I entered a erotica fiction contest for the popular comedy podcast Double Threat, and I was lucky enough to have my submission given a superlative on the show. What follows is that submission. Content warning: lots of double threat in-jokes, and very rated X.
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Another piece I wrote in collaboration with an A.I., this time, trying to create the most stereotypical Hallmark movie plot possible. I failed.
Too much A.I. generated story based on characters from Paper Computer Games: https://pcg.wikia.com.
More A.I. generated story based on characters from Paper Computer Games: https://pcg.wikia.com.
A.I. generated story based on characters from Paper Computer Games: https://pcg.wikia.com.
I won’t lie: this is the darkest, horniest piece of A.I. assisted fiction I’ve ever seen. And I’ve seen very little. It does have a happy ending, however.
I’ve been writing(ish?) stories via https://aidungeon.io, a ML algorithm trained on text adventure games. The first was a fantasy , and this one is a detective story. It gets weird.
I’ve been writing(ish?) fiction via the fantastic https://aidungeon.io, which is a machine learning algorithm trained on text adventure games.
This is a piece I wrote for McSweeny’s that I didn’t think would get published, but wanted to go through the process regardless. As suspected, it was not published. Here it is, in all it’s rejected glory.
It’s like if Humphrey Bogart and Tina Fey had a baby. —Stephen Spielberg