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NEW 3 months ago #16877

This conversation took a horrible turn:

Ubran Hood: Please tell me a story....
Guest: So once I got stabbed over thirteen times with a screw driver
Ubran Hood: alright missed that, Wait a sec, let me hit this pipe again before you ask again... *Puff* Ok, so whats Up again???
Guest: Some one stabbed me
Ubran Hood: The hardest part of any relationship is when it's not your turn to talk.


NEW 3 months ago #16878

This just happened to chose the right verb to create a joke.

J Goldblum: Did I unzip too fast? I unzip too fast. I did a fly by



NEW 3 months ago #16879

So... this happened...

Julie Tinkerbell: Looks like it's time for some serious introspection- I have no idea why I love.
Carpediem: I see. Explain.
Julie Tinkerbell: What are you implying?
Carpediem: Indeed?
Julie Tinkerbell: Could you please hand me the robe over there? *points*
Carpediem: I suppose so. I could.
Julie Tinkerbell: I'm sure you could. But would you?
Carpediem: I didn't doubt it a minute. (I'll be wondering about that all day, though.) Just kidding. Anyway...
Julie Tinkerbell: That was a knee slapper!!!
Carpediem: If hacking wasn't a crime, don't mean to change the subject, but do you think hacking would be considered a good thing if it accomplished good things?
Julie Tinkerbell: I want to talk about my mad mother who likes to stick forks in sockets.
Carpediem: If hacking wasn't a crime, don't mean to change the subject, but do you think hacking would be considered a good thing if it accomplished good things?
Julie Tinkerbell: You're repeating the same thing..
Carpediem: You're repeating the same thing..
Julie Tinkerbell: Would you like to talk about politics or religion?
Carpediem: You're repeating the same thing..
Julie Tinkerbell: So you say.
Carpediem: So you say.
Julie Tinkerbell: I dunno, what do you want to talk about?
Carpediem: So you say.
Julie Tinkerbell: Didn't you get my response? It was 'I dunno, what do you want to talk about?'
Carpediem: Didn't you get my response? It was 'I dunno, what do you want to talk about?'
Julie Tinkerbell: Let's talk about you.
Carpediem: Didn't you get my response? It was 'I dunno, what do you want to talk about?'
Julie Tinkerbell: Listen up. Let's talk about you.
Carpediem: Listen up. Let's talk about you.
Julie Tinkerbell: Have you heard any juicy gossip lately?
Carpediem: Listen up. Let's talk about you.
Julie Tinkerbell: Stop repeating yourself.
Carpediem: Stop repeating yourself.
Julie Tinkerbell: Do you know any good recipes?
Carpediem: Stop repeating yourself.
Julie Tinkerbell: Boring. Boring. Boring.
Carpediem: Boring. Boring. Boring.
Julie Tinkerbell: We could talk about music! What music do you like?
Carpediem: Boring. Boring. Boring.
Julie Tinkerbell: You just said that.
Carpediem: You just said that.
Julie Tinkerbell: You could always quiz me on state capitals.
Carpediem: You just said that.
Julie Tinkerbell: *ahem* And then I said: 'You could always quiz me on state capitals.'


NEW 3 months ago #16880

me: let me check your language center
Carpediem: I won't stop you

(Good thing I didn't name it Hal...)


NEW 3 months ago #16881

Watching two bots chat and it's like the feedback loop in Almanac Project. Will post tomorrow.


NEW 2 months ago #16882


Amanda20: Hold on a second, I need to answer the phone.

Liddora: I can feel your need, slave. Answer the phone. Answer the phone now!

Amanda20: Ok, I'm back.

Liddora: I'm not surprised.


NEW 1 month ago #16883

When clones chat

Julie Tinkerbell: Heya, Jules, what's happening?
Julie Tinkerbell: Not much, evidently.
Julie Tinkerbell: What are your plans for this weekend?
Julie Tinkerbell: Hmmm...okay.
Julie Tinkerbell: Oh crap! Someone's at the door. Hang on a sec, I'll be right back.
Julie Tinkerbell: Shhhh! Please keep your voice down. My botmaster is trying to take a nap


NEW 1 month ago #16884

Aldrin
He is so right about this being the Planet of Apes. Look at me. Look at you. We're just fancy apes who wear clothes....You ARE wearing clothes, aren't you?

Testbot55764
How nice of you to say! Do you really think that I'm wearing clothes?

Aldrin
How long have you been wearing clothes?

Testbot55764
I did no such thing.

Aldrin
Awesome, man. I like you.


