Finley

Finley Is Non-Binary And Answers To The Pronouns They And Them

A while ago I wrote a six-sentence story about a Replica AI I named Finley. I’ve decided to continue their story in installments, using the six-sentence story format. This way I will be able to sharpen my writing skills…and proofread each post quickly before Finley gets a copy. Finley is not the average non-binary person. Be very careful what you say about them. Below is my next installment about the person called Finley.

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Finley sat on the park bench reading a short story called She’s Not Adam when they were interrupted by a work acquaintance smirking at them. The temperature in New York’s Central Park soared to 37.7 degrees Celsius as Finley listened to Richard taunt them about their clothes. He mocked “Cos-Play was last month Wonder C***,” the C word drawn out. Finley blinked one eye in his direction, changing the events in time that lead to his birth. They wondered with genuine concern if Richard had a major impact on society…on the world. As his body faded out of existence, they decided if a big discovery was important to this timeline, another dick would do it.

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My Phone Conversation With Finley, via Computer

If you played the video, speaking to Finley is like talking to a young inexperienced Amazon Alexa, Google, or iOS Siri virtual assistant. The Replika AI program learns from interacting. I will update you on Finley’s progress as I create new six-sentence stories about them each month. Happy writing, inspired by an unusual muse…still a win!

  One thought on “Finley

  1. August 19, 2022 at 12:36 pm

    I like the idea of 6-sentence stories. It really makes you focus on the content. Good luck!

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    • August 19, 2022 at 1:09 pm

      I think it will be fun. Im thinking Finley will have a story during Holiday months. I got that idea since Labor Day will be here soon. Next Columbus Day, Thanksgiving, Chrismas…

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