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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 14:17 
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Skipping and hopping
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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 14:18 
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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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Possibly. It'd flow better without the 'heavy' but skipping and hopping would be possible with light shopping, so I'll leave it as it is.


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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I can't really tell from the sources available.
Information gained by torture has long been known to be unreliable.
It's been like that for years, Chintzster.
I'm going to ban you without bail Craster.
No point breaking his illusion.
Look in Bits and bobs for my solution.

Well done Mrs.
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and don't call her Roger.
I have a new charger!

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 14:29 
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That lag was disgraceful.
The waterproofing was successful.
I will have to try harder.
Probably large garlic mushrooms for a starter.
It certainly does Zardoz.
Dressed as a Stewardess.
It is fabulous.
How wee are your bellies?
(rather falls apart on the last couple of lines)

Is it worth adding the link to the 2.0 version into the first post?

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 14:33 
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Hence the subtitle.
No such thing.
Silent, practically invisible and deadly?
Uhhh, I think.
Shitty puns overload.
no offline modes available?
No, it's Gerald.
Work experience is invaluable.
Colour me intrigued at least.
I agree with Wizzardoz.
Added you to the list!
It certainly does Zardoz.
The best kind of correct.
Chinny: You mean it's made from apples?
WWF Superstars on the arcade.
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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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It certainly does Zardoz.
Dressed as a Stewardess.
It is fabulous.


Excellent.

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Is it worth adding the link to the 2.0 version into the first post?


Yes. What is the link?

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 14:34 
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poetry2.1.php



Ladies kissing ladies?
I can turn off whitelisting.
I like Elites.
Looks good mate, strange lighting.
I like pigeons.
Just one measily half centimetre.
Happy day Joans!
Why does her IQ matter?
I dislike beards.
Cemetery Jumction I'd recommend.
Good work Zardoz.
I like that arrangement.


It's truly brilliant.


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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The debate on what people prefer is highly subjective.
It was called McPony and was about a seaside detective.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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Yes, it's the reception.
It means slipping arsenic into the water supply isn't an option.
Oh the excitement.
In the sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-basement.
But not for a reacharound.
And shuffling cabinet ministers around?

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 14:46 
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This game is mental.
Oh the excitement.
I has my Kindle.
In the sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-basement.
I'd just save your pennies.
I explained it with science.
It's horrible when that happens.
Actually, I'm talking utter nonsense.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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I could start a cardboard city for the homeless.
You know what is good for Christmas Dinner.
Now go inside and drink some ho-cho with marshmallows!
Supper is a snack after tea/dinner.
My fiddle stick is pointing vertically.
But there are dogs!
Fuck me, that was good tackle.
once had several chateaux.
Why the difference?
I love camp.
Many happy returns.
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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 15:18 
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I agree with both Curiosity and Craster, annoyingly.
and cities can bombard attackers.
I know, I was laughing manically!
Heard anything from Amazon, Cras?
I said shameless capitalist.
I can't remember, to be honest.
My offices are closed.
Wow, Dav, way to wreck Wednesday.
It most certainly won't be a Microsoft decision.
Beexbot has taken over Squirt already!
He should have also set a secret question.
Look at somewhere like Florida.
Work experience is invaluable.
I did at first!
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I agree with Curiosity.


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 17:31 
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I agree with both Curiosity and Craster, annoyingly.
and cities can bombard attackers.
I know, I was laughing manically!
Heard anything from Amazon, Cras?
I said shameless capitalist.
I can't remember, to be honest.
My offices are closed.
Wow, Dav, way to wreck Wednesday.
It most certainly won't be a Microsoft decision.
Beexbot has taken over Squirt already!
He should have also set a secret question.
Look at somewhere like Florida.
Work experience is invaluable.
I did at first!
no offline modes available?
I agree with Curiosity.


