A Deathcare Children’s Story | FFFW #101

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A Deathcare Children’s Story | FFFW #101

Racecar, Hannah, wow, level, radar, what do all these words have in common? They are all palindromes. That means they can be written backward and still be the same word they are written normally. I LOVE palindromes. So, I’m excited because this is issue “101,” which is our first 3-character palindromic FFFW. So, this is gonna be a good one!

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I’m somewhat obsessed with A.I. By obsessed, I mean I’m equally intrigued and terrified of it. One of my favorite parts of the internet is all the A.I. writing websites. Basically, these sites allow you to give an algorithm a writing prompt; then the A.I. generates a piece of writing.

I wanted to test this technology. So I gave this prompt- “Two funeral directors have to cremate an alien from space.” The following is the result of this experiment.


The two funeral directors were nervous as they waited for the alien from space. They had never cremated an extraterrestrial before, and they weren’t sure what to do.

But when the alien finally arrived, they were surprised to find that he was very friendly. He told them his name was Boris, and he explained that he had come to Earth to visit his family.

Unfortunately, Boris had passed away suddenly and his family wanted him cremated. The funeral directors agreed to do it, but they were still a little worried about how to go about it.

They weren’t sure what kind of equipment they would need, or how hot the fire should be. But Boris was happy to help them out. He showed them how to use the crematorium, and gave them some tips on how to get the best results.The funeral directors worked carefully, making sure that Boris was properly cremated. When it was all over, they said goodbye to Boris and went home for dinner.

The End.


Alive, dead alive, dead- the story of the E.T. who apparently has a lot of family on earth.
10/10 this is a masterpiece.


I put “Alien Cremation” into an A.I. image generator. This is what it made.


Everything is cyclical.

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