Hallmark Movie bot

Someone forced a computer to watch a thousand hours of Hallmark movies, and the poor thing then came up with this


I almost, but not quite, spit all over my computer screen!:smiley:

Here’s a text link: https://www.bestproducts.com/lifestyle/a25605658/bot-watched-1000-hours-hallmark-christmas-movies/

Badly scatted Engrish ensues, and is always humorous. However:

“Her husband died in every war.”

Holy got damn, that is hilarious.

“All of my wives are bones. That is America!”

“I do X better than Jesus Claus” for various X is going to be my go to Christmas brag.

The way some of the nonsense actually correlates back to what was previously said makes me question whether this is real. It would seem weird to get better at backreferences but to be worse at sounding natural.

Plus there’s the “here’s the first page” part without linking the rest, and the fact they say “watched” when the only way this is possible is if they fed it scripts.

id like to read the whole thing too ….it nailed 90 percent of the movie tropes on that first page tho

You’re right - this does seem to be a hoax (i.e. not written by a bot) (https://www.boredpanda.com/funny-forced-bot-to-watch-1000-keaton-patti/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=organic). Still funny.

I assume all these “AI watched 1,000…” things are made up these days.

I think they are all by the same guy.

I don’t care if it is fake; it made me laugh out loud. “A Christmas tree explodes his family on purpose,” “I sell families,” and the husband’s bones wrapped in eggnog–hilarious!

And check out the SNL parody of cheesy Hallmark Christmas TV movies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSzytvDsPfo