As they walked on, they talked and laughed and they all had fun together. Theo realized that it didn’t matter if they were different form the others of their king, he liked them because they were nice and funny and a whole bunch of other cool things. He didn’t care that they were different or considered weird by anyone else, her like them and they were all going to be friends.
All of a sudden a venomous snake the size of a car came out of nowhere. They were all so terrified that they started to run. As they were running Theo tripped and fell and was about to get eaten by the snake when the wrestler came to his rescue.
The wrestler fought the snake and won. The snake slithered away in defeat and the wrestler realized something.
“Thank you,” Theo said to him.
“Of course,” replied the wrestler. “You are my friend and I would do anything to protect you. I just realized something.”
“What?” the other three said together.
“It doesn’t matter if others think I’m scary enough. I like myself the way that I am and that is all that matters.”
“I think so too,” said Theo. Realizing that the wrestler reminded him of his dad a little (they were both strong and brave and would do anything to protect Theo), Theo started to miss his home and his family a lot and realized that he did in fact want to go home. Despite having made all these new friends he started to miss his old life.