Saturday, September 28, 2019

A Gooder Place (Part 4)

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With Tahani’s life, every day was a party. Eleanor would hobnob with celebrities and drink expensive champagne. It was hard to her imagine having a thing to complain about. But her nights felt just as lonely and empty as her own life. Then she thought about her own life. If she was Tahani, was Tahani stuck as her? Eleanor began to feel bad about being so self-absorbed. She knows she has always been very self-absorbed, but for once she was actually feeling bad about it. She realized what she needed to do to be a better person, to live a better life. She needed to reach out and find her own body.

Friday, September 27, 2019

A Gooder Place (Part 3)

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After leaving the bathroom, Eleanor was greeted by Tahani’s personal assistant, requesting if she needed anything. Eleanor realized this would be pretty convenient to help with any details she might not know about Tahani and told the assistant she just wanted to go home.

Eleanor was amazed by Tahani’s estate. Her wardrobe was filled with so many dresses that probably each cost more than all the cars Eleanor had ever owned. Part of her was excited to live this lifestyle, but another part felt the large estate was vast, cold, and lonely. She couldn’t help but feel parallels with her own life, even if this was all so dramatic different than what she was used to in terms of material possessions.

Thursday, September 26, 2019

A Gooder Place (Part 2)

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Eleanor saw a now familiar flash of light, and she soon opened her eyes back on Earth, but for the first time she remembered everything. As a result, she expected to return to the moment of her death. But instead of being in a parking lot, she was at a crowded party. Eleanor was confused, and she soon found a bathroom that seemed to be bigger than many of the houses she’d ever been in back in Arizona. Then she caught a glimpse of her reflection. She wasn’t back in Arizona because the judge didn’t put her back in her own body -- she was in Tahani’s body instead!

A sense of awe and confusion ran through Eleanor. Tahani was a rich and attractive socialite, and now that life was hers! Being good had to be easy with a life like this, right? Surely, whatever hangups Tahani had, Eleanor wouldn’t fall victim to, would she?

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

A Gooder Place (Part 1)

“Please! You need to give us one more chance!” Eleanor pleaded with the judge.

“I’ve already given the four of you what? Six? Seven chances?” The judge retorted before taking another bite of her burrito.

“Actually, I think we’re up to nine.” Chidi interjected.

“So why not make it an even ten?” Eleanor added while gently kicking Chidi to get him to shut up.

“Heck, why not, I’m feeling generous this eon, but no negotiating with me this time. I’m returning you all to Earth and I’m picking the rules.”

Before any of them could respond, the four humans were whisked away back to Earth in anther attempt to lead better lives.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019


Greg had certainly enjoyed his vacation on Exchange Island. How could he have not? Spending two weeks in the body of a beautiful woman was simply heavenly. But he was ready to get back to his own body and resume his normal life. There was only one problem: They couldn’t find his body. If they couldn’t find his body, they couldn’t send him back on a plane to the mainland. A few days passed, but his body still hadn’t turned up. Greg spent most of his extra days in much the same way he had spent his vacation -- enjoying some time on the beach in a bikini. But he was starting to get worried. What if they never found his body? What if he was stuck here like this forever? Would he have to get a job at the resort? Would they continue to offer him free room and board? Would he be able to sue Exchange Island for losing his body?

Monday, September 23, 2019

Extenuating Circumstances

As Kevin rounded the corner from the hallway into the living room, he leaned against the wall and sighed.

“I don’t think I can do this, Amber,” He confessed to his wife.

“It’s my sister’s wedding,” She replied, “We have to go.”

“But we’ve switched bodies! It’s extenuating circumstances!”

“And no one is even going to know, nor would they believe us if we told them. They’re just going to think you’re me, and that I’m you.”

“Can I at least wear something different? This outfit is so uncomfortable.”

“Welcome to women’s formal wear. And I’m afraid you’re stuck wearing it, because that’s what my sister asked me to wear.”

Kevin let out a final groan as he walked over to the couch. The one problem that Amber saw was that despite the fact that he was in her body, he still carried himself in a masculine manner. She told herself she’d sneak into the basement and turn up the device responsible for switching their bodies, which should force Kevin to be a bit more feminine. She hadn’t told him she was in complete control of the device that swapped their bodies, nor that she could swap them back at any time. He didn’t really need to know that, at least not yet.

Sunday, September 22, 2019


When Benjamin suddenly found himself inside of a woman’s body standing in front of a crowd wearing a white dress, he panicked. He immediately ran away as fast as he could. It wasn’t easy with the white heels on his feet, but he kept going until he made it to the subway. He didn’t have a purse or money, so he hoped the turnstile. As he sat on the train, he began to sob. He didn’t want this body or this life! How did this happen to him!? Why did this happen to him!?