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Sunday, April 6, 2014

Start the Music (Part 4)

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Steve decided the best course of action was to continue to put all his effort into his dancing, hoping someone would notice him and promote him to the front row for the next performance. But as he busted a move, he realized how odd that all seemed. He didn’t even know what he was doing or how he was pulling off these moves. And thinking of next time? He had just randomly swapped bodies moments ago, he hoped there wouldn’t be a “next time.” Then again, he HAD just swapped bodies, hadn’t he? And maybe he could do it again? Heck, he hadn’t even tried to swap and ended up in this body. He looked at one of the women in the front and concentrated for several minutes, but nothing seemed to happen.

“Damn! It didn’t work,” He thought to himself.

“What didn’t work?” He could hear a voice in his head reply.

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Coming Up for Air (Part 3)

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With only a few hours left before the end of his honeymoon, Chris was pretty sure that he wasn’t going to be able to find the medallion. It just seemed so unlikely at this point. He had been searching pretty much every waking hour. He no longer blamed his wife for throwing it out. He knew he could live the rest of his life in her body if he had to, he just didn’t want to! With precious little time, he still held out hope. And that’s when he spotted the shimmer of something in the water. he felt his heart race as he swam over, but it turned out to be nothing more than an odd reflection of the sun on the ocean surface. He sighed, knowing he was going to have to make his way back now.

Friday, April 4, 2014

Pixel Perfect

Joe took a deep breath before pressing Enter. Once he hit it, he would be transported to the virtual world he had created and he’d be inside the body he had programmed for himself. Hovering over the key for just another moment, he finally tapped it. His brain was sent through the circuitry into the pixel perfect body he had made. Despite the animation of his program looking a little cartoony, every element felt very real. Skin felt like skin, hair felt like hair, and the fabric of the bikini felt like spandex. His only flaw? He hadn’t made the code correct his vision! He still needed glasses inside this virtual world. It was a minor inconvenience; he never wanted to unplug and leave!

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Event

Ken couldn’t figure out why he felt so strange. Then there was a flash...and another one. He held his head in hopes of clearing his brain, but he felt quite a shock when he felt long straight hair atop his head. Looking down, he found a nice-looking female chest and the flashed were photographers. He was in someone else’s body at some sort of an event. He didn’t know how this all happened, but he only guessed he should play along. He struck a few poses before continuing on his way, quite unsure of where he should be going.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Start the Music (Part 3)

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Of course, there was some variation amongst the various dancers, but (again) Steve felt like he was pulling it off flawlessly. In fact, he was no longer concerned with why he was in a woman’s body or why he felt compelled to dance or even how he instinctively knew all the moves. No, now he was simply feeling jealousy. How come he had to be one of the dancers in the back? Why couldn’t he be one of the women in the front? He knew he was way more talented than any of the rest of them! Despite keeping a big smile on his face, he glared at the dancers in the front. with pure envy.