Roger Skunk’s mother hit the wizard on his head. Do you think it was right on her part to do so? Should the wizard hit Roger Skunk’s mother?

Question: Roger Skunk’s mother hit the wizard on his head. Do you think it was right on her part to do so? Should the wizard hit Roger Skunk’s mother?
Answer: Roger Skunk’s mother was angry at the wizard for changing the smell of her young one. The smell was what made a skunk different from the other animals. In fact, this was what created the individuality that she was so proud of. For her, it was more important to retain that individual character rather than having friends. So when the wizard changed Roger Skunk’s smell into the beautiful smell of roses, it made her very angry. In her anger and without waiting for any justification from her son, she marched towards the wizard’s house, hit him on his head and demanded the young Skunk to be
given back its smell.
In my opinion, it was wrong on the part of Roger Skunk’s mother to hit the wizard since the wizard did not force Roger to change his smell and was in fact abiding by his wishes, trying to make him happy. Instead of checking up on the reason, she went and hit, which I believe was absolutely wrong. She could have instead talked and sorted it
out with him.
No, it would be wrong for the wizard to hit Roger Skunk’s mother. First, her actions were
a result of her love for her young one. Second, hitting in response would have only made it a bigger issue and then there would have been no end to the whole thing.

Roger Skunk’s mother hit the wizard on his head. Do you think it was right on her part to do so? Should the wizard hit Roger Skunk’s mother?


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