Guy has a bot watch over 1,000 hours of Hallmark Christmas movies and then has the bot write it's own Hallmark Christmas movie.
Watching Hallmark Christmas movies has become a tradition for many people during this holly jolly season. The charming and often very predictable films are often the wholesome content we love to see during the holidays.
thinking about quitting graphic design to write hallmark christmas movies
— Judson Collier (@JudsonCollier) November 26, 2017
Twitter user @KeatonPatti actually decided to do this – with a twist. He made a bot watch one thousand hours of the Hallmark Channel Christmas movies. Then he had the bot create its own story.
I forced a bot to watch over 1,000 hours of Hallmark Christmas movies and then asked it to write a Hallmark Christmas movie of its own. Here is the first page. pic.twitter.com/HMEtkzHVCi
— Keaton Patti (@KeatonPatti) December 12, 2018
“Bones wrapped in Eggnog” is quite the messy, gooey visual
— Garett Cecil (@garett_cecil) December 12, 2018
“this is a family business. I sell families”
— Sergio (@SergiSbr) December 12, 2018
All my wives are bones. That is America. Poignant
— Heron House Disturber (@LoganKeener) December 12, 2018
He died in every war.
— Mike Sharp (@Sharp208) December 12, 2018
I’m crying: “Santa is bones. Bones help nobody.”
— Florakat (@ladyjax) December 12, 2018
“Hurry. Christmess attacks soon.” pic.twitter.com/8A1m2OBY3R
— ℬ.🦂 (@scintillaient) December 12, 2018
I laughed far far farrrrr too long at “Hallmark hot”
— Canadagraphs (@canadagraphs) December 12, 2018
— Donald Reif #SaveDaredevil (@DonaldMReif) December 12, 2018
We need to see the rest of this script 😂
— Chris Anjewierden (@Chris_Anj) December 13, 2018
Please please please, post the rest of what it came up with. This is absolute GOLD!
— Brandon Schlosser (@Arkhaine687) December 12, 2018
— Jim Waterhouse (@jh2ohouse) December 12, 2018
Is watch pic.twitter.com/hHs7jgRQhz
— Mistress of Doom 💀🎃 (@HiHo2go) December 13, 2018