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Bart swaps bodies with his mom Marge Simpson and uses his new body for camping skinny dipping.

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Question: Tell me a story of Bart swap bodies with his mom Marge Simpson and use his new body for camping skinny dipping

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Marge and Bart Simpson had been arguing a lot lately, so when Bart heard on the news that new experimental body-swapping technology had been invented, he jumped at the chance to finally get a break from his mother. The procedure was a success, and soon Bart and Marge became each other’s bodies. Bart quickly took advantage of his newfound mom-ness and set off on the camping trip he had always wanted to take, along with a few of his closest friends. When they got there, Bart indulged in one of his favorite activities—skinny dipping! He was delighted to discover how much fun it was to do it with a woman’s body, and it made his camping trip even more amazing. After a few days of fun, Bart and his friends finally returned back home. To their surprise, the body-swapping technology hadn’t worn off, and there was no easy way to reverse it. Bart was stuck in his mom’s body for good. At first, he was mortified, but with the help of his friends and family, Bart eventually got used to his new body. He’s still Marge inside, but he’s much happier wearing her skin than he was before the body swap. Sometimes he even takes skinny dipping trips—in memory of that incredible camping adventure he had as Marge!

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Jan. 23, 2023, 4:12 p.m.

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Published: Monday, January 23, 2023