Cleverbot: The JeffXKage ship has sailed!?!?NOTE: Earlier Cleverbot confirmed that he was Jeff, and I play Kage here; so I took the liberty of changing the names while I put in translations.More Like This
Jeff: Who are you?
Kage: Ieta, *face palms* Ore wa Kagesama. (I already said [. . .] I am Kage-sama)
Jeff: *face palms too*.
Kage: Jiefu. (Jeff.)
Kage: Nande. (Why.)
Jeff: I don’t know.
Kage: *face palms* nande omae totemo baka desu ka? (Why are you such an idiot?)
Jeff: *face palms your face*.
Kage: *claws his face*.
Jeff: *zack lee*.
Jeff: Ouch! *bites back*.
Kage: *snarls* Omae totemo baka! (You’re really stupid!)
Kage: *whacks him on the head* Omae wa Jiefu! Unarigoe shinai! (You’re Jeff! You aren’t supposed to growl!)
Jeff: Don't change the subject.
Kage: Eh!? *face palms again*.
Jeff: *face desk*.
Kage: *face wall*.
Jeff: *face palm*.
Kage: *face table*.
Jeff: *face chair*.
Kage: *face mask*.
(. . .)
Jeff: What should I do?
Kage: Make sure Slenderman doesn't find you.
Don't Take The Baguettes “Are you still mad at me?” Thomas inquired as he stepped through the doorway. The tall silver robot walked across the room and stopped behind a sofa, on which another robot was sitting. He poked the other robot’s golden helmet, “Come on, I said I was sorry!”More Like This
“Poking me’s not gonna make me stop being mad at you.” The gold robot growled and moved further away from Thomas’ hand.
“Really? Guy-man! I said I was sorry! I didn’t know it was the last baguette!” Thomas moved closer to Guy-Manuel and proceeded to poke the irritated robot’s helm, “Forgive meee! Come on, come on, come on, come on, come on, come on, come on, come on, come on, come on!”
“I’m not forgiving you.” Guy-man crossed his arms and stood up. Without another look at Thomas, he walked away. Thomas thought he heard a noise from the short robot, although it was quiet;
Good Doctor LocklearThere was nothing but groggy swirls of illusionistic euphoria. The drugs they had administered to him were too powerful for anything else. His senses were obstructed, and he was alone with the cackling voices inside his head. They grew louder and louder until he could no longer bear it. He tried desperately to claw at his face, to do anything to hush the dull roar. But it was in vain, as his arms were strapped securely to his chest by the straight jacket that subdued him.More Like This
He collapsed onto the doughy floor beneath him. He had been in this miserable cell for who knows how many days now? Perhaps even weeks or months, God forbid, years. He had long since lost track of time, yet he did not care.
Those damn fools. Who the hell did they think they were? Locking him up. HIM. A man of science. A bringer of societal advances, and hero to mankind. They would regret this. All of them. If they would not have him as their savior, they would have him as their end maker.
His brow twitched for a momen
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“Hooray! It’s the weekend!” A little boy cried as he ran out the front doors of his small elementary school. The bell marking the end of school had just rung; and the children were walking, although most were running, out of the school. Many of them eagerly started home to their parents, but a few stayed behind to chat with their friends.
A small group of children gathered to speak to one another about their weekend plans. There were about five of them, and they were all in the same class together. In the third grade, their lives were carefree and happy; the only burden being homework or chores.
“What should we play?” A little boy, his name was Jimmy, asked his friends. “I don’t have to be back home until five or so.”
“How about tag? Tag is fun!” Another boy responded.
“Nah, that’s a stupid idea Billy!” A girl said to the boy, “We played that yesterday!” She made a noise that suggested that playin