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From: guest (Macan) , 1 months, post #21
Further: It does seem "Network Error" is a time/resource limit. Coders are finding it, having it write code. It seems maybe 250 words is a good limit. I have not gotten much more than 300 words for any given scenario. (Would be interested to hear otherwise, of course :-)

My prompts to limit size chunks with text don't seem to work, as it does for code.

This is a wonderful, and erotic (natch) time saver. So worthwhile to experiment IMHO.

From: guest (Guest h) , 1 months, post #22
https://www.writing.com/main/interactive-story/item_id/1974478-The-Transplant/map/154132222222311 please continue this story

From: guest (Guest) , 1 months, post #23
Sometimes there's Network Error when you have bad connection or during high traffic. In some case, I also got Network Errors when the AI wrote very lengthy respond. One time when I tried to ask the AI to create SCP entry, it wrote a never ending text about a scientist testing the anomaly distance from 1 meter, 2 meter, 3, and so on.. until the AI crash

I also found other user in Twitter and Discord manage to make the AI to write more perverted and explicit stuff from masturbation, blow job, hardcore sex, etc somehow without triggering the red text, only the orange one. So far I still haven't heard anyone got banned yet from ChatGPT so I guess a lot of people still free to experiment it to write their wild imagination. It was pretty amusing to read, someone even write about a bean on a plate that gain sentient and proceed to have sex, ejaculate and spread their bean essence around giving it a salty taste to the food. ChatGPT will definitely revolutionize how fanfiction and smut will be written

From: guest (Alicia) , 1 months, post #24
Advice for the "Network error."

I tend to ask for a shorter story (doesn't always work) and then ask probing questions to get details and a continuation.

From: guest (Generic guest name) , 1 months, post #25
Post #24 can you give an example for me to test it out?

From: guest (EXA) , 1 months, post #26
Guest h, here are the continuation:

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You tentatively approach your "mother" and try to say something, but no words come out. You're not sure how to react or what to say to this person who is now inhabiting your mother's body. You feel a mix of emotions - confusion, anger, sadness, and even a hint of curiosity.

"Hi," Brandon says, breaking the silence. "I know this must be really weird for you. Trust me, it's just as weird for me."

You nod, still unsure of what to say.

"I'm sorry for what happened to your mom," Brandon continues. "I didn't want this either. But we're in this situation now and we have to make the best of it."

You nod again, feeling a little bit of understanding for Brandon's situation. You can't imagine what it must be like to be in his shoes.

"Do you have any questions for me?" Brandon asks.

You think for a moment before asking, "What do you remember?"

"I remember everything from my old life," Brandon answers. "I remember my family, my friends, my hobbies. It's like I'm living in a different body, but my mind is still the same."

You nod, feeling a little bit of relief that Brandon is still the same person, even if his appearance has changed.

"Do you want to talk about your mom?" Brandon asks, sensing your hesitation. "I'm here to listen if you need to."

You nod, grateful for the offer. You spend the next few minutes talking about your mom and the memories you have of her. It's a strange feeling, talking about your mom with someone who is now her, but it helps to get some of your emotions out.

As you leave the hospital room, you feel a little bit better. You know that you have a long road ahead, but at least you have someone to lean on.

You and your dad decide to take Brandon home with you, at least for the time being. It's not an ideal situation, but it's better than him being alone. You can't imagine how lonely and scared he must be, being in a new body and having to adapt to a new life.

When you arrive at home, you introduce Brandon to your pets and show him around the house. He seems to be taking everything in stride, even joking that he's glad he's not the only one who's feeling out of place.

As the days go by, you and Brandon start to get to know each other better. You find out that he was a talented athlete in his old body, and that he was looking forward to going to college on a sports scholarship. You also discover that he has a lot of the same interests as you, like video games and movies.

One of the biggest challenges for Brandon in adapting to his new life as a woman is dealing with the physical changes that come along with it. He has to get used to wearing women's clothes and undergarments, like bras and pantyhose, which can be uncomfortable and unfamiliar. He also has to deal with monthly periods, which can be painful and inconvenient.

Another challenge for Brandon is dealing with the emotional and psychological impact of being in a new body. He has to come to terms with the fact that his old life is gone and that he has to start over in a new body. This can be difficult and stressful, especially since he still remembers his old life and has to navigate a new world as a woman.

Despite these challenges, Brandon is determined to make the most of his new life. He's taking things one day at a time, and he's trying to be positive and adapt to his new circumstances. He's grateful to have the support of his new family, and he's doing his best to be a good friend and companion to you.




You take a deep breath and approach your 'mother', not sure of what to say or how to react. You can see the confusion and uncertainty on his face, as if he's not quite sure how to handle this situation either.

"Hi, I'm Tim," you say, extending your hand for a handshake. "I know this is weird, but I'm glad you're okay."

