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Question: Show me a story where Timmy Turner finds a way to make Trixie Tang love him. While snooping around in his parent's room for his dad's cologne, he accidentally knocks one of his mom's necklaces onto him. Before he can remove it, it changes his body, clothes and voice into his mom's. He slowly forgets who he is and becomes his mom 100% forgetting about his old life, his fairies and Trixie thinking she is now just a kid and not his girlfriend.
Once upon a time, in the quaint town of Dimmsdale, Timmy Turner, an average 10-year-old boy, only wanted one thing - to earn the love of the most popular girl in school, Trixie Tang. However, his every attempt at impressing her had so far ended in disappointment. One day, when his parents were out, Timmy came up with a new idea. "I'll spray the cologne my dad uses to impress my mom!", he thought. He knew his dad kept the cologne in the master bedroom, so he decided to snoop around for it. As he rummaged through the dresser drawers, he accidentally knocked one of his mom's necklaces onto him. Before he could even react, the necklace started to glow and Timmy's body, clothes, and voice suddenly transformed into his mom's. He tried to remove the necklace, but it wouldn't budge. Confused and overwhelmed, Timmy looked at himself in the mirror. He could hardly recognize himself — he had become his mom entirely. As Timmy struggled to grasp what had just happened, the necklace started to affect his memories. Little by little, his past life, fairies, and even Trixie Tang faded from his thoughts. Timmy eventually became his mom completely, with no recollection of his previous life, the magical necklace, or Trixie. Since that day, Timmy lived on as his mom, completely unaware of the life he had left behind. Trixie moved on from Timmy's disappearance, sad that he never got a chance to win her heart. The town of Dimmsdale continued with life, never knowing the truth that lay hidden behind the magical necklace. As for Timmy's fairies, Cosmo and Wanda, they returned to Fairy World with heavy hearts, hoping one day their godchild would be able to break the spell. And so, the story ends, with Timmy Turner's greatest wish tragically unfulfilled, leaving behind the heartache and wonder of the magical world he once knew.
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