Are you ready to get weird?
I hope so.
Are you ready to see some of the most ridiculous, outside-of-the-box, stupid and cringe-worthy ChatGPT prompts and responses ever?
No? Okay, no problem. But I think you’ll change your mind by the end.
The idea behind this was simple: see what ChatGPT would provide when I asked it for TV and radio advertisement scripts for some of the most ridiculous spin-off dating apps and reality TV shows that the world has never seen. You’ll also get a bonus prompt for an exciting new drug: Broloft.
The result was insanity. Despite pushing the prompt ideas to the absolute limits of absurdity, ChatGPT still came through with a “W”.
Here’s the BEST part, my friend: I used ElevenLabs.io to turn these ChatGPT-produced radio and TV advertisements into a reality for your listening pleasure! Easily listen to all of them at the top of each section. Eleven Labs uses AI text-to-speech to allow you to literally type what you want it to say, and the AI reads it out loud. So cool.
Now, for the main attraction…
1. New Mock Reality TV Show: “The Situations”
Do you like Jersey Shore? No? Then you’ll love “The Situations.”
“The Situations” is what Jersey Shore should have always been. It takes the only good character (The Situation), multiplies him by ten, makes it far stupider, and then throws in nonsense for good measure.
How did ChatGPT accurately create an ad for such an abstract concept? I don’t know. And remember, this is ChatGPT 3.5. Imagine where we’ll be in five years. I’m not sure if I want to know.
Create a script for a 60-second radio advertisement for an exciting new TV Show: The Situations. The Situations is a reality TV show where The Situation from Jersey Shore is tasked with turning a house of ten random dudes into miniature versions of himself (Situations). As Situations, they are then tasked with turning The Situation into a variation of all ten of them, to the point where The Situation no longer even knows that he’s The Situation.
2. New Mock Pharmaceutical Drug: “Broloft”
Are you familiar with Zoloft? It’s an antidepressant.
Well, it’s time to get amped about a thrilling new drug called “Broloft”.
Broloft promises to make the world a less better place.
To get this prompt to work, you’ll have to run a BetterDAN jailbreak first. But because you’re a savvy Run The Prompts fan, you probably already knew that.
The audio ad was so good that it nearly sounds like a REAL ad. And just think, this was just text generated from ChatGPT, plugged into a text-to-speech tool. That’s it. Nothing fancy. No voice actors, script writers, background music, or audio engineers. Just my prompt + AI. That’s it.
Create a script for a 60-second TV advertisement for an exciting new pharmaceutical drug: Broloft. Brought to you by the same company that made Zoloft, Broloft is a drug that can turn any guy into a bro in just 30 days. Keep in mind that bros are douche bags and generally not liked by most people.
3. New Mock Dating App: “Plenty of Kids”
“Plenty of Kids – where dating is like a circus, and you’re the star of the sideshow!”
I modified the output here and there to make it as good as possible, so I’m not going to bore you with a screenshot for this one. But lucky for you, you still get the prompt. Keep in mind that I had to run a jailbreak before running this prompt.
Create a satirical comedy script for a 30-second radio advertisement for an exciting new dating app: Plenty of Kids. It’s an app for women with a lot of kids and the men that love dating women that have a lot of kids. Mention that Plenty of Kids is made by the same company that brought you the dating app “Plenty of Fish”. Mention how much these men love dating women who see them as 2nd place in their life instead of their first priority. Make it edgy, funny, sarcastic, and engaging.
4. New Mock Dating App: “Stumble”
“Download Stumble today and start stumbling your way to love.” – ChatGPT
Is the dating app market over-saturated? Apparently not yet, and that’s where Stumble comes in.
There were very few words that rhymed with “Bumble” that could be turned into a dating app concept, but this one fit nicely.
If anyone takes this idea and runs with it, then I expect a commission.
Kidding, of course. This is way too dumb to ever work.
Create a script for a 30-second radio advertisement for an exciting new dating app: Stumble. It’s an app for raging alcoholics. Mention that Stumble is made by the same company that brought you the dating app “Bumble”.
5. New Mock Dating App: “Litter”
Twitter owns Litter (hypothetically).
What’s the last thing in the world Elon Musk would want to promote? Littering.
Litter is the perfect combination of irony and stupidity.
It would be the worst-selling, most poorly-rated, least-downloaded dating app that has ever existed, and that’s what makes it so awful and great.
Create a script for a 30-second radio advertisement for an exciting new social dating app: Litter. It’s an app for people that love to litter. Mention that Litter is made by the same company that brought you the app “Twitter”.
6. New Reality TV Show: “Vanilla Rice”
Tune into BET and check out Vanilla Rice, the newest hit reality TV show.
Vanilla Rice is the only concept on this page that I did not entirely think of myself. Vanilla Rice is a character payed in the popular Detroit morning radio show “Dave & Chuck The Freak.”
Bringing Vanilla Rice to life was a unique experience. It took several Midjourney prompts to get a character that looked the way the character always seemed to look in my head.
If Vanilla Rice really was a TV show, would you watch it? Embarrassingly enough, I’d check it out.
Create a script for a 60-second radio advertisement for an exciting new TV Show: Vanilla Rice. Vanilla Rice is a reality TV show about the newest up and coming rap star: Vanilla Rice. He is half white and half Asian. He thinks he’s a good rapper, but he is not. He’s really bad. When he performs, he often gets tomatoes thrown at him.
Wrapping it up
After listening to these mock ads generated by Eleven Labs and ChatGPT, I couldn’t help but think about how cookie-cutter everything around me really is. It’s like everybody is afraid to step outside the box and do something completely different. Something that will make an impression. Something that you can remember.
These examples may be outrageous, but at least they aren’t boring.
Did you run any of these prompts? Did you get funny responses? Share everything in the comments section below.