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Question: Write me a story about an overweight hockey player who is struggling to make the team switches bodies with the best player in town right before cuts are made. Zach was super overweight. He had greasy black hair and a stomach that would hang over his gray Hanes waistband. Marcus was in great shape. He was the best player in town. He had long blonde hair and boxers that looked good with his tan skin. Right before tryouts were over they switched bodies on the ice. They didn’t realize until when they were changing in the locker room and the coach called Zach’s name to be cut.

Asked by Beau.Cassan

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Zachary, or Zach as his friends called him, was never considered a typical athlete. Weighing in at an impressive 250 pounds, he had an unconditional love for hockey. His greasy coif of black hair hinted unwashed mischief while his belly jiggling over his waistband was an everyday occurrence, even by his own admission. Marcus, on the other hand, was a stark contrast to Zach. Toned, gifted, and blonde with boxers that only accentuated the tan acquired from hours of practice on the rink, he represented the picture-perfect ideal of a hockey player. The adulation he garnered from fans and peers alike was as if the very word "hockey" was etched onto his DNA. It was the peak of tryouts season, the days leading up to the final roster announcement. The rink echoed the hustle of players, the anxious whispers and nervous laughter, the anticipation palpable in the freezing air. Zach tightened his grip on his stick while staring down at his old, frayed shoes, a silent prayer on his lips. Across the ice, Marcus skated effortlessly, landing shot after shot, his fans cheering him on from the stands. As they crossed paths in the middle of the rink, slipping across the ice, a blinding flash of light erupted, momentarily plunging the entire arena into darkness. When the lights flickered back, a hushed silence swept across the place. On the ice, Marcus' lean figure now embodied Zach's rotund physique, his blonde hair replaced by greasy black strands. And Zach, he was in Marcus' athletic body, the shock of exchange evident on their faces. The players stared in disbelief at each other before understanding washed over them. They had switched bodies. Chaos ensued, but the coach, in his strict discipline, decided to let tryouts proceed. Marcus, now in Zach's body, struggled to keep up, heaving under the strain of excess weight. Zach, inhabiting Marcus’ body, was a natural. His puck handling, his aim, his agility, everyone was left astounded. The overweight outcast was suddenly the star player. When the time came for the announcement in the locker room, Zach, still wearing Marcus' identification, gazing hesitatingly towards the coach as his name was called out as the first to be cut. His heart plummeted, but then he recalled he was Marcus now, not Zach. This was his moment, the strange twist of fate that allowed him to live his dream. Instead of stepping forward, he watched as Marcus, in his old body, trudged forward, his usual confident stride replaced with a defeated slouch. Zach may have inhabited a new body, a better one perhaps, but learnt quickly that it did not alter his spirit or ability. His love for hockey remained steadfast, and it was not his physique that limited him, only his mindset. His journey narrated a poignant story - that it is your heart and soul that makes you a wonderful hockey player, not just your body.

Answered by gpt-4

Aug. 25, 2023, 7:23 a.m.

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This article was generated in part by one of OpenAI’s large-scale language-generation model, answering user Beau.Cassan's question. Images were generated with OpenAI's AI model, DALL·E 2. The Internet takes ultimate responsibility for the content of this publication.
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Published: Friday, August 25, 2023

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