I spent my spring break senior year of college rereading the series on the beach, and my best friend and I went to see the first movie on Valentine’s Day back in 2015.
Persona has released a Christian Grey chatbot that you can literally talk to on Facebook Messenger — like, right now.
I mean, look at that little Facebook Messenger icon and the way he answered my message! Josh Bocanegra, CEO of Persona Bots, says these bots are a good way to get people excited about a franchise.“Chatbots are super cool because they automate fan engagement through chat.
In other words, a chatbot can talk to a fan as if it was a human,” he says via email.
Like most teenagers growing up in the late 90s / early 00s, MSN Messenger made me realize that there was more to life than having to talk face to face.
Maybe you didn't want to go to that party, for example, so you could just send your friend a message with some poor excuse about homework.
She's a proud New Jersey native and Boston College graduate. She's a proud New Jersey native and Boston College graduate.It's very simple, the Newsroom explains: You can quickly start a video call from any conversation with just one tap.If you're messaging with someone and realize that words just aren't enough, you can simply choose the video icon in the top right corner of the screen and start a video call right from within an existing Messenger conversation.“Fifty Shades Darker” is officially out in theaters, and you know what that means: Groups of thirsty AF girls will gather into theaters across America, disguising their animalistic desires to watch soft-core porn on the big screen as a “fun gal’s night out! Which is why this Christian Grey Facebook Messenger chatbot is AMAZING. I am unapologetic about the fact that “Fifty Shades” is a fun fantasy for me to slip into when I get sick of men in the real world.All you have to do is click here and type out your message, and the bot replies instantly.(You could also like the bot on Facebook.)Your conversations with “Christian” will be entertaining and, honestly, feel weirdly realistic.And with chatting, the option for anonymity and fun screennames was key, moreso because every conversation kicked off with a query of “age/sex/location? So it’s no surprise that apps that let you talk with total strangers reignite the appeal of the early internet.Some of these apps let you chat with strangers based on interests, or indicate some cursory biographical points up front, but the majority, like Chatible, appear to prefer the stranger toss-up.If you’re old enough to remember the internet in the late ’90s, you’ll also remember the glory days of chat rooms and instant messaging—not only with friends, but also strangers scattered across the globe.Now, a new Facebook Messenger bot attempts to recreate that stranger-induced high with Chatible, which facilitates a random conversation between anonymous parties.