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Question: Write a POV transformation story of the adult male reader almost instantly turning into Lori L. Loud from the Loud House animated series, complete with gender change (the reader becoming female), clothes change, age change (age regression if the reader is older than Lori herself), height change, reality change (the reader's real world becoming the world of Loud House), and mind/mental change (with the reader's personality and memories being completely replaced with Lori's personality and memories, despite the reader's best efforts, making her entirely forget her past self and only remembering being a girl named Lori Loud). For Lori Loud's appearance (after the reader turned into her), she is a 17 or 18 year old girl who is the tallest among all her siblings (around 6 feet in height). She has large blonde hair (a genetic trait she shares with her mother, even though Lori's hair is slightly longer). She wears a light blue tank top (which was later revealed to be the top of her mother's old girdle shirt), brown cargo shorts, blue-gray slip-on shoes, and light blue eyeshadow. For Lori's personality, she is bossy and she has a bad temper. As such, Lori tends to come off as somewhat rude and condescending towards those not familiar with her; but, aside from that, she is friendly and kind. By Season 3, Lori's bad temper seems to have gone down but occasionally, she still gets moody. She does not like the others touching her possessions, especially her cell phone, which seems to be her most valuable object. The reason for this is that she does not want to waste her phone memory for messages other than the ones from Bobby. She is also very territorial as she loudly yells at anyone who goes into her room without permission before kicking them out. She is also shown to be protective, as she locks her room with a key and electronic keypad lock. In some occasions she acts without thinking and commits malicious actions against the others for her own selfish benefits, such as trying to stop Leni from learning to drive so that she can remain the only Loud kid with a license, but since her love for her family always comes before any petty problem, she has a caring heart underneath a rough exterior, and she will always try to fix her mistakes. Deep down, Lori is insecure; it is shown that while she gets annoyed and easily agitated by a lot of people, she feels lonely without the people she loves and cares about (such as Bobby and her family) and her worst fear is in fact, losing their approval. Some examples include being lonely when sleeping in the garage away from her siblings and bursting out crying after being dumped by Bobby. Lori, much like her father and paternal grandfather, is very emotional and cries easily. She will often cry if she is lonely or has simply had a bad day. She also appears to have inherited Lynn Sr.'s clumsiness along with Leni and Lincoln. Despite being insecure, Lori is very reliable and a good leader. Before she left for college, she was the only one who could competently take charge without chaos ensuing. Even when Leni is left in charge, she will call Lori if she requires assistance. Lori also has an interest in golf and is a very skilled player, though nervousness can impede her ability to play golf. Part of the reason she attended Fairway University was because of their emphasis on golf. Despite this, she is not very interested in other sports. Like Leni, Lori has an interest in fashion, though unlike Leni, she doesn't make clothes. Leni often turns to Lori for fashion advice; and, when Lori and Leni roomed together, they would often borrow one another's clothes without permission, causing many squabbles between the two. Lori is a romantic; she plans very elaborate dates with Bobby and talks very affectionately towards him. She also enjoys giving her siblings love advice and watching romance shows such as The Dream Boat. If she suspects that one of her siblings has a crush, she will get very excited. She seems to also have an interest in nutrition. Her siblings complain about her going on "health kicks", which seem to be mainly focused on food; and, she enthuses about her bean chips being low-calorie and high-fiber. There should also be quotes from the characters in this story so we know what they're saying and what they're thinking.
I found my world changing in an instant. Looking down, I no longer saw the rough hands and strong legs of an adult male. Instead, I saw smooth, youthful legs and manicured hands that belonged to a teenage girl. My casual clothes of jeans and a tshirt were replaced with a light blue tank top and brown cargo shorts. Bewildered, I reached up to check my hair and instead of the expected short hair, I felt long strands of blonde hair. An enveloping sense of confusion washed over me, but it was soon overtaken by a strong sense of bossiness and an undercurrent of bad temper. Looking around, my world was no longer the familiar streets of my town. Instead, I inhabited the world of the Loud House animated series. I looked at my phone, now replaced with a different one, and seeing the text from Bobby brought forth waves of emotions. "No duh, Bobby, I was expecting your call!" I muttered to myself, detecting the rudeness of Lori's tone in my voice. Suddenly, I felt frustrated as I entered my room. "Literally! who keeps touching my stuff! Don't mess with my cell phone or you'll lose a thumb!" I surprisingly found myself yell. My past memories faded away as they were gradually replaced by Lori's. I knew I was trying hard to resist this transformation, but it all seemed to be in vain. Despite the initial irritation, I soon felt warmth and kindness seeping within me. There was a familial bond with the many siblings I seemingly forgot just moments ago. But, the bond was not without conflicts. "Leni, stop borrowing my clothes without permission," I chided my seemingly naive sister. My world and sense of self-transformed. I was Lori Loud, the bossy, somewhat rude yet kind-hearted girl, who had a fierce protective streak. I was not just a character in a show anymore; I was Lori Loud. My past life was just a distant memory. The sounds, scents, and scenes of my childhood as a boy were now replaced with a much more feminine upbringing. I was no longer the adult man in the real world, but the tall, blonde teenage girl from the Loud House series. "Ahhh...the life of a Loud," I thought, rolling my eyes and sighing deeply. But beneath the exasperation, there was a sense of belonging, of truly being Lori Loud. I was engulfed by a wave of insecurity. I was annoyed by a lot of people, but also felt lonely without them. From the corner of my eye, I could see the electronic keypad lock on my door, and it dawned on me that my protective nature was because of my fear of losing my loved ones. "I guess, this is who I am now. Love me, hate me, but you just can't ignore me. I am Lori Loud and I'm not going anywhere!" The declaration echoed in my mind as I finally accepted my new identity and reality with a newfound courage. The world of cartoons, a figment of animated imagination, was now my reality. The adult male from the real world was no more. Now, it was all about navigating through the ever-chaotic world of the Loud House as Lori L. Loud, the oldest, bossy, and surprisingly caring sister. The transformation was indeed a surreal experience, but I was all set to own it, in loud and proud 'Lori' style.
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