The Predictive Test Experiment


The following is an experiment trying to use predictive texting to tell stories. Every experiment starts with a word that is typed in, and every word after that is selected via predictive texting. All attempts are made to make a complete sentence, and potentially a complete story, that stands out on its own. The attempts themselves are self-contained and do not have any relation story wise to the others.

Time seems to slow down for the rest of the day after we have been working for an hour.

Before you begin to explain why you didn't listen to me, you should know that I have been trying to make you think about this.

When you say that I could be something else, I just don't know what you want me to do.

Try not to mention the fact that you don't care to that other person.

For all the horrible things you did to me, you are also very nice.

Under the impression that you can actually be a good person, I asked you to be around me.

How hard is it to just accept that we can't be friends anymore?

Make sure that you can be there for sure, if you want to be able to get to see me.

Please let me know what you think of all the horrible people who disagree with me.

Tell me why you need to be a very important part of my life.

Forgive me for not talking about you and your fucking stupid things, but I don't want to talk about them.

Those who need to create are also very intelligent.

Most of us are going to die before we figure out what the future will be.

Leave me alone, I have to be honest with myself for me to be happy with you.