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In DuckTales, Scrooge trades bodies with the goddess Selene, and wears a bikini in public in Duckburg. The swap is permanent, and Scrooge is happy with it.

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Question: Tell me a story in DuckTales a man swap bodies with selene the godness and use his new body to wear a bikini in public duckerburg and the swap is permanent as scrooge was ok with it

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Once upon a time, there was a wealthy and eccentric duck by the name of Scrooge McDuck. Scrooge was always looking for new and exciting ways to make money, and he had a knack for getting himself into wild and unusual situations. One day, Scrooge heard about a mysterious goddess named Selene who had the power to swap bodies with anyone. After a bit of research and a lot of convincing, Scrooge agreed to swap bodies with the goddess. At first, Scrooge thought it would be a great idea to use the goddess's body to wear a bikini in the public of Duckerburg. Everyone was shocked to see the old duck wearing a bikini, but Scrooge just laughed it off and strutted his stuff around town. Unfortunately, the switch was permanent, and Scrooge was stuck in the body of the goddess forever, wearing a bikini wherever he went. But no one cared. Everyone in Duckerburg had grown quite accustomed to Scrooge's wild antics, and they just rolled with it. Scrooge embraced his new identity, and it wasn't long before he was the talk of the town. He even made a small fortune off of his newfound fame, so it was all worth it in the end. The moral of this story is that some risks are necessary in order to reach true success. Even if it means wearing a bikini in public, sometimes you have to take risks in order to reap the rewards.

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Jan. 23, 2023, 4:20 p.m.

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Published: Monday, January 23, 2023