Check out the nude models

From Create Your Own Story

You look at the sign for a few seconds, then decide that the romantic nude models exhibit sounds interesting.

You follow the sign, and find yourself in a room full of bronze statues, all of them engaged in various erotic activities. You are immediately struck by how realistic the statues are, especially the statues of women. All the female statues are of beautiful women. As you continue to view the statues, you notice something odd: a small number of the female statues have the wrong expression. Instead of looking happy, they look scared.

Before you can think about this, a male voice from behind you says, "I could see you in that exhibit."

You turn to face the person who spoke. He is a big man, about your age, and good-looking in a dark way. "Thanks," you say. It may be an odd thing to say, but it's still a compliment.

"I'm Gordon," he says.

You tell him your name.

The two of you talk about the exhibit for a while. He knows quite a lot about it. Finally, he says, "Can I buy you some coffee?"

"That'd be nice," you say. "Thanks."

You go to the museum's coffee shop. He buys two cups of coffee. You drink the coffee and talk, and you have a very nice time. You start to feel a little tired partway through your conversation, but you don't think anything of it.

The next thing you know, you are in a dark, damp room, crowded with electronics and banks of chemicals. You are naked and in an erotic pose. You cannot seem to move your arms or legs, stand up, or speak. The only things you can do are hear and see.

After several seconds, Gordon comes into your line of vision. "Oh, good, you're awake," he says.

You watch as, smiling, he attaches clamps to your nipples. "I've created a means to turn flesh, hair, bones, and so on into bronze. I'm not certain how it works, I don't really understand it, but it does." He tightens the clamps and then says, "Now you know why the female statues in my museum exhibit are so life-like."

You can't speak, you can't scream, you can't run or fight, you can only watch in horror as Gordon walks over to a machine attached to several large storage tanks. He pushes some buttons and lights glow on the front of the machine. It starts humming.

The process is excruciating. You can feel your body changing slowly, but you can do nothing about it. Fortunately, the pain soon ends, as does your life.

The new statue in the museum is one of the most realistic ever, everyone agrees. Everyone who sees it is struck by its beauty, its long, flowing hair, and its voluptuous figure. Few people, if any, notice the expression of fear and pain on its face, and those who do generally don't give it much thought.


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