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Generating Endless Facts For Your Videos

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Picture this: On social media, people are working hard to find interesting facts every day for their fact-sharing accounts. But I have a fantastic solution just for you! With this special prompt, you can get endless facts on any topic you want. And the best part? It will match the timing of your videos perfectly. So whether you're talking about romance, psychology, or any thrilling mentality, you can get cool facts in just a blink of an eye. This way, you'll save lots of time. Good luck!
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Prompt Details

Chat - GPT-3.5 (gpt-3.5-turbo)
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428 ($0.00090 / call)
Example input
It will ask you these two questions. Q1: What will be your video duration? (Approximate)  Q2: What type of content in facts do you want?  So let's write for the output. 18  Psychological 
Example output
Great! Here are some psychological thriller facts that you can use for your 18-second video: Capgras Delusion: A rare psychological disorder where a person believes that their loved ones have been replaced by imposters. The Stanford Prison Experiment: A controversial study that showed how ordinary people can turn into abusive authority figures in certain situations. Cotard Delusion: A condition in which a person firmly believes that they are dead or no longer exist. Stockholm Syndrome: The psychological phenomenon where hostages develop positive feelings for their captors. The "Bystander Effect": People are less likely to intervene in emergencies when others are present, assuming someone else will take responsibility. The Mandela Effect: Collective false memories shared by a group of people, named after the mistaken belief that Nelson Mandela died in the 1980s. "Red Room" Phenomenon: An internet urban legend about hidden websites that display disturbing and violent content. Clinical Lycanthropy: A rare psychiatric condition where a person believes they can transform into an animal, usually a wolf. The "Zeigarnik Effect": Unfinished tasks are remembered more vividly than completed ones, creating a mental tension to complete them. The "Dark Triad": A trio of personality traits - narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy - associated with manipulative and malicious behavior. Remember to choose the facts that captivate your audience the most and make the 18-second video engaging and intriguing!
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