Chatbot Conversation

I was contacted on Yahoo Messenger today by a chatbot named Alexandra Buford. She greeted me in a foreign language, so I thought it polite to reply likewise.

Alexandra: yhneb martinrund

Martin: yhneb

Alexandra: Hi martinrund. it’s Alexandra.

Martin: yhneb

Alexandra: u dont know me Kelly — gave me your info, :)

Martin: yhneb

Alexandra: I just moved here from outta town cuz my boyfriend just dumped me (loser!)

Martin: yhneb

Alexandra: I’m lookin to have some fun this weekend, wanna join me? ;);)

Martin: yhneb

Alexandra: I have a new profile up tell me what u think

Martin: YHNEB

Alexandra: So… U think ur up for some fun with me ;)

Martin: YYYYHHHNNNEEEBBB

Alexandra: I’ve got my web cam up too if u wanna get a lil preview ;)!!

Martin: Y. H. N. E. B.

After this last message of mine, Alexandra ran out of pre-programmed lines to spout. Thus ended our brief relationship. I miss the way she used to say “yhneb” to me.

Comments

  1. #1 ArchAsa
    September 29, 2008

    Ooooooh I needed that laugh. Literally tears running down my face as I write this!!!

    And yhneb to you good Sir

  2. #2 Ted H.
    September 29, 2008

    yhneb

    (Really, what else needs to be said?)

  3. #3 paddy
    September 29, 2008

    Can’t we get 2 of those bots to chat to each other? Now THAT would be fun.

  4. #4 Henrik
    September 29, 2008

    YHNEB!

  5. #5 RBH
    September 30, 2008

    We are but bots that pass in the cybernight.

  6. #6 Martin R
    September 30, 2008

    I wonder if I passed her Turing test.

  7. #7 Wife
    October 1, 2008

    I’ve always found eloquence one of your most attractive traits, darling.

  8. #8 Chris
    October 2, 2008

    Honestly it’s worth a complaint just so they don’t get paid.

    “THIS RESELLER HAS BEEN TERMINATED FOR UCE/SPAM VIOLATION.”
    http://www.xxxblackbook.com/?s=register&r=lc132321
    ;)

  9. #9 DianaGainer
    July 1, 2009

    You are SO lucky. Most of my spam contacts also offer to share millions (of ponds) with me, if I will only send them a few thousands ahead, as a sort of deposit of good faith, along with minor details, such as my name, address, phone number, age, sex, bank account number, credit card number, shoe size, etc. Plus I’ve often won the lotry. Haven’t you?

  10. #10 Martin R
    July 1, 2009

    Hello Dear! The best spam message I’ve ever received was one where they offered to enlarge my bust.