Once upon a time, a long, long ago, there was a prince that wanted to create a law saying that all “so called princesses” had to sleep on a mattress with a pea under it( without them knowing of course). Then that way the prince would know if that princess was indeed a princess or just an imposter when or if they complained to have not slept well. So after the prince thought of that fantastic idea, he then contacted his friend to help him write it up. So the Prince wrote the bill with a little help from his friend the “Joker,” also known as the senator of the state of Never-Never Land. When the prince and the joker were finally done writing up the bill “The Princess and the Pea'” they introduced it to the House of Representatives at the Great Ja’gotabee-Kid’inmee Castle. It was then brought to a small committee, and because the entire house agreed that something had to be done with this horrible princess fraud scandal they immediately debated the topic in the House of Representatives. It did not take very long to debate, because all agreed that it was a superb idea that could really help their country (Cu-Cu Ville), and that it would benefit the true princesses by making it more equal towards them. They then voted on the “Princess and the Pea” bill and everyone in the committee voted yes. The very next day the “Princess and the Pea” bill was introduced to the Senate, who were also residing at the Great Ja’gotabee-Kid’inmee castle. The bill was given to a committee, made up of many different people. Without any waiting period, the bill was immediately rushed to the debating room, to of course be debated. The Prince was so nervous while waiting for the debate to come to a finish, mainly because he thought that this idea of his was fabulous and because he had worked so hard on it. Finally their decision was made. After they were finished with their debate, all but one voted yes for the “Princess and the pea” bill. The one person in the Senate who voted no was thought to have been an ex-con. Luckily they had more than enough votes in the Senate so that the bill could again move on. After a total of six days, the bill was then brought to the President of their country (the country of Cu-Cu Ville). He read the bill and decided that this would make a great law and that it would help keep the country in order and help maintain the worsening princess fraud problem. The President of Cu-Cu Ville then signed his name on the bill, and it was immediately made into a law. It took a total of three weeks before the bill was made into a law. It was thought to be by most people a great law, especially by all of the princes who had ever reined. The only citizens who did not agree to the bill were the thousands of women who thought that they could wrongfully disguise themselves as princesses and become royalty. From then on there was a saying by all of the royal families that said “You may feel like a princess in your heart, but remember you will most likely never become one.” Most of the people lived happily ever after, and the ones who didn’t just got used to it. This greatly thought out bill, “The princess and the pea,” made the country and the state of Never-Never Land famous in most history books, but none that I ever heard of.