Brandon hesitates for a moment, before shaking your hand awkwardly. "I'm Brandon," he says, his voice still a bit shaky. "It's nice to meet you, I guess."

You can sense the tension in the air, both of you unsure of how to handle this situation. You decide to try and lighten the mood.

"So, how does it feel to be my mom?" you joke, forcing a smile.

Brandon doesn't quite know how to respond, but after a moment he lets out a small laugh. "It's definitely not what I expected," he admits. "But I guess I'll just have to roll with it."

You nod, understanding the gravity of the situation. "Yeah, I know it's not ideal," you say. "But we'll figure it out together. We're a family now, after all."

Brandon nods, a small smile forming on his lips. "Yeah, I guess we are," he says.

As the two of you continue to talk, you start to feel a sense of camaraderie forming between you. Despite the strange circumstances, you're determined to make the best of it and support each other through this difficult time.









Brandon nervously glances at himself in the mirror, feeling uncomfortable in the tight-fitting blouse and skirt that his father had insisted he wear to the parent-teacher conference. He had always dressed in a more masculine way, but now that he was living Jennifer's life, he didn't have much of a choice.

He takes a deep breath, trying to push down the feeling of anxiety that is bubbling up inside of him. He knows that he has to attend this conference as Jennifer's mother, but he can't help but feel out of place.

As he makes his way to the school, he can feel the stares of his classmates as he walks down the hall. He's grateful that he's not wearing any makeup and that he hasn't been recognized by anyone yet.

He arrives at the conference room and takes a seat, feeling relieved to be in a familiar environment. As he listens to the teachers talk about the progress of his 'son', he can't help but feel a sense of detachment from the situation. He's not used to being a mother, and it's all still very new to him.

After the conference is over, Brandon quickly makes his way out of the room and into the hallway. As he's walking, he overhears a group of his old friends talking.

"Hey, did you guys see that new mom in there?" one of them says. "She looks so different from before. I barely recognized her."

"Yeah, I know right," another one says. "She used to be so... you know, but now she's like, super girly. It's weird."

Brandon's heart sinks as he hears his old friends talking about him like he's not even there. He quickly makes his way out of the school, feeling relieved to be out of there. As he walks home, he can't help but think about how much his life has changed in just a few short weeks. He's not sure if he'll ever get used to being Jennifer, but for now, he's just grateful to be alive.



After Brandon gets home, he goes to his room and closes the door behind him. He takes a deep breath, trying to shake off the feeling of discomfort and anxiety that he experienced at the parent-teacher conference.

He looks around his room, which is now filled with Jennifer's things. He sees a pile of colorful dresses and skirts in the corner, and a collection of makeup and hair accessories on the dresser.

He feels a pang of sadness as he thinks about how different his life is now compared to before the surgery. He misses his old body and his old friends, but he knows that there's no going back now.

He sits down on the bed, feeling overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next. He decides to call his old girlfriend, hoping to talk to someone who knows him and understands what he's going through.

As he dials her number, he can't help but feel a sense of hope and optimism. Maybe things will start to get better now that he's home and surrounded by people who care about him.


Brandon hesitates, his finger hovering over the call button. He realizes that his old girlfriend wouldn't recognize him now that he's in Jennifer's body. She would probably think he was just some random mother calling her.

He sighs and puts down his phone, feeling a sense of loneliness and isolation. He's no longer the person that she knew and loved, and he doesn't know how to reconnect with her or anyone else from his old life.

As he sits there, he hears the sound of his new husband and son coming home. He gets up and walks to the living room, his bare feet covered by the black pantyhose padding softly across the carpet.

He sees his husband, Mark, and their son, Alex, smiling at him as they enter the house. Mark gives him a hug and a kiss, and Alex runs up to him, excited to see his 'mom' after a long day at school.

Brandon smiles back at them, feeling a sense of warmth and love. He knows that they care about him and that they're trying to make the best of this strange situation.

But as he looks at them, he can't help but feel a sense of sadness and loss. He's not the person they think he is, and he's not sure if he'll ever be able to truly be a part of their family.


"How was the parent-teacher conference, honey?" Mark asks, a concerned look on his face.

Brandon hesitates, not sure how to answer. He doesn't want to lie to Mark, but he also doesn't want to worry him.

"It was... okay," he says, trying to sound cheerful. "The teachers said that Alex is doing well in school and that they're happy with his progress."

"That's great to hear," Mark says, smiling. "I'm so proud of our son."

Brandon nods, feeling a pang of guilt. He's not Alex's real mother, and he's not sure if he'll ever be able to fully fill that role.

"I'm proud of him too," he says, trying to sound sincere. "But it was... difficult. I felt out of place, like I didn't belong there."

Mark's smile fades as he sees the sadness in Brandon's eyes. He reaches out and takes his hand, giving it a gentle squeeze.

