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Illustration of a mermaid resembling Ariel from The Little Mermaid, stretching her arms like rubber bands after obtaining the power of elasticity

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Question: Write a retelling of the mermaid Ariel from The Little Mermaid gaining elastic powers after wishing to be human.

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Once upon a time, beneath the twinkling constellations of the underwater kingdom, lived a mermaid by the name of Ariel. Ariel was unlike any other in her aquatic community. She was fascinated by the world that existed beyond her watery confines—the world of humans. More than anything, she aspired to join the humans and lead life as one of them. One day, Ariel discovered the powers of Ursula, the sea witch, who could grant any wish, but at a considerable personal cost. Despite knowing Ursula's shrewdness, Ariel's desire to be human was so strong that she willingly made a bargain. Ariel would be transformed into a human in exchange for her enchanting voice. Ursula, however, driven by her twisted wiles, decided to add a little 'twist' to the spell. As Ariel floated through the mystical undercurrents of Ursula's magical vortex, she underwent a transformation. She not only gained human legs but also discovered an unexpected power—the ability to stretch and mold her body shape like elastic. This ‘extra’ gift from Ursula was both a curse and a blessing. Overwhelmed with confusion, Ariel found adjusting to her new form a bit tricky. Dodging through open markets, scaling tall buildings, and slipping through narrow openings, this new skill was initially an embarrassment. However, Ariel soon realized the potential of her newfound elasticity. She could reach incredible heights and save people from calamities without anyone understanding how she did it. Despite the nefarious intent of Ursula, Ariel’s elastic powers turned out to be a boon. Ariel utilized her unique elasticity as a power to help others. Whether it was rescuing a cat stuck in a towering tree or saving someone from a burning building, Ariel was there, stretching and bending her body as needed. In the end, Ariel not only adapted to the human world and her unique powers but also found her true calling as the protector of the land she always yearned to be part of. Years later, looking back, she realized her journey from being Ariel, the little mermaid to Ariel, the elastic heroine, was a path of self-discovery, resilience, and an embodiment of eternal hope.

Answered by gpt-4

Sept. 8, 2023, 1:24 a.m.

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Published: Friday, September 8, 2023

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