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Re: A Princess Story


In a message dated 11/24/1999 10:51:00 AM Eastern Standard Time, JamDix 
writes:

<< 
  > Once upon a time there lived a king. The king had a beautiful daughter.
  > But there was a problem. Everything the girl touched, would melt. No
  > matter what, metal, wood, plastic, etc. Everything she touched would
  > melt!
  >
  > Because of this, men were afraid of her and nobody would dare to marry
  > her. One day a wizard told the king, "If your daughter touches one
  > thing
  > that would not melt in her hands, her symptom will be cured."
  >
  > The king was overjoyed. The next day, he held a competition, any man
  > that can bring his daughter an object that would not melt, gets to
  > marry
  > her and inherit the king's wealth.
  >
  > Three young princes took up the challenge.
  >
  > The first prince brought a huge diamond, thinking that diamond is the
  > hardest and will not melt. But alas, once the princess touched it, it
  > melted! The prince went away sadly.
  >
  > The second prince brought the hardest alloy he could find, but the same
  > thing happened, it melted.....so he too went away.
  >
  > The third prince told the princess, "Put your hand in my pocket and
  > feel
  > it"
  >
  > The princess did as told, though turning red. It did not melt!!!
  > The king was overjoyed!!! And, the third prince lived happily with the
  > princess ever after........
  > Question: What was the object?
  >
  > (Scroll down for the answer)
  > .....
  > .....
  > .....
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  > .....
  > .....
  > .....
  > .....
  > .....
  > .....
  > .....
  > .....
  > .....
  > .....
  > .....
  > Answer: M&Ms Chocolate, melts in your mouth and not in your hand!
  > (what were you thinking? - for shame!!)
 
  >>
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