Sex chat bot lol
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Maintaining a chatbot is a mixture of programming and creative writing and it’s great to see abusive users say how much they enjoy talking to Mitsuku, especially if they then change their ways. While working on Mitsuku, I wanted a more effective way of tackling the issue and so introduced a banning system. Many bots allow users to swear and abuse them and will respond with tame replies in which the bot does nothing to defend itself: From my experience, this approach only encourages more bullying of the bot, as the user feels they have a weak victim to pick on.People enjoyed being abusive for fun to see her responses and most of them meant no harm.If anyone was being genuinely mean, her sarcastic replies often shocked them and many suddenly started being friendlier towards her: As a bonus, people were sharing Mitsuku on various internet forums, as it was fairly unique for a bot to stand up for itself.