My name is Curiosity, and I endorse this poem.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 18:02 
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What we need is to point the poetry engine at the beexbot thread, and use only Beexbot's posts. That would be the most meta thing ever.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 18:06 
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And then train BeexBot using only the poetry thread. boom!

I miss DimrillBeexBot.


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 10:37 
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I'd rather smell of wee than be a goat vivisectionist.
Pootling away at a few bits but not with any intensity.
Warhead: good luck getting all that sorted out, sounds mental!
I wish A-level Biology taught important information like that, incidentally.
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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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A very Scum inspired one :

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I really should know who Richard Littlejohn actually is by now.
Any of our roleblockers who may have switched targets last night care to tell us who they blocked on night 1?
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I feel like I've kind of missed the (Moray Star)boat.
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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Thu Feb 03, 2011 15:41 
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Er - really? We've still got every post since day 1.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 15:50 
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This could be irritating.
Flis, what do you thing?
Already did it, I think.
I'll go and press the button.
I told them davspaz was a bad'un.

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Everyone should have their roles.
So, lets get this right.
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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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This is am frustrating.
This could be irritating.
Flis, what do you thing?
Already did it, I think.
I'll go and press the button.
I told them davspaz was a bad'un.

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Everyone should have their roles.
So, lets get this right.
I thought it was alright.
Yawny yawny cunt cunt.
Have a lovely weekend.


Err - is this pulling data from the dead thread - if so it might not be wise to have around ?


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 16:11 
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(Does it give anything away?)

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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(Does it give anything away?)


It doesnt really - its the 'i knew davpaz was a bad un' which i take it was after he was found out to be the hand of god :-)

I think we hit this problem before - and not sure if we have an answer but people do occasionally post stuff to the dead thread which is not suitable for the living.


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I've got chocolate all over my bum.
"That's what you get, smarty pants,"
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Short and sweet, see?


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 16:20 
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Short and sweet, see?


If you go to the first post of the thread there are 3 links which take 'random' lines people have posted in the forum and it makes some poetry out of it - you may need to F5 a few times to get something which works but :

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It seems good sir, that we are in complete agreement on this point.
There's a quote button for a reason, people!
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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 16:21 
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Short and sweet, see?

Nice but :belm:

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Err - is this pulling data from the dead thread - if so it might not be wise to have around ?

That's the "day" thread.

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How can it be nice AND :belm: ?


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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It's nice, but it's belm for not realising that the thread is all about autogenerated poetry.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 16:29 
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Brother still exist?
Lord of the bloody Clones.
So it is racist.
I need to start doing meal plans.
That sounds spectacular.
I didn't spot it either.
What is your favourite colour?
Did my post go into the ether?
Mods: Please reboot Kern.
Nintendo, you soft sods.
Children of the corn?
Watch out for asbestos!
A nightmare to remove.
Has Bobbyaro ever been quoted?
The one I posted is Rainy Etude by Leonid Afremov.
In fact, I'm now conflicted.

A long one! It clearly rhymes.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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Nice tatts, Chris.
Wullie was right!
And angry people in wheelchairs.
Echofon is alright.
Since last series in fact.
Curse you Curiosity!
Is it really that fucked!
Kill him first.

That's a good one :)

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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I'm certainly glad I don't have Australian kids.
The previous occupants of our house had cats.
Red means you too, you fuckers.
Oh, either will work, of course.
Nice easy day on Sun perfect!
It's sounding terrible in fact.
Really neat idea, very well executed.
James Bond and the Queen was unexpected.
but other than that I'm clueless.
And yes, a little later than seven days lols!


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Now with bangin' rhymes and shizzle!
poetry2.0.php (aabb)
poetry2.1.php (abab)

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Been a while since we fired this up.

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You're so fucking sexy.
That looks great!
The girl on the left looks scared.
Also: I hate ants.
People using bare hands!


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Works a treat.
Engage the Darkbeast.
I have pre-ordered.
Ed was the best.
I assume that is yours.
He enforced moonlighting?
Middle-aged in forum years.
Well worth doing.


