"Ah, friend, thou blowest upon my bone!
long have I lain beside the water;
My brother slew me for the boar,
And took for his wife the King's young daughter."
Wow, this is the first case of infidelity in a fairy tale for me.
A woman fakes illness and the pastor (who wants to be with her) tells her husband to go to a faraway place to get the cure, on the way there he meets an egg seller who tells him the truth and tells him to hide in his egg basket to catch them red handed.
Another poor lass in the lair or a brutal murderer she was supposed to be wed to, only the murdered was a robber and a cannibal. The cannibal caught another poor victim and cut her finger with a ring on it, which landed right in the poor girl's... bosom, which she used as evidence.
This is two story about women cut into pieces in a row...
Imagine Bluebeard's story, but with a wizard, and a lass who covers herself in honey and feathers and makes a double of herself with a skull and some jewels and somehow fools the wizard, locks him in his own house and seta it on fire... Sure, a wizard could never escape a locked house... *shrugs*
Did I mention that this girl's sisters were butchered into pieces, but simply got better, because reasons?
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