The Silicone Baby…

Spawned from a world obsessed with beauty and youth, silicone baby came out of the womb like a model comes out onto a catwalk. No blood at all, instead a sunkissed shine which made you expect a tanning machine to come rolling out of there after the placenta. Instead of screaming and scrunching up it’s face, the baby pouted and winked a perfectly coloured emerald blue eye. The doctors stared, their mouths agape. How could this happen? How could a perfect child to outdo all the “perfect children” in the world have been born? And why did this baby feel so different, sort of rubbery and perfectly soft like a whale? The answer was in the Mother. Her of the platinum blonde hair, cheek implants, botox and pink lip gloss. Her tits perfectly perky and pert with no hint of milk excretion. The Mother smiled at this creation that had come out of her soon to be stitched back to virginity vagina and reached out. With the baby in her arms she looked down at it and after stroking it’s perfectly soft hair said “Darling, we really need to get you some hair extensions.”

 

– Written by Jo Cooper. Silicone Baby created by Jo Cooper. Ta.

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2 responses to “The Silicone Baby…

  1. Please tell me you are going to make a short story out of this. I got done reading this and wanted to see this baby grow up and see how it would interact with this artificial world of superficiality. You need to develop this because it’s just so strange and has a relevant message. Plus, you have some great descriptions.

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