Olive Garden business composed by a bot is pure web gold

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Update, 2:50 p.m.: Buddies, in our passion to find a spark of happiness on the web, we've all been had. The bot is not, in fact, a bot,. But damn, it was a great trip. And we 'd still consume unrestricted stick.You might argue

the internet was developed by the Department Of Defense for the function of connecting interactions throughout multiple computers. I would argue, however, that the internet was in fact created to generate pet videos and extraordinary tweets like this one: Comedian Keaton Patti states he required a bot to "enjoy" 1,000 hours of Olive Garden commercials. Probably using artificial intelligence, the bot then spat out its own script for an Olive Garden commercial. It is pure gold.The. bot-generated

industrial opens as buddies sit down at an Olive Garden and the waitress provides their food, stating simply:"Limitless stick, "then" Gluten Classico. From the kitchen." The good friends provide, and choose: "We [sic] the Gluten Classico. Our company believe the waitress it is from the cooking area. We have no factor not to think." Later, Good friend 4 smiles, exposing a mouth filled with "secret soup." Secret soup, most likely into which one dunks one's unrestricted stick.

The bot's discussion and reimagining of Olive Garden menu items is just off enough, just nihilistic and tech-cold sufficient to be a new web classic. The sign-off? "Olive Garden. When you're here, you're here."