When the royal barber took the prince's hat off, he was surprised, as was the prince, to see the donkey ears.
And the prince turned into a good and compassionate man who, whenever he heard someone making fun of others, would say, "Be careful my friend, you never know when you get donkey ears.
One day he decided to take action. "I'll go to Hades, the god of the underworld, and get Euridyce back."
The fairies decided to grant him the wish of a son. #bookmark
look up ⪢⪢
If a fisherman or a shepherd had looked up just then,
he would have seen two very unusual birds hovering above the waves. #conditional ◁￫◁
Who could have believed that a mortal father and son had mastered the art of flight? ┆ Who could have believed that a mortal father and son had mastered the art of flight if anyone had looked up just then?
Their head was too big or their legs were too short nor they were too dumb.
No doubt he would have thought that he had caught sight of two winged gods. ┆ If a fisherman or a shepherd had looked up just then, he would have thought that he had caught sight of two winged gods.
take measures ⪢⪢
Tired of the constant danger that the cat presented, one of the mice decided to summon a general counsel so that all the mice could debate what measures they could take to outwit their common enemy the cat.
used to ⪢⪢
As he grew older, the prince got used to everybody praising him for his beauty and his brains.
"You need donkey ears no more," and with the wave of her wand the donkey ears disappeared.
They lived a happy life but had a big danger nearby - a witty and big cat who also lived there.