Origin of Pinky Promise

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The Origin of Pinky Promise
by Carmela O. Ello, HRD 21

Once upon a time, there was huge kingdom in the place of Argentina. There live a king and a queen who where blessed by a fairy with a very beautiful daughter, who was named Rhianna. She was very known for her stunning beauty and great intelligence.

Because of these characteristics of her, princes from different kingdoms would come to visit their palace to propose to her. Rhianna had a hard time to choose among the princes, but then five handsome princes came to the final pick. To see who would be the best match for her, she gave them a test. She hid her right hand behind her back , closed his fist and unfolded only one finger and the five princes had to guess which it was. The first prince from Persia’s guess was the thumb. Unfortunately, he was wrong.

The next prince who was from Babylonia’s guess was the index finger. Again, it did not match. The beautiful princess moved to the next prince who came from London to see if he’s the one she was looking for. The third one’s guess was the middle finger. The princess got angry and slapped him at his face. “You bastard! How there you pointed me with your dirty finger? Do it again and I will break your neck!” Then, Princess Rhianna proceeded to the fourth prince who was from Lebanon. Because of too much nervousness, the prince collapsed.

The princess’ face looked very disappointed but still, tried to test the last prince. His turn made everyone in the palace very nervous and excited knowing that he’s the last prince to be tested. “Hmm let’s see if you will pass my test.” said the Princess. The fifth prince who traveled from Pakistan’s guess was the pinky finger. Finally, it matched with the unfolded finger of the princess. It was the sign that she would marry him. Soon, they got married and couldn’t be any happier. Time came when the prince had to leave her wife to fight for a war. He promised her that he’d come alive, crossing...
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