Jennifer lifted it and found a trapdoor. Slowly she climbed down the ladder to a tunnel. She felt a little better carrying the axe and Brown by her side. Her heart was so weak, she didn't know if she could play any more of their games. What was it she was supposed to find as a tribute? She reached back into her memory box and saw a..pendant?? But it was broken in half. What to do, she thought.
"I know. I'll have Brown sniff it!" Jennifer put it in front of