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Awesome Funny Markov Chains
A curated list of delightfully amusing and facetious Markov chain output.
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Text Generation using Markov Chains fed by 4chan APIs
Fake headlines created by smashing up real headlines.
The most confusing subreddit (often on the front page).
A computer generated and dictated podcast.
A dating sim about the futility of dating sims.
Mutations on Puppet documentation and the assorted works of H. P. Lovecraft.
Combined King James Bible, Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, and some of Eric S. Raymond's writings.
Suspiciously believeable (but incorrect) Git documentation.
Stack Overflow's homage to their greatest ever user, Jon Skeet.
Takes two headlines about different things and then confuses them.
Semi-coherent bits of random X-Files dialogue, based on community transcripts.
An incoherent savior for an incoherent age.
Previously, on Next Generation....
yo maam jokes using markov chains
Generates your future tweets based on the DNA of your existing messages.
A history of funny Markov chains
The Original Prank (archive.org).
Mark V. Shaney's finest hours (archive.org).