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When it comes to mad science, it can occur anywhere and involve almost anything. While most mad science occurs in the comforts of a laboratory, a certain simian scientist had a different location in mind for today's experiment. This monkey-scientist was known only as "Jam" and he loved his job! The monkey was anthropomorphic and stood at approximately 5 feet and ten inches tall. The monkey had a long prehensile tail that he could manipulate as if it was another appendage and had a second pair of hands in place of his feet. His body was covered in unkempt and very shaggy fur. The fur was brown in color, and covered most of the monkey's body with the exception of certain areas such as his face, hands, and legs. The monkey wore an unbuttoned lab-coat that covered his arms and part of his torso. The monkey's bare legs were left fully exposed.

Jam was about to perform a wonderful experiment: He was going to teleport himself all the way to Hawaii! Of course, normal teleportation machines have a 100% chance of malfunctioning. That's why Jam decided that the only way to truly teleport is by beaming himself halfway across the globe. To this end, Jam has mounted a teleport device to the satellite situated atop his tree-mounted lab. Jam stood proudly on the roof as he fastened the silver rectangular object to the dish. Jam's methods were less than scientific though, as the monkey just haphazardly taped the device to the big round satellite.

Jam grinned mischievously as he stood on the roof, clutching a small metal remote in his left hand. The remote was grey in color and had a big shiny red button attached to the front of it. Jam stood eagerly on the top of the building while cackling to himself like a madman. Jam eagerly wiggled his toe-fingers as he smiled and looked down at the remote. "Finally! With this, my greatest invention, I'll be able to go on vacation without have to pay for airfare! Choke on that, Alberta airline!" Jam shouted as he raised his arms to the sky in a victorious fashion.

Unfortunately for Jam, things weren't going to play out the way he planned! As it turns out, Jam had left the television on. The show that was left playing was "Talespin", specifically the scene where the hefty and very stout orangutan known as "Louie" was showing other characters around his establishment known as "Louie's Place". Jam wasn't aware of this and eagerly prepared to activate the remote. Jam set the teleportation device to beam him back in 2 days, a small vacation to soothe his nerves and test the device. Once Jam pressed the red button with his dirty simian finger, the satellite dish began to glow. It released a strange blue light that enveloped Jam. "Yes, it's working!" Exclaimed Jam as the satellite converted his body into a raw TV signal. Jam's body lost its mass as Jam was converted into pure energy.  Jam's remote fell through his hand as if nothing was there at all, likewise his lab coat fell through his body as if nothing was there. Jam had become something akin to a digital spectre, an incorporeal TV signal in the form of the monkey .

Jam floated above the ceiling of his tree-lab and into the sky. The satellite dish then crew Jam towards itself, and then ricocheted the signal-monkey into the air. Jam's digital body flew high into the air as it was transmitted towards Hawaii. Jam looked down at the various buildings and places below him as his digital body soared through the air. Jam hurtled at an alarming rate, not noticing that his signal-based body was starting to alter. Jam's body grew fatter and larger as his torso grew wider. Jam gained at least 100 pounds, causing his body to become much heftier. Jam now possessed a rather portly shape!

Despite Jam's ongoing changes, he was still unaware of his changes as his digital body continued to soar through the body. Jam's semi-flabby arms grew longer as his hands started to twitch. Jam's ape paws started to expand and grow larger, becoming much beefier in the process. Likewise, his hand-feet also grew in width and size. Jam's head grew larger as well as his muzzle pushed out somewhat. Jam's lips grew wider as he gained an orangutan's muzzle. Jam's nostrils grew somewhat larger as his fur started to chafe. Jam's fur grew even thicker and longer than it had been previously. Jam's fur altered in color, turning a dark shade of orange in the process. The fur seated atop Jam's head changed shape, becoming less like a head of hair. The fur atop his head turned orange, matching the rest of his body. The hair atop Jam's head kept it's general shape, despite being much longer than it was before.

