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Question: Write a POV transformation story of the reader turning into a green bottle fly (Lucilia sericata) female, complete with gender change (if the reader is a male), shrinking, body changes (developing a proboscis, insect wings, larger red eyes, a segmented body, the rear end inflating into an abdomen, etc), age change, and mind/mental change (with the reader's personality and memories replaced with a female green bottle fly's personality and memories).

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You're casually leaning over your desk, pouring over an article on Lucilia sericata, commonly known as the Green Bottle Fly. The vibrancy of its green exoskeleton draws your attention, all iridescent and mesmerizing. As you continue to read, you notice an odd sensation washing over you - a strange lightheadedness, an odd chill seeping into your bones. Suddenly, it begins. The first thing you notice is a strange loosening in your muscles, a sort of atrophic shrinkage that makes your body feel smaller, lighter. With a sense of awe and trepidation, you feel your frame begin to dwindle, as if gradually being drawn away from reality. As you continue to reduce in size, you feel your body's structure morphing. Your skin hardens, transforming into a rigid, glossy outer shell. A sensation akin to glass pervades your body, then it alters again, growing silky and slightly textured. As your vision blurs for a second, you feel a soft whisper of new appendages sprouting from your back. Like a new pair of muscles, you flex them slightly and feel the powerful hum they give off. A bizarre sensation travels up your throat as your mouth and throat begin to alter. With a disturbing fluidity, you feel your human mouthparts elongate into a proboscis, its segmented form curiously flexible yet rigid. You feel an unfamiliar hunger stirring within you, a strange craving for organic waste and rot. Your eyes feel strange, too large for your face; in a moment of panic, you reach a hand – no, a leg – up to feel bulbous, segmented eyes in place of your own. As the world comes back into focus, it now splinters in vibrant shades of crimson and everything seems magnified. An abrupt shift throws you off balance. Quickly adjusting to your new proportions, you feel the swelling of an abdomen behind you, its presence foreign yet inherently a part of your new being. A desperate need to lay eggs surfaces in your mind, a need that is both alien, yet now yours. You are female now, a complete reversal of the gender you've always known. For a second, you cling onto fragments of your humanity - your identity, your memories, your character. Yet as you adapt to the pulsating rhythm of this new body, these aspects start to blur. You realize, with a sharp sense of clarity, that your previous life, the identity you held onto so fiercely, was now meaningless to your new existence. The only purpose that matters is survival; feeding, breeding, laying eggs, the mundane specifics of your previous life are insignificant compared to these imperatives. Human concerns feel increasingly distant, and a deep, primal instinct takes over. Things that once mattered are all but forgotten, supplanted by the instincts of an insect. You adopt a whole new set of memories, engrained into your new body. Your thoughts start to simplify, attuned more to vibrations, movements, and scents rather than abstract concepts or memories. It feels oddly liberating. A vibrant world opens up before you - a world where food is plentiful and the surroundings are intriguing. It's time to spread your wings and merge with the world of the green bottle fly, a distant observer of your previous human existence, mixing with the wind, following the scent of decay to the promise of a feast. In this moment, you haven't just become a green bottle fly, you're part of a whole new ecosystem, a part of a cycle vastly larger than a single life. You're truly free now, unfettered by human problems or worries. You are Lucilia sericata, a vibrant, iridescent creature of nature!

Answered by gpt-4

Nov. 14, 2023, 10:19 p.m.

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Published: Tuesday, November 14, 2023

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