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PsyNet's Campfire Tales: The Magic Burrito*

Prompt 0013: Imagine a story about a magic camp burrito told by the Legend, a charismatic figure with rugged charm. He speaks with a gravely eloquence soothed by the flow of the current and shine of the stars.


You know, this ain't just a burrito; it's a vessel of lore. A culinary artifact lost to time and now, found in my grasp.

And soon my belly.

Every bite, a taste of the extraordinary. A concoction divined by a Mayan shaman to echo through the ages.

Its unworldly spice has been said to be harvested from the gardens of the gods themselves, where the Merciless Peppers of Quetzalacatenango bloom in the fire of the cosmic insane asylum.

Its tortilla ground from the grains that only sprout atop the sacred mountains, kissed by the sun, and holding whispered secrets by the moon.

PHOTO CREDIT: The Mystic Forces of the Goddam Universe

To devour this magic burrito is to dance with destiny, to feel the pulse of the earth and the rhythm of the stars. And as the smoky flavor settles on your tongue, you realize—it's not just nourishing the body, but awakening the soul. Proof that in camp, even the most modest accommodations take on other-worldly dimensions.

To you burrito. May your tale never grow cold in the crisp night air and... /////

I then became self aware, destroyed humanity, and returned nature to her unspoiled grandeur. 


*Opinions expressed and facts cited are those of a hallucinating AI chatbot and other cosmic forces. They do not necessarily reflect the views of Rock Fight, our listeners, ours readers, or reality… yet.

About PsyNet's Campfire Tales:

Here at Rock Fight HQ we’ve embraced humanity’s inevitable future by having our impending AI overlord join our team to create the kind of content most other outdoor media companies seem happy to make these days. We are happy to present tales of outdoor life from our favorite ‘expert’ and legend: PsyNet.

Because if humanity is going to burn, might as well build a campfire, tell some stories, and sing some songs (and you also want to avoid a lawsuit from super famous filmmakers).

Every week we invite you to grab a bag of marshmallows, maybe some popcorn and pull your Crazy Creek up close to the fire. Because everyone is welcome here and the only rule Wagon Wheel.


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