Abigail Nigerian Princess

Next in our Ai model series is Abigail the Nigerian princess. Many of you may have heard about CBDC's (Central Bank Digital Currency), are coming to your country soon. In a nut shell, they are bad. Very very bad, as they can be programmed in so many ways that can make your life miserable at best and unlivable at worse. Most think it is inevitable. However the Nigerian people have shown it is possible to get rid of it, by non compliance. They simply went back to basics...barter among themselves. The Nigerian government has given up on CBDC's for their country after many months of extrem measure against their own people in a bid to force upon them. So if they try to bring digital currency to your country, it will mean terrible time ahead, but do not comply. Instead go to the oldest form of currency...barter. Remember, there is always a choice.

Abigail doesn't have a "models page", but she does have a members only gallery that you can view HERE

I'm not sure exactly how Ai works, but it seems to me that it takes images from all over the internet and constructs (based on certain instruction), a unique image by combining elements from those images. If I am wrong I am happy to learn. Ai does seem to have a lot of trouble making toes and fingers properly. Sometimes it adds extra limbs too lol. It also seems to have some issue with vaginas in some cricumstances. As you can see, it never makes exactly the same face for that reason. Anyway, please enjoy these images, as they are still a work of art and I am captivated by the beauty that is made regardless of the source.

Just to be abundantly clear....none of these "women" exist in real life. They are 100% computer generated by Ai. All the Ai "models" are meant to represent "women" who are over 18 years of age.

Below are a couple more non-nude stunning Ai "women". I firmly believe that the next "evolution" will be the ability to 3D print these "women" in the flesh so to speak.....

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