I wrote this story. I hope it inspires you.
Once upon a time, there was a prince who was handsomest in all the world. Everybody liked to look at him, but the person who liked to look at him most was himself. Whenever he felt sad, he looked at himself in the mirror and was instantly happy for days.
One day while travelling through his kingdom, he met a girl crying.
“Why are you crying?” asked the Handsomest Prince.
“I’m crying because I’m sad,” said the girl who was staring sadly at the ground.
“Well, why don’t you look in the mirror? That always makes me happy.” The Handsomest Prince smiled handsomely.
“But that’s why I’m crying,” said the girl. “I’m crying because I looked in a mirror and saw that I am so ugly!”
“Oh,” said the Handsomest Prince, surprised. “I’m not sure what ‘ugly’ is. Is it common?”
“Yes it is. Many people are sad because they are so ugly. Don’t you already know?” And here the girl looked up and saw with whom she had been speaking. “Oh my!” A smiled spread across her face. “I didn’t realize I was talking to you, Handsomest Prince! My day is so much better!”
“Hmmmm,” thought the Handsomest Prince. “I think I have an idea to help everyone in my kingdom.”
So the Handsomest Prince left to find the hideously ugly witch who lived on the high mountain.
“Witch,” said the Handsomest Prince bravely. “I need you to cast a spell on every mirror in the kingdom so that whenever someone looks in the mirror, instead of seeing their own face, they will see mine. It is the only way for everyone to be happy.”
“OK,” said the witch. “But for the spell to work, you need to give me a kiss.”
The witch was very ugly, but the Handsomest Prince wanted his people to be happy, so he leaned in to kiss the witch’s gross, warty, dry lips. But the instant before his lips touched hers, she turned into a beautiful princess and then they made out.
The spell worked! And from that day forward, whenever anyone looked in a mirror, they saw the Handsomest Prince’s face and everyone was happy and they all lived happily ever after especially the Handsomest Prince.
Moral: Always be the handsomest. The End