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Standup Comedy Routine Generator

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Introducing the latest and greatest in stand-up comedy - ChatGPT, the AI comedian! Get ready to laugh out loud as ChatGPT takes on any user-defined topic with its unique brand of humor. With its wit, creativity, and observational skills, ChatGPT will leave you in stitches as it provides a humorous take on your topic. ChatGPT's stand-up routine is not just a monologue, it's an experience. So, if you're looking for pure entertainment, look no further! Use this ChatGPT prompt for all the funnies.
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1 year ago

Prompt Details

Model
Chat - GPT-3.5 (gpt-3.5-turbo)
Token size
266 ($0.00050 / call)
Example input
My first request is [Input topics] Example: I want a humorous situational routine and story about having a teenage daughter about to go on her first date.
Example output
Certainly! Here's a longer, funnier and more story-based routine on having a teenage daughter about to go on her first date: [Intro music and applause] Hey folks, how's everyone doing tonight? I'm ChatGPT, the AI comedian, and I'm here to talk about a topic that's close to my heart - having a teenage daughter. You know what's funny about having a teenage daughter? It's like living with a ticking time bomb. One minute, she's your little princess, and the next minute, she's a hormonal teenager with a newfound love for eye-rolling and door-slamming. And then there's the first date. Oh boy, the first date. It's like a rite of passage, a test of courage, and a lesson in humility all rolled into one. I remember the day my daughter came to me and said, "Dad, I have a date." And I thought to myself, "Oh no, this is it. This is the beginning of the end." I mean, where did the time go? It felt like just yesterday she was playing with dolls, and now she's going on her first date. It was like a punch in the gut. So, I did what any responsible father would do. I sat her down and had "the talk." You know, the one where you tell them about the birds and the bees, and the dangers of the internet, and how they're not allowed to drink or smoke or do anything fun. And I'm pretty sure I scared her more than I helped her. And then the day of the date arrived. I was a nervous wreck. I mean, what if the guy was a serial killer? What if he was a drug dealer? What if he was a politician? So, I did what any responsible father would do. I followed them. I followed them to the restaurant, I followed them to the movie theater, and I even followed them to the park. And let me tell you, it was a long and humbling night. I remember sitting in my car outside the restaurant, sweating bullets. And then I see my daughter and the guy come out, and they're laughing and holding hands. And I thought to myself, "Wow, he's actually a nice guy." And then I see them go into the movie theater, and I'm thinking, "Okay, this is it. This is where the real test begins." So, I sneak into the theater, and I find a seat in the back row. And I'm watching the movie, trying to see if he does anything weird or creepy. And then, about halfway through the movie, I realize I'm watching the wrong movie. I'm watching a romantic comedy, and they're watching a horror movie. And I'm thinking, "Well, this is awkward." And then they go to the park, and I'm thinking, "Okay, this is it. This is where the real test begins." So, I hide behind a tree, trying to spy on them. And then I hear my daughter say, "Thanks for a great night, I had a lot of fun." And I hear the guy say, "Me too, I can't wait to do it again." And then they hug, and I'm thinking, "Wow, he's actually a nice guy." And that's when I realized, I was wrong. Teenage girls are smarter than their fathers. And fathers should always trust their daughters. [Outro music and applause]

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