Jam's tail started to recede into his body and slowly disappear. Like a person rolling up a water-hose, Jam's tail folded in on itself and melted it away into his flesh. This process left Jam completely tailless! Clothing then started to appear on Jam's body. Material magically formed around Jam's neck, forming into a pink-colored "lei". This lei was made out of soft material and proceeded to dangle from Jam's neck while flapping around in the wind. A straw hat with a purple ribbon fastened near the top of it appeared on Jam's head. More clothing materialized itself onto Jam's body as a blue shirt with green polka-dots on it appeared on Jam's torso. Jam's shirt only covered a portion of his torso, leaving his now much fatter tan-colored stomach exposed. Jam uncontrollably arced his back as he felt a strange crick in his spine. The pain faded quickly that Jam didn't think too much of it. Unfortunately for Jam, that little crick just locked him into a four-legged stance!

As if changing species completely wasn't enough, Jam's body then started to flatten out. Black lines formed around Jam's arms, legs, torso, and the rest of his body. Jam's body became a 2-dimensional drawing, that was somehow still animate. Jam was now a living cartoon! Jam felt a strange itch take hold of his unmentionables, as his precious naughty bits soon disappeared. After all, cartoons usually don't have such things! Jam had gone from monkey to orangutan! Not just any orangutan though, his DNA had somehow been mixed with Louie from Talespin, causing him to be a mixture of both beings in terms of appearance.

Jam's digital body was now fully transformed and continued to hurtle through the sky. That is, until Jam noticed that Hawaii was close at hand! Jam rubbed his big hefty ape paws together as he flew towards an outcropping of palm trees. As Jam flew towards the trees, he found himself passing through some strange kind of barrier. Jam didn't think too much of it, as he hurtled through trees. Jam's fat body was then hurled towards a large palmtree! Jam's body turned solid once more right as Jam was flung towards the tree a blistering pace. Jam smacked right into the tree face-first. To Jam's surprise, it wasn't as painful as he thought it would be! Jam gripped his arms and legs around the front of the tree as then jumped, grabbing onto a nearby tree branch in the process. Jam grinned smugly to himself as he realized that he had just successfully teleported himself to Hawaii!

Unfortunately for Jam, it wasn't as successful as he wanted to be! One look down told Jam everything he need to know, he finally realized why his body felt so uncomfortable on the flight there. It was because Jam had transformed into a fat ape! Jam had a flabby stomach, a large torso, longer arms, and meatier ape-paws. Jam's coat of brown-fur was now orange-colored and somehow even shaggier than it had been before! Adorned his large head was a thick straw-hat, and seated across his torso was a blue shirt with gaudy green polka-dots emblazoned atop it. And Jam didn't even want to think about the stupid pink lei that now dangled from his neck.

Jam scratched his fat hairless gut as he dangled angrily from the large tree branch. Jam tried to pick his nose to calm his nerves, but his chunky ape fingers could no longer fit inside his nostrils. Jam scratched his butt as he took notice of his bizarre state of being. Jam was surprised to see that he was now a 2-dimensional being! As if being an orangutan wasn't embarrassing enough, he was now a living drawing. Despite being a cartoon, Jam was still able to manipulate 3-dimensional objects with ease. Jam found that he was some sort of cartoon character superimposed over reality! Jam attempted to let out an annoyed grunt at his current circumstances, but no sound came out.

In fact, sound from all around him seemed non-existent! Everything was too quiet for Jam, who proceeded to rock around on the branch he was holding. Unfortunately, Jam's little tantrum blinded him from a cold-hard fact: The branch was breaking! The branch snapped under the weight of the rocking ape, who proceeded to plummet to the ground. Jam's straw-hat floated off his head during the ape's freefall. The fat ape was in luck though, as he landed on his flabby tush. His massive rear managed to absorb the impact! Jam rubbed his large behind using both his beefy ape paws as he thought to himself about how bizarre this predicament was!

After rubbing his rear, Jam tried to stand up, only to find himself only able to stand on all fours! Not only that, but Jam's longer muzzle stuck out in front of his face like an eyesore! His muzzle was jutting out right in front of his eyes and blocking a small part of his vision. This annoyed the new ape to no end! Jam silently grumbled to himself as he reached down and grabbed his straw-hat, proceeding to fasten it quickly to his large melon. Jam then looked around and took a few steps forward. Just then, Jam walked right smack dab into  the barrier again.

