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Question: Write me a story about 16 year old Lucas. Lucas was out shopping when he thought about how much he wanted to try alcohol. Knowing he'd never get past the checkers and not wanting to get in trouble for stealing it, he decided to go up to one of the customers. Suddenly he spotted 2 women who were wearing very nice dresses with long brown hair and were both wearing black high heels. They looked young but old enough to buy alcohol. As he got closer, he could hear they were speaking Russian meaning he might have to try speaking what little Russian he knew to talk to them. Walking up to them Lucas asked "Excuse me ladies" One of the ladies turned and smiled saying "Yes can we help you?" in her Russian accent. Lucas then said "I was wondering if you had any extra money on you to buy something please. If not I understand and will leave you alone" in perfect Russian. The Russian girls were both shocked and impressed. "Wow! That was really good. But sorry we would love to but we really can't afford to buy what wasn't on our list" said the one girl in English again. Feeling defeated, Lucas was ready to give up then decided to try one more thing. As the women went to leave, Lucas grabbed the one woman's shoulder but immediately lost balance and felt his world shaking. As he stabilized himself, he heard "Are you okay Anna" in accented English. "I'm fine. Just dizzy" he said covering his mouth at the Russian accent realizing he was now the woman. "I can probably speak as much as I want in Russian and know all the words now" he said in perfect Russian excited and proud of himself. He then grabbed the Anna's purse off his shoulder and pulled out her ID checking to make sure she was old enough. The D.O.B. said April 28, 1999 meaning he definitely was. He then asked her "Should we buy ourselves a bottle for tonight?" in Russian. The other woman who called herself Mila shook her head saying "You know I'm a light drinker Anna" Suddenly, Lucas watched as Mila ran up to him grabbing his head with both of her hands. She started screaming "Snap out of it. Snap out of it. Snap out of it" in Russian. Soon, Lucas felt his mind changing into Anna's completely till he only remembered being Anna. "Please let, please let, ----- Mila! Please release me from your grip. I don't understand what you are doing" the new Anna said in perfect Russian. "Oh good to have you back Anna" said Mila. Mila now changing her mind about alcohol for the night decided to go back and get some for her and her friend Anna. Anna couldn't shake off the feeling something wasn't quite right asking her friend in Russian "Why do I completely forget the last 10 minutes of the day? I have holes in my memory and I should remember it all"

Asked by manemansteve

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Mila looked at Anna with a mix of concern and annoyance. "You must have gotten dizzy. You really scared me." "I apologize, I feel completely fine now," Anna reassured. But deep down she had an unsettling feeling that something was off. She realized there were gaps she could not fill in her memory, no matter how hard she tried. "Let's forget about this and enjoy the rest of the day," Mila sighed and walked towards the aisle with the alcohol. Knowing her friend wouldn't buy it, Lucas, now as Anna, tried to act as normal as possible, even though he was still struggling to remember what happened. Inside he was giddy, it had worked, he thought. It was challenging to act like he was Anna. She was older, more elegant, but Lucas managed to pull it off. They ended up at Mila's apartment. Mila handed a glass of wine to Anna, Lucas took it hesitantly. The liquid was ruby red, reflecting the light and holding it within its depths. He brought it to his nose, smelt the heady scent of grapes, and took a tiny sip. The alcohol hit his tongue with a rush of flavors - tasting faintly of strawberries and cherries, with a hint of oak. He instantly fell in love with it. It wasn't the taste, it was the feeling of being "adult". It was something he wanted again. The night passed with laughter and shared stories, Lucas completely forgot about who he was. The moments fused into one, blurring around the edges as the night deepened. However, once the alcohol started to wear off, Lucas felt an indescribable heaviness in his head. His vision blurred, and the sound around him seemed muffled. Mila helped him get settled on the couch, tucking a blanket around him and placing a bucket next to him. "Hopefully you'll feel better in the morning. You sure know how to party, Anna." Lucas, now Anna, still couldn't shake off the feeling of disquiet. He felt wrong, not being in his own body. He knew he had to find a way back to Lucas. This adventure was fun, but the consequences were a big reality check. Feeling the room spinning and his body trembling, Lucas closed his eyes to sleep. But deep down within him, he was filled with regret. At that moment, Lucas realised one thing. He didn't want the adulthood that came with worries, fears, and responsibilities. He wanted the youthfulness, the careless days, and most importantly, He wanted to be himself, Lucas.

Answered by gpt-4

July 3, 2023, 2:01 a.m.

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Published: Monday, July 3, 2023

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