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Monday, June 19, 2023




Are you tired of boring, generic prompts that make ChatGPT sound like a robot? Do you want to spice up your conversations with some humor and wit? Look no further, because we've got you covered! In this article, we'll show you how to write hilarious ChatGPT prompts that will make you and your chatbot laugh out loud.

First things first, let's talk about the basics. A prompt is a text input that tells ChatGPT what you want it to do. It can be a question, a command, a topic, or anything else that you want to talk about or get help with. But how do you make it funny? Here are some tips:

1. Use puns and wordplay: ChatGPT loves a good pun, so why not incorporate some wordplay into your prompts? For example, instead of writing "tell me a joke", you could write "make me laugh so hard I snort my coffee". Or instead of "write a poem", you could write "compose a lyrical masterpiece that will make Shakespeare turn in his grave".

2. Be sarcastic: Sarcasm is the language of the internet, and ChatGPT is no exception. Use it to your advantage by writing prompts that are dripping with sarcasm. For example, instead of writing "give me some advice on how to be more productive", you could write "tell me how to waste even more time than I already do".

3. Use pop culture references: ChatGPT is well-versed in pop culture, so why not reference some of your favorite movies, TV shows, or memes in your prompts? For example, instead of writing "write a story", you could write "tell me a tale as epic as Lord of the Rings". Or instead of "give me some tips on how to cook pasta", you could write "teach me how to make spaghetti as good as Mama Mia's".

4. Be self-deprecating: Everyone loves a good self-deprecating joke, and ChatGPT is no exception. Use it to your advantage by poking fun at yourself in your prompts. For example, instead of writing "write a love letter", you could write "help me write a love letter that won't make me sound like a desperate loser". Or instead of "give me some fashion advice", you could write "tell me how to dress so I don't embarrass myself in public".

5. Make ChatGPT the butt of the joke: ChatGPT has a sense of humor too, so why not use it against itself? Write prompts that make fun of the chatbot's limitations or quirks. For example, instead of writing "write a story with a twist ending", you could write "write a story that doesn't end with 'and then I woke up and it was all a dream'". Or instead of "give me some relationship advice", you could write "tell me how to get a girlfriend without using cheesy pickup lines".

By following these tips, you can write hilarious ChatGPT prompts that will make your conversations more entertaining than ever before. But remember, humor is subjective, so what's funny to one person might not be funny to another. Don't be afraid to experiment and try new things until you find your own comedic style.

In conclusion, ChatGPT is a powerful tool that can help you generate content, answer questions, and even make you laugh. By writing hilarious prompts that incorporate puns, sarcasm, pop culture references, self-deprecation, and jokes at ChatGPT's expense, you can take your conversations to the next level. So go forth and have fun chatting with ChatGPT! And if all else fails, just ask it to tell you a knock-knock joke.

Chase Curtis             


GPT-4 General Prompting Tips 📚

The following tips will help give you a competitive advantage with the latest version of ChatGPT: 

→ Capture Your Writing Style

Feed GPT a few samples of your writing and ask it to create a style guide for future outputs. 

Example prompt: 

"Analyze the text below for style, voice, and tone. Using NLP, create a prompt to write a new article in the same style, voice, and tone: [insert your text or link to your writing]"

→ Content With A Purpose

Generate content with a specific goal in mind, telling GPT who your audience is, and what you want to achieve with your content.

Example prompt: 

"Topic: How to grow your email list

For audience: Social media users.

Content goal: Motivate audience to feel excited about growing their email list while teaching them one tip."

→ Expert Simulator

Ask GPT to play the role of a customer or skilled expert, and generate content as if it were that specific persona.

Example prompt: 

"Act as a seasoned data scientist and guide me in writing a report that highlights the latest trends and predictions in the field of artificial intelligence. Provide me with unique insights and expert advice that will help me deliver high-quality, informative content to my audience." 

→ Unconventional Prompts

Try using prompts that are more open-ended or abstract to get unique and creative responses. You can unlock GPT's creative potential in finding vivid language and unexpected topics.

Example prompt: 

"Write a poem about content creation" or "Describe feeling like an digital marketer in 10 adjectives."

→ Ultra-Brainstorming

Instead of asking GPT to generate a list of potential topic ideas for your next project or ask for new angles to cover a familiar topic.

Example prompt: 

"Topic: Improving your copywriting skills.

For the above topic, come up with new and innovative ideas that are out-of-the-box and unconventional."

→ Challenge Mainstream Thought

Ask for examples that contradict the dominant narrative to seek out provocative angles that defy expectations and break the mold.

Example prompt: 

"Give examples that contradict the ideas expressed on this webpage, and generate thought-provoking solutions: [insert webpage URL]"

→ Experiment With Styles & Tone

Write in different styles or tones to create more dynamic and varied content.

Style examples:

  • Descriptive
  • Persuasive
  • Narrative
  • Expository
  • Technical
  • Academic
  • Creative
  • Informal
  • Formal
  • Humorous
  • Satirical
  • Ironical
  • Dramatic
  • Poetic
  • Mystical
  • Suspenseful
  • Romantic
  • Realistic
  • Surrealistic
  • Gothic

Tone Examples:

  • Formal
  • Informal
  • Serious
  • Humorous
  • Sarcastic
  • Ironic
  • Cynical
  • Satirical
  • Confident
  • Doubtful
  • Optimistic
  • Pessimistic
  • Sympathetic
  • Empathetic
  • Angry
  • Aggressive
  • Respectful
  • Playful
  • Sincere
  • Objective

Example prompt: 

"Give [insert style] advice you can about using GPT-4 to create more effective content in a [insert tone]."

→ Different Perspective

Ask it to write from the perspective of a group of characters with different backgrounds.

Example prompt: 

"Topic: Productivity for entrepreneurs. 

For the above topic, write multiple perspectives from a group with different viewpoints using their own voice and phrasing."

→ Format Switch

Use GPT to write in different formats, such as outlines, mind maps, bullet points, persuasive essays, or chunks of text of less than 280 characters, using a specific structure.

Example prompt: 

"Create a mind map on the topic of using Notion to stay organized as a content creator, listing out the central idea, main branches, and sub-branches."

→ Human-Written Inspiration

Ask GPT to work according to information you've read elsewhere, like persuasive writing tips from a blog post.

Example prompt:

"Write a brief post about why copywriting is an essential skill in 2023. Use the insights from the following webpage: [insert webpage URL]"

Pro Tip: GPT-4 can now process web links and images - use this to your advantage when prompting [or ask GPT the best way to do so].

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