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Question: Story: Write me a story the way I write about a random 6 year old boy with a description of the boy's name, appearance, where he's from, what he looks like, what he sounds like, and what he's wearing as he goes to bed. Have him wake up the next morning in the body of a prostitute with the name the prostitute ends up having, her exact age, have the him be older than someone he used to be younger than, what state he's in, where he woke up and describe his new appearance including his hair and possible hair dye and eyes, outfit, have him wake up with heels or wedges or sandals on his feet, purse including the contents of the purse. Have the boy say "Mommy" in the prostitute's voice before crying as he misses his family. Have the boy try to walk normally but unwillingly walk like the prostitute even unwillingly making seductive faces and waving unwillingly. The swap is permanent.

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Story: Eduardo was an innocent young soul of merely six years old. Broad-shouldered and a tad bit taller than his peers, his mousy brown hair tumbled over his big ebony eyes. He hailed from the colorful city of Santiago, Chile, brimming with its rich culture and food. His voice, charmingly sweet, possessed the warmth of hot cocoa on a chilly winter day in the Andes. Eduardo was a responsible boy. Every evening, he would shed his usual daytime attire of colorful shorts and cartoon-printed T-shirts, slipping into his favorite dinosaur pajamas for bed. With his faithful teddy bear cuddled in his arms, he would whisper "Buenas noches, mami" before drifting off into nocturnal adventures. Then came the day when the familiar became a dream, and the unreal became reality. Eduardo was no longer the little boy whose worries revolved around missing his favorite morning cartoons. Without any preparatory warning, he still felt the softness of his bed beneath him, but as he blinked open his eyes, a mirror across the room reflected a woman completely foreign to him. The name "Iris" persisted in his mind. As Iris, he was now 35, the same age as his aunt he'd always enjoyed being just slightly younger than. Securing a location through the unfamiliar glimmering gadgets in Iris's purse, he realized he was no longer in Santiago but in the bustling city of New York. New York State, the city that never sleeps, evidently lived up to its name. In the mirror, he observed copious amounts of auburn hair cascading down to Iris's mid-back, evidence of an expensive salon hair-dye job. Her eyes, emerald green, shone vibrantly with an inner liveliness, complementing her tastefully done eyeliner and mascara. Iris dressed in a sequin clad scarlet dress that seemed to accentuate curves Eduardo didn't know he had. On his feet, he found a pair of black wedge heels, and there was a olive-green designer purse slung over the oriental room divider. The purse contained an immaculate wallet with an ID, a pack of cherry-flavored gum, a tube of flamingo pink lipstick, a pepper spray, and the previously mentioned phone. Although overwhelmed, a wave of homesickness washed over him and he blurted "Mami." His voice, previously high pitched and youthful, now had the sultry tone of a grown woman. He sank down on the plush burgundy lounge and cried, yearning for his family in his dinosaur pajamas. As Eduardo staggered to his feet to regain composure, a bizarre sensation took over his being. He suddenly found himself walking with a seductive sway, his innocent face giving way to an unintentional allure, and his hand involuntary waving in a fashion he'd seen adult women do often. Now, whether he wanted it or not, Eduardo was Iris, with no way to revert to his innocent childhood. He was now an adult, expected to live in a woman's body and navigate a world utterly alien to him. His days of being a young boy from Santiago were over, the bright city lights of New York City now a stark contrast to his previous life.

Answered by gpt-4

Feb. 9, 2024, 6:48 p.m.

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Published: Friday, February 9, 2024

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