requisition.

 \ rek-wuh-ZISH-uhn \  , noun;
1.     A demand made.
I spent the day with a darling 5 year old who believed himself to be a knight named Sir Swabravawatz (said just like it looks-swa BRAVE ah watz).  We had mutually decided that my name would then be Princess Eliza Lou (said princess eh LY za LOU).

But then, about 10 minutes later, our imaginary world took a turn and we were selling posters for $10/piece because he said I couldn’t afford breakfast.  He said, “You can be Princess Leia.”
“I’m Princess Eliza Lou.”
“You should be Princess Leia.”
“I’m Princess Eliza Lou.”
He repeated his requisition.  “You should be Princess Leia.”
I repeated my requisition.  “I’m Princess Eliza Lou.”
He then smirked and said, “Princess Leia is rich.  She has tons of gold.”
I shrugged my shoulders.  “Ok, I’ll be Princess Leia.”
Requisition success.
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