There's a website that claims to predict your future tweets based on past ones. Unfortunately, it doesn't always produce the most coherent results. What it does consistently do is spit out hilarious combinations of your favorite phrases and words.
The site — ambitiously named This Can Be My Next Tweet — appears to rely on phrases and words you've used most recently and most frequently (based on the trial runs I gave it, at least). BuzzFeed's Ryan Broderick doesn't think it gets that specific and suggests that the site's simply "analyzing your previous tweets" and "regurgitating 140 characters of gibberish."
No matter which process is truly occurring in the background, the results that we get are just plain silly.
See for yourself — all you need to do is enter your Twitter username and hit the "get your next tweet" button. I wager that you'll get a tweet which will feel oddly familiar and like something you might actually write if you were overly tired ... or totally drunk.
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