I was scrolling through my Facebook News Feed when I saw something particularly interesting: a site called what-would-i-say.com. Basically, you log in using your Facebook account, and it generates statuses based on the content of what you post on Facebook. So it takes all these key words, comments, that you’ve made on your account, and transforms it into a completely random phrase. So it’s using words you’ve said before, to make up a quote that sounds like something you would say. Does that make sense? So I went through and logged in with my Facebook, and generated some statuses, screen-shotting the best. Let’s give you some examples. If you know me, you’ll find these extremely, some more than others, fitting.
Note: none of these status’ I’ve written myself. They’re all generated by the website.
Let’s begin with the generic weather-related status. If you know me, you’ll know that my home page is weather.com. And meteorology as a whole has always interested me, so this is a highly accurate representation of who I am.
I actually don’t know?
And now… possibly the best generated status that depicts the type of person I am.
Best week of the year, baby.