AI Writing Styles

Art thou bored? Have some fun rewriting stuff using ai.

The world is enamored by ChatGPT’s ability to write. The Natural Language Model has the uncanny ability to write in the style of everyone from Edgar Allen Poe to Hulk Hogan. It can be a whole lot of fun to play with, in fact!

Take this miniature story for example
Sisyphus was the founder and king of Ephyra. Hades punished him for cheating death twice by forcing him to roll an immense boulder up a hill only for it to roll back down every time it neared the top, repeating this action for eternity.

Through the classical influence on modern culture, tasks that are both laborious and futile are therefore described as Sisyphean.

Now, let’s jazz it up a bit, by asking ChatGPT to rewrite it for us…

In the style of Hulk Hogan (I couldn’t resist!)
Well let me tell you something, brother! Sisyphus, the main man in Ephyra, thought he could outsmart the big boss Hades—not just once, but twice! So what did Hades do, dude? He gave Sisyphus a workout that never ends! That’s right, Sisyphus has to push this massive boulder up a hill, and just when he thinks he’s got it made, that boulder rolls right back down, Jack!

It’s like running wild for eternity, except you never get the title belt, man. So when you’re stuck doing something that’s tough as nails and never seems to get you anywhere, just remember—you’re dealing with some real Sisyphean stuff, and that’s the bottom line, brother!

In the style of JFK
My fellow Americans, let us turn our attention to the ancient tale of Sisyphus, the once mighty founder and ruler of Ephyra. This man sought to outwit the inescapable fate that awaits us all—death itself—not merely on one occasion, but twice. As a result, Hades, the guardian of the underworld, imposed upon him a task of unparalleled futility. Sisyphus was sentenced to roll a massive boulder up a steep hill, only to see it tumble back down each time it approached the pinnacle. And this exercise in futility was not to be a mere episode, but rather an eternal recurrence.

This story has so indelibly imprinted itself upon our culture that tasks which seem both exhausting and unavailing are frequently referred to as ‘Sisyphean.’ It serves as a stark reminder that endeavors devoid of purpose or end can imprison us in a perpetual cycle of meaningless toil.

And so, let us not succumb to the Sisyphean tasks that distract us from our true purposes, but instead rise to meet the challenges that can and will shape our destiny. For in tackling the possible, we escape the trap of the impossible. Thank you, and may God bless each and every one of you.

One more in the style of Vanilla Ice
Yo, yo, yo, listen up, I got a story ’bout a guy named Sis! King of Ephyra, man, but listen to this. He tricked Death not once but twice—yeah, he was feeling real nice! But Hades said, “Hold up, dude, that just ain’t cool. Time for you to enroll in my endless school!”

So Sis got a boulder, big and round, had to push that thing all over town. Up a steep hill, he’d huff and puff, but just when he thought he’d done enough, that rock would roll back, down it went, making Sis wonder where his energy spent!

So listen, in today’s lingo we say, a “Sisyphean task” is in play when you’re workin’ real hard, breakin’ a sweat, but it’s like your goals and success never met!

So if you’re feelin’ like Sis, and you’re asking “Why?” Remember, sometimes you gotta fail before you fly! Keep on pushin’ that rock, one day you’ll find, it’s not about the boulder, but the climb!

Is this a practical application? Yes. It’s great for practical jokes!

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