To Jam's surprise though, the barrier was made of glass and appeared to be a large screen. Jam looked through the screen and saw what appeared to be the inside of a ritzy hotel room. Seated across the room at a wooden table was a large anthropomorphic bear. He had brown fur, and a big black nose. The bear had a somewhat large muzzle that was accented with a grey beard and moustache combo. The bear wore a black tank-top that hid a semi-large gut. This gut was outclassed though by the bear's rather muscular arms. The bear's rather large legs were covered by a pair of brown khaki pants that had a small hole in the back for his fluffy tail. The bear's mighty paw-hands were covered by pair of yellow gloves, and his feet were adorned with two rather large black boots.

The large man-bear sat there, nibbling excitedly on a sandwich as Jam stared in awe. That's when Jam realized something: He was stuck in television! When Jam converted his body into a TV signal, he forgot to account for the mass-reconstruction! Jam then looked at the corner of the screen and noticed the word "Mute" in big green letters. No wonder Jam couldn't make any sound, the TV was on mute! Jam banged angrily on the TV screen while stuck inside his digital prison. The bear didn't notice and continued to nibble away on his delicious sandwich. Jam continued to hammer on the screen with big ape paws, but to no avail.

"This is ridiculous!" Jam thought to himself, "I can't enjoy my vacation from inside the TV!" Jam pouted and then sat on his fat hairy tush as he looked out at the world through the TV screen. Jam sighed, it looks like he was stuck in this television world for now! He knew that in two days, he would teleport back to his own lab through the TV signals and be a monkey once more. However, he also knew that his vacation would be completely wasted. Jam sat there and thought of some kind of way he could salvage this.

Jam was ready to give up, when a large female orangutan approached him. The big hairy female ape threw her 3-dimensional arm around his 2-dimensional body. Jam smirked as he thought of a way to pass the time. The Hawaiian-dressed ape stood up on all fours as the female ape beckoned him forth. "Why not? When on vacation, do what do the locals do!" Jam thought to himself as he went to join the female ape. Jam knew that the female ape would be pretty disappointed when she finds out that he isn't packing anything! Despite this, it would be a good distraction for him. It wasn't just the two orangutans that would be distracted though, as the bearded-bear looked up from his sandwich to see what was occurring on screen. The bear grinned like a Cheshire Cat as he watched the "shenanigans" unfold on screen. Only one though crossed his mind: "I'm so glad I paid extra for the Discovery Channel!"
This is a story I posted to FA a couple of days ago, based off a pic I won in my friend's stream request raffle. Artwork by Dan_The_Bear from FurAffinity. In this story (As well as the pic) Jam is transformed into Louie from Talespin due to trying to teleport using airwaves... Which scrambled his genes with the Disney Afternoon. WHOOPS! And thus, the weekly shenanigans ensue. The bear cameo at the end is supposed to be Dan. I highly reccomend checking out Dan's artwork and commissioning him, as he does some amazing artwork.
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monstermaster13 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
I enjoyed this story immensely.
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Monkey-Scientist Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Nice! Glad I could entertain. :)
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monstermaster13 Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
No problem.
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98Sparkz Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2016  Student General Artist
Really cool Story. :)
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Monkey-Scientist Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Thank ye'!
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Bartholomeows Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016
Hey, Jam? I've been reading your stuffs for a LONG time now, and thinking of things you could write about. What if you wrote a story about Monokuma, from the Danganronpa games? He is a very interesting creature, with very unique features. Just a suggestion. KthnxBAi!
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Monkey-Scientist Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Maybe, it depends on if I get around to actually playing the game sometime. I own it, but barely touched it. :D
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Bartholomeows Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016
Aw, it's awesome! It's got one of the best soundtracks, as well.
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Monkey-Scientist Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
It certainly does! Had some good original songs in there, which were pretty top-notch for a show that aired on Saturday mornings.
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Bartholomeows Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016
Haha, and pretty much all of the ps2 games had good soundtracks.
XD
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Monkey-Scientist Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
PS2 definitely had some good tracks, like Monster Hunter 1. In fact, all the MHs had good tunes. :D
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Bartholomeows Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2016
Ideed. Not my favorite games, though...
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Monkey-Scientist Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
They are fun, but I admit they aren't for everbody. So... What is your favorite? Is it perhaps... Phantasy Star Online? Or Phantasy Star Online? How about Phantasy Star Online? :D
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BrandonKong Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2016
Looking good
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Monkey-Scientist Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks!
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BrandonKong Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2016
Anytime
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