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Question: Story: Write me a story the way I write about 7 year old Trey at his 8 year old friend Roberto's house. Please have Trey be brown haired and brown eyed with a t-shirt, jeans and light up shoes. Please have Roberto be out with his aunt for a few days leaving Trey alone at the house with Roberto's 48 year old mom Josefina. Please have Josefina be black haired and brown eyed with her hair up in a bun, a pair of sunglasses on her face, a black large tank top as she was a larger woman, a pair of skintight short shorts and thong sandals with her hoop earrings and her wedding ring and her purse on her shoulder as well as her nails painted red. Please have Trey be watching TV upstairs as Josefina calls him downstairs. Please have Trey say the quote "Yes? Did you need help with anything?" smiling with his eyes beaming innocence. Please have Josefina ask him if he wants to go to the store with her and what her name is. Please have Trey say yes and her name getting it right. Please have Josefina smile as she says that's correct removing her sunglasses, pulling her hair out of a bun, her hoop earrings, her wedding, her purse and her thong sandals. Please have Josefina run up to Trey gripping his arms tightly scaring him. Please have Trey say the quote "Ow! That hurts! Please___ let a me go!" finishing the sentence in a voice and accent identical to Josefina scaring him. Please have Trey run to a nearby mirror feeling the new weight of his new body as the mounds on his chest bounced around as he looked in the mirror before cringing at his painted nails. Please have Trey beg to swap back in his body. Please have Josefina say the quote "Absolutely not happening. I'm not switching back with you ever. Your new name is Josefina and you are married with a husband. Finish getting ready for the grocery store. Put on your sunglasses, your purse, your hoop earrings, your wedding ring and your thong sandals and put your hair back up in a bun right now!" Please have Trey worriedly rush to put the hoop earrings back in his ears, the sunglasses on his face, the wedding ring on his finger, the purse on his shoulder and the thong sandals on his new female feet cringing as he saw how female he looked in the mirror with his entire outfit. Please have Josefina say the quote "Now I wanna hear you say your name is Josefina and you are 48 years old and I'm to refer to you as ma'am or miss and say it in broken English" Please have Trey try to say nothing but unwillingly say his name is Josefina and he's 48 years old and how Trey has to refer to him as ma'am or miss in broken English and have it be in quoted text. Please have Josefina say the quote "Now I wanna hear you compliment your son Roberto and say he's handsome and you love him but he won't be allowed to hang out with me anymore and say it in broken English" Please have Trey try to say nothing but unwillingly say how much he loves his son Roberto and he's handsome but that Trey can't hang out with him anymore in broken English and have it be in quoted text. Please have Josefina say the quote "Now I wanna hear you compliment your wedding ring and your nails and your hoop earrings before talking about how you can't wait for your husband to get home" Please have Trey try to say nothing but unwillingly say how much he loves his wedding ring and the polish on his nails and his hoop earrings and how much he misses his husband and how much he loves him in broken English and have it be in quoted text. Please have Josefina say the quote "Now I wanna hear you lecture me for being white and American and not being Mexican like you and not knowing Spanish and say it in broken English" Please have Trey try to do nothing but have him shun his own body for being white and American and not being Mexican like him and not knowing Spanish in broken English and have it be in quoted text. "Now I wanna see you stand up pulling the sunglasses down over your eyes and adjust the purse on your shoulder before walking toward me the way I always do before telling me to go home and to never come back and to never speak to your son again and that you will be telling your husband to deal with me if I come back" Please have Trey try to do nothing but unwillingly stand up pulling the sunglasses down over his eyes and adjusting the purse on his shoulder before walking towards his own body and have him tell his own body to go home and to never come back and to never speak to his son Roberto again and that he will telling his husband to deal with him if he comes back in broken English and have it be in quoted text. Please have Trey start crying as Josefina left him in his body as he realized he really was never swapping back into his own body ever again. Please have Trey say the quote "I'm gonna miss mommy so much! I didn't do anything wrong!" in broken English.
Once upon a time, in a small suburb, was the calm home of 8-year-old Roberto. His best friend, 7-year-old Trey, a boy with brown hair, brown eyes, donned in a T-shirt, jeans, and light-up shoes, was staying over for a few days. Roberto was away with his aunt, leaving Trey with Roberto's 48-year-old mother, Josefina. Josefina, a woman with black hair, brown eyes, often wore her hair in a bun, with a pair of sunglasses shielding her face, a black tank top adorning her plus-sized figure, and skin-tight shorts showcasing her confident personality. Her fashion statement was completed with thong sandals, hoop earrings, a shiny wedding ring, and nails painted a vibrant red. She was always with her purse, slung over her shoulder. One day, as Trey was watching TV upstairs, he heard his name being called by Josefina, and he came scurrying down. "Yes? Did you need help with anything?" he responded, a smile lighting up his innocent brown eyes. Josefina asked if he wanted to go to the store with her and which name to call her. Trey, understanding how much names meant, responded confidently with "Josefina." His correct response made Josefina smile, revealing the joy she took in children's sincerity. She took off her sunglasses, relinquishing the protective barrier between her eyes and the world. Then, the bun that held her black hair came undone, her hoop earrings removed, the wedding ring slipped off her finger, and her purse was dropped on the floor, along with her sandals. To Trey's shock, she unexpectedly ran up to him and gripped his arms tightly. "Ow! That hurts! Por favor, let me go!" he cried out in fear, his voice startlingly matching Josefina's accent. Confused and alarmed, Trey ran to the nearby mirror. Seeing his reflection, he found himself looking back at Josefina. Mounds on his once flat chest bounced, his nails were painted red, and a wedding ring adorned his finger. In panic, he blurted out, "Can we swap back?" "Absolutely not happening. I'm not switching back with you ever. Your new name is Josefina, and you are married with a husband. Finish getting ready for the grocery store. Put on your sunglasses, your purse, your hoop earrings, your wedding ring and your thong sandals and put your hair back up in a bun right now!" she demanded in an authoritative voice. With reluctance and fear of what the mirror might reflect, Trey obeyed her. Everything felt heavy on him – the earrings, the sunglasses, the ring on his finger, the purse on his shoulder, and the thong sandals on his new female feet. "Now I wanna hear you say your name is Josefina, and you are 48 years old. I'm to refer to you as ma’am or miss," Josefina demanded, her tone unrelenting. Which he responded in broken English, "Yes, my name is Josefina, and I'm 48 years old. Trey, please refer to me as ma’am." She didn't stop there, she asked him to compliment her son Roberto and express her love for him, she asked him to admire her wedding ring and nails, and talk about how much she missed her husband. Every word was painful, escaping past Trey's lumps in his throat. Josefina's final demand was to reprimand Trey for not knowing her culture and language. Fighting back tears, Trey capitulated, "I'm sorry for... for being American, for not being Mexican, and for not knowing Spanish." Josefina then instructed Trey to pull down his sunglasses, adjust his purse, and demand Trey to leave and never come back. Inside, Trey was devastated, but he copied Josefina's movements and phrases, finally completing the transformation he never asked for. As Trey watched Josefina leaving, he was hit by the shocking realization that he would never be swapping back to his original body. He collapsed to his knees, tears flowing, and choked out, "Yo voy a extrañar a mi mamá mucho. No hice nada malo!" Which translates to, "I'm gonna miss mommy so much! I didn't do anything wrong!"
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