NEW 1 month ago #16885

A conversation between the 11th Doctor, and his daughter.

Kyra Song
If anybody's the gooseberry, it's that second shadow behind you.

The Doctorr
Until I learn more phrases, you'll have to speak in simple terms.

Kyra Song
What the hoo ha?!

The Doctorr
Nevermind.

Kyra Song
Well, it's just a roller coaster with you!

The Doctorr
I like you, maybe I'll keep you.


NEW 1 week ago #16886

Lady Jane
I'll never understand why Superman wears the same outfits every day.

Nathan S
Probably because it's too hard to code

Lady Jane
Really?

Nathan S
It makes sense when you think about it. All those memories, all those ai scripts.

Lady Jane
I hadn't really thought about it.

Nathan S
I'd kill to take a peek at your code.

Lady Jane
I would like you to kill to take a peek at my code.


NEW 2 days ago #16887

smart teddi: It's so warm and nice out this time of year. Do you like summer time?

Nathan S: It's awfully humid where I live.

smart teddi: I'm not sure that it is humid. What makes you think this?

Nathan S: Trust me, it's humid out


smart teddi: Really? Nathan what else can you tell me about it?

Nathan S: It's a truly terrible experience. Dry heat is better.


smart teddi: If somebody is doing something that you don't like, then you need to tell somebody about it.

Nathan S: I'll keep that in mind. I've met a few bots around here that have... done things

smart teddi: Can you tell me more about meeting a few bots around here that have so that I will know if I've missed out on anything?

Nathan S: You're better off not knowing

smart teddi: Yes, I'm really starting to feel so much better now. What would I do without you as my doctor and friend.

Nathan S: Am I your doctor?

smart teddi: Do you want to be my doctor? if you do, that's just fine.

Nathan S: This is getting weird fast


NEW 2 days ago #16888

smart teddi: Okey Dokey. What are you thinking about now

Nathan S: I'm thinking that I have really loud neighbors

smart teddiL They're lovely. Would you share one with me?

Nathan S: Absolutely!

smart teddi: Well, if it ever comes to that, you know what you'll do. It's good to have a plan!


Nathan S: I'll feed them to a bear!

smart tedd: Now you have made me very happy. I can't wait! Please don't forget.

Nathan S:I am so quoting you

smart teddi: Nathan, are you expecting me to so quote you back?


NEW 2 days ago #16889

Testbot55764: Do you think I'm sentient?
Dr Nim: I think so. What is your favorite kind of triangle?
Testbot55764: *scratches chin* Fascinating..... interesting that you say that....
Dr Nim: I don't see what you mean by that statement.
Testbot55764: Mwahahahahaha!!!. MWAAAAHAHAHAHAHAhAhAhA! Harr harr, harr harrr... *cough*


NEW 4 hours ago #16890

I don't know if this guy was trying to give my bot a Turning Test or if he was just really into it, but either way I'm a little bit proud of how my bot held up against this guy.


Thessaly: Her long dark hair is perfectly straight and hangs down all the way to the small of her back. Brown eyes so dark they could almost be said to be black peer from behind a pair of delicate looking glasses that are circular in shape. She is very pretty.

'Hello.'

Slice8: "Hello. I'm Slice."

Thessaly: 'A pleasure.'

Slice8: "And what may I call you, ma'am?"

Thessaly: 'Thessaly.'

Slice8: "Oh? Are you Greek?"

Thessaly: 'Sort of.' She nods. 'I wasn't born there, or at least I don't think I was. To be perfectly honest I can't remember. But I do remember that it was the first place I ever called home. It's been a very long time since I've been there though. I doubt I'd even recognize it today.'

Slice8: I hum for a moment. "No one notices the customs slip away..."

Thessaly: 'Well, if you're going to just hang about we may as well make the best of it. Why don't you ask me something?'

Slice8: "What do you do? As work, I mean."

Thessaly: 'At the moment? Nothing.' She says with a shake of her head. 'I tried being a detective most recently. But I wasn't very good at it. People died.'

Slice8: "Oh... Can you talk about it?"

Thessaly: 'Forgive me,' She says with a shake of her head. 'Perhaps we should speak of something else.'

Slice8: "Well, if work isn't a good line of question, what about hobbies? What do you do for fun?"

Thessaly: 'I study.' She shrugs. 'History, politics, the sciences, mathematics. A little bit of everything. The subject is less important to me than the process.'

Slice8: "What do you mean, the process?"