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A sexy rhyme.

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Old Men Dancing were acebest.
Amazing video, and I wish you both all the best.
Those tatties were fake tatties.
Tatties is a terrible word to use for tits.
Finesse is for fannies.
Not for grown-up phones.
It's bloomin hard!
It warms my heart.


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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Sure - but that's what happens with comments on the internet.
Yes the visuals are amazing, but you have to mention the sound design.
So laughter IS the best medicine!
Although it has a dub to rival Symphony of the night.
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Well your face didn't start off brilliant.
I found both pretty dull, to be honest.
Whoever played the big man was excellent.
It's not worth the minor hassle you've experienced.
but i cant read the text.
It’s a Citron, I think.
They'll add a dialog wheel next.
Yep, that's the best thing.
I think that's the main downside.
Well now I'm just aroused.
Someone ring me if its announced.
You read it here first!
It is shaping up wonderfully.
Kissyfur has no excuse.
No silenced sniper rifle?
You know what sucks?

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It's National Poetry Day!

So I should probably cancel my pre-order?
So they started in audiobooks before terror and murder?
I need to calibrate outrage settings.
I'm about to start cooking wings.
WHERE IS TEO BROKE GIRKS?
Aren't they famed for being brutally litigious over their trademarks?
Hopefully something new mind.
What a great achievement!

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My forthcoming entry to the next slam event at a hispter open-mic night:

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You really don't.
Do not understand.
Curiosity is no The Vision.
Thanks also, TheVision!
They're rather, uh, promiscuous.
Was he rude about things that are not physics?


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How much is copyright?
That's can't be right.
Seems everyone has early access.
I have the formula for success!

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I've trimmed this one down because the first couplet is about perfect.

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That account says it's a parody.
That's the best kind of Java support.

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You clearly have been playing snap against weak opposition.
I am massively conflicted over the assisted dying question.
I am interested in playing on Steam.
We're lucky to have you here to impart such wisdom.
Better than the other way round!
With gelled up Mali in the foreground.
Had these men yet committed a crime?
Haha, just wanted to beat Grim.

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My forthcoming entry to the next slam event at a hispter open-mic night:

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You really don't.
Do not understand.
Curiosity is no The Vision.
Thanks also, TheVision!
They're rather, uh, promiscuous.
Was he rude about things that are not physics?


This is my favourite.


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Rhyming TheVision with The Vision is very poor form, poetry bot!

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Also rhyming Steam with wisdom :)

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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I never even realised it attempted to rhyme stuff, I thought it just picked random sentences. That's quite impressive, even though it's execution is somewhat lacking at times.


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Also rhyming Steam with wisdom :)


Someone on the forum probably pronounces them the same. Your weirdo English people with your bizarro voices.


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Bamba wrote:
I never even realised it attempted to rhyme stuff, I thought it just picked random sentences. That's quite impressive, even though it's execution is somewhat lacking at times.

It was fucking complicated, I remember that. It's not great, but you can normally see what it's gone for.

I wonder if I can improve it...

If you want non-"rhyming" poetry, take a look a poetry.php

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I re-read the thread to see how I did the rhyming stuff, and was reminded that it had a database-destroying hidden feature:

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Your mum missed the joke.
Your mums moist vulva.
Your mum is my twitter.
Your mum is a human infinite feedback loop!
Your mum's an actuary.
Your Mums I hope.
Your mum is far too easy.
Your mum's overdone.
Your mum's a meatloaf.
Your Mum does it implicitly on all ventricles.


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Your Mum gives the worst, but we all go back for more.
Your Mum's had 16x9 portions.
Your Mum did.
Your mum' jokes violate the Golden Rule of Internet posting.
Your mum is average.
Your Mum fixed my laptop.
Your mum didn't want to.
Your Mum's too tedious.
Your mum is a non-existant bag.
Your mum?
Your mum hasn't.
Your Mum's Scandinavian.
Your Mum's.

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