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This image accompanies an article about the Steven Universe show, "Steven Universe," in which a human steals the body of a pearl, and uses it for fun like a public display. The show's characters, including Steven, are unable to save her from being kept hostage by the human.

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Question: Tell me a story how would humans, steal pearl body and use her body for fun like public as they kept it forever as the crystal gems can't save her , from Steven universe show

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Once upon a time, in the world of Steven Universe, a band of human thugs decided to steal Pearl's body from the Crystal Gems. They thought it would be fun to take her body and use it for their own purposes. The thugs took Pearl's body to their hideout and began to use it for entertainment. They would dress Pearl up and use her for parties and games. They would also make her perform for them, forcing her to make jokes and dance. They kept her body in a safe place so that the Crystal Gems couldn't find her. The Crystal Gems were determined to find and rescue Pearl, so they searched day and night. One night, they finally found her. They were shocked to see that her body had been taken and used for the thugs' entertainment. They immediately freed her and brought her home. The Crystal Gems were relieved to have Pearl back and took extra steps to ensure she would never be taken again. They protected her, and together, they all lived happily ever after.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Jan. 23, 2023, 8:10 a.m.

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Published: Monday, January 23, 2023

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