That Can Be My Next Tweet generates your future tweets based on the DNA of your existing messages.NEW: combine your future tweets together with someone else to create bizarre mix-ups and profoundly strange combinations!Featured on Gizmodo, Huffington Post, Gawker, CNN, Time, The Next Web, Mashable and @twitter amongst others. WHAT OTHERS HAVE SAID Gizmodo: Dreamlike. Semi-sensical. Sort of terrifying. The site is less a Twitter toy than a disturbing peer into my subconscious.Mashable: While some of the autogenerated tweets seem plausible enough (), other autogenerated strings are nothing short of hilarious.CNN: A bizarrely addictive little time-waster () sounding something like a mashup of Yoda, a freshman philosophy major and Caine from Kung Fu.The Huffington Post: The results are, predictably, hilarious. I couldn't have said it better myself.Time: Add this to the pile of brilliant Twitter-related time-wasters.The Next Web: Are we really so predictable that everything that we tweet can be broken down by a machine to figure out what well say next?Twitter: This site is providing some good laughs this morning here at the Twitter office.The Washington Post: My theory is that this generator captures the subliminal. This sounds a bit like how Id like to spend a Sunday in an alternate universe.Urlesque: If you've ever wanted to write like a Twitter spambot, here's your chance. Trying it with Urlesque's Twitter gave us a whole bunch of ideas for animal videos we wish existed in real life.
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