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PopQuizzical Daily! for April 15, 2013:

In ‘Rapunzel’, the prince is blinded – but cured with what at the end of the story?

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After performing a wolfectomy (cutting Red Riding Hood and Grandma out of the wolf), the woodsman let Red Riding Hood fill the wolf’s empty tummy with stones.  I don’t know why we decided to torture the villain in our story, but it’s a cautionary tale – for everyone involved.

These are the actual rocks that were put into the wolf’s belly in Little Red Riding Hood. And if you believe that, I have a wolf pelt to sell you.

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