OMG, I thought he died along with the parents in the car crash...?!tony ingram wrote:Yes. So they sent her twin brother in her place. In a dress. (and the first person who can identify which story that last idea was a reversal of wins the DC Thomson Prize for Extreme Cleverness).Audiate wrote:Oh, I remember that one! Didn't she have a younger sister to look after, too, and they were always trying to dodge the evil social services lady who wanted to take her away? And the sisters were also, between ballet auditions, trying to search for their lost lame dog, who wore a collar with a locket that contained the secret to the fortune they were supposed to inherit? And their evil uncle was trying to find it before them...Brendan McGuire wrote:Young Wendy Redreid-Robbin was orphaned when both her parents died from acute poverty after drinking water from their hovel's well. But Wendy had always dreamt of dancing at the Melchester Royal Ballet. By dint of working hard, selling rat turds to a grateful clientelle, Wendy was able to pay for an audition before Madame Dominatrix, a former Prima Ballerina, now reduced to appearing as a bitter and twisted old cow in childrens' serial stories. But the night before her audition, Wendy discovers that the pointe shoes she had made from old tractor tyres have perished. Now read on...
Oh, and the younger sister was allergic to chalk, so she couldn't go to school.
Wait... does that mean he's a GHOST???
eeeeeee! *runs away screaming*
Do I win the prize?