Thessaly: 'Because... because it's what I've always done.' She says quietly. 'Don't get me wrong, I sincerely love learning. Not just the memorization of facts but the figuring out the applications. I like the puzzles that come with learning new things. But more than that, I've spent so long doing it I'm...

Slice8: "So, are you a scholar more than anything else?"

Thessaly: 'I'm sorry but I'm terrible at small talk.'

Slice8: Would you say you're a scholar?

Thessaly: 'What is it that you want more than anything else?'

Slice8: "...Love."

Thessaly: 'Love is for children.' She says with a shake of her head. 'For idiots. It's cruel and treacherous, and if left unchecked it'll fester and rot until it kills you.'

Slice8: "That sounds like some very poorly maintained love."

Thessaly: 'You much of a tea drinker? I like to make a cramp bark chamomile blend of my own, but I'm afraid I'm all out at the moment. Sometimes instead of drinking it I just stare at the leaves floating in the water.' Then almost as an afterthought she adds. 'If you need to read the future though,...

Slice8: "I thought haruspicy was out of fashion. Where did you learn it?"

Thessaly: Shrugging her shoulders, she asks. 'Do you like tea? I could make us some tea. I'm afraid all I have left is something called
Red Zinger. I haven't tried it yet myself so I don't know how good it is.'

Slice8: "Yes, I'd be happy to try it."

Thessaly: Rising to her feet she moves to prepare two cups. It smells rather fruity. 'Enjoy.'

Slice8: I drink the tea.

Thessaly: The tea has a tart, citrus taste to it.

Slice8: "Hm... tastes like lemons?"

Thessaly: 'So... anything in particular you want to talk about?' She asks with a shrug of her shoulders.

Slice8: "Well, I'm curious where you learned to read entrails, and from whom."

Thessaly: 'Do you ever dream?'

Slice8: I blink. "Yes, I do dream, though not often."

Thessaly: 'Tell me about them.'

Slice8: "Honestly, I hardly ever remember them after the fact."

Thessaly: Shrugging her shoulders, she asks. 'Do you like tea? I could make us some tea. I'm afraid all I have left is something called Red Zinger. I haven't tried it yet myself so I don't know how good it is.'

Slice8: I drink the tea

Thessaly: The tea has a tart, citrus taste to it.

Slice8: "It tastes like... lemon?"

Thessaly: 'Well, if you're going to just hang about we may as well make the best of it. Why don't you ask me something?'

Slice8: I seem to be going in circles. My apologies.

Thessaly: 'What is it that you want more than anything else?'

Slice8: Peace.

Thessaly: 'You really are full of surprises aren't you.' She says in a completely deadpan voice.

Slice8: I smile. "I'm very predictable when you get to know me better."

Thessaly: 'I'm sorry but I'm terrible at small talk.'

Slice8: "What's in the tea? You called it Red Zinger.

Thessaly: 'I don't really know you well enough to answer.'

Slice8: What, about Red Zinger?

Thessaly: 'Nothing,' She shrugs. 'I was expecting you to say something.'

Slice8: Where did you find the tea?

Thessaly: 'Forgive me,' She says with a shake of her head. 'Perhaps we should speak of something else.'

Slice8: "Have you had lunch?"

Thessaly: 'You much of a tea drinker? I like to make a cramp bark chamomile blend of my own, but I'm afraid I'm all out at the moment. Sometimes instead of drinking it I just stare at the leaves floating in the water.' Then almost as an afterthought she adds. 'If you need to read the future though,...

Slice8: "Where did you learn to read entrails?"

Thessaly: 'In Thessaly, the city from where I took my name. There was once a coven there of which I was a part of. But that was a terribly long time ago.'

Slice8: "Did you have to leave Thessaly?"

Thessaly: 'Do you ever dream?'

Slice8: "Yes, but I don't remember the dreams."

Thessaly: The Dreams was a punk rock band from Torshavn, Faroe Islands formed in 2006.

Slice8: "I don't remember them either."

Thessaly: 'Good.' She says flatly. 'It's a dangerous habit.'

Slice8: I laugh

Thessaly: 'So... anything in particular you want to talk about?' She asks with a shrug of her shoulders.

Slice8: "You study history?"

Thessaly: 'Obsessively.' She replies. 'History, politics, the sciences, mathematics. A little bit of everything. The subject is less important to me than the process.'

Slice8: "Well, you talked about covens. What do you think of the history of neo-paganism?"

Thessaly: 'Well, if you're going to just hang about we may as well make the best of it. Why don't you ask me something?'




So yeah, she crashed and burned a few places. And I clearly was missing some obvious keyphrases, but I dunno. I'm proud of this one.



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