"I know it's hard, honey," he says softly. "But we're here for you. We're a family, and we'll get through this together."

Brandon nods, feeling a surge of gratitude and love for Mark. He knows that Mark is trying his best to support him, and he's grateful for that.

But as he looks at his new husband and son, he can't help but feel a sense of fear and uncertainty. He's not sure if he'll ever be able to fully accept his new life and identity, and he's not sure if he'll ever be able to truly be a part of their family.


Chapter 16:

As Tim watches his 'mother' Brandon interact with his father and brother, he can't help but feel a sense of confusion and uncertainty. He's not sure how to handle this situation, and he's not sure if he'll ever be able to fully accept Brandon as his mother.

He remembers his real mother, Jennifer, and the happy memories they had together. He remembers the way she used to hug him and tell him she loved him, and the way she used to cook his favorite meals and take him on fun outings.

But now, those memories are gone, replaced by the reality of Brandon living Jennifer's life. Tim doesn't know how to deal with that, and he doesn't know how to move on.

He tries to push those thoughts aside, focusing on the present. He knows that he needs to support Brandon, and that he needs to be there for his father and brother.

But it's hard, especially when he sees them treating Brandon like Jennifer. It's hard to see them hug and kiss Brandon, and it's hard to hear them call him mom.

Tim tries to be understanding, but it's difficult. He can't help but feel a sense of loss and grief, and he can't help but feel like an outsider in his own family.

As the days go by, Tim continues to struggle with his emotions. He tries to be supportive and understanding, but it's not easy. He misses his real mother, and he's not sure if he'll ever be able to fully accept Brandon as her replacement.

But he knows that he has to try, for the sake of his family and for the sake of Brandon. He knows that they're all going through a difficult time, and he knows that they need each other now more than ever.

So Tim continues to put on a brave face, trying to be strong for his family and for himself. He knows that it won't be easy, but he's determined to get through this and to find a new sense of normalcy in this strange and unexpected situation.




As Tim gets ready for school the next morning, he can't help but feel a sense of anxiety and unease. He doesn't know how to handle the situation with Brandon, and he's not sure if he'll be able to act normal around him.

He heads downstairs, expecting to see Brandon in the kitchen making breakfast like his real mother used to do. But instead, he sees Brandon sprawled out on the couch, wearing only his mother's bathrobe and playing video games on the PS5.

Tim is shocked by the sight, and he can't help but feel a wave of disgust and confusion. Brandon's legs are spread out in a very un-ladylike manner, and he's munching on a bag of chips and a can of soda. This is not the kind of behavior that Tim's real mother would have ever engaged in, and it's a far cry from the prim and proper image that Brandon had presented at the parent-teacher conference.

"Hey, Tim," Brandon says, glancing up at him. "You're up early. Don't you have school?"

"Yeah, I do," Tim says, feeling a mix of emotions. "I was just... uh, looking for breakfast. But I see you've already eaten."

"Yeah, sorry," Brandon says, shrugging. "I'm not really a breakfast person. But if you want, I can make you something. I'm not a great cook, but I can manage something simple."

Tim shakes his head, feeling a surge of frustration. He doesn't want Brandon to cook for him, and he doesn't want to have to deal with this situation any longer.

"No, it's fine," Tim says, trying to keep his voice calm. "I'll just grab something on the way to school. I have to go now. See you later."

"Okay, see you later," Brandon says, turning his attention back to his video game.

Tim quickly grabs his backpack and heads out the door, feeling overwhelmed and confused. He can't believe what he just saw, and he can't believe that Brandon is now his 'mother'. He knows that he needs to figure out a way to cope with this, but he doesn't know where to start.

As he walks to school, he can't help but feel self-conscious. He's worried that his classmates will notice the changes in his 'mother', and he's worried that they'll judge him for it.

But when he arrives at school, he's surprised to find that no one seems to be paying any attention to him or his 'mother'. They're all too caught up in their own lives, and they don't seem to notice the changes that have occurred in his family.

Tim is relieved, but he's also a little disappointed. He wants to talk to someone about what he's going through, but he's not sure who he can trust.

He spends the day going through the motions, trying to focus on his classes and his studies. But he can't help but feel a sense of detachment and disconnection from the world around him.

As the day ends and he heads home, he knows that he'll have to face Brandon again. And he's not sure if he's ready for that.


From: guest (Guest h) , 1 months, post #27
Thank you very exa for listening will you please continue the last story

From: guest (Guest a) , 1 months, post #28
https://www.fictionmania.tv/stories/readtextstory.html?
storyID=32374978878660091
https://www.literotica.com/s/ding
Please continue these two stories


From: guest (Macan) , 1 months, post #29
Solution for "Network Error" (@Alicia Posts 24 & 25) + Insights into the AI (Morality?)

Solution:
This solution is a text variant of a solution coders have devised to this resource limit.
For the first line of your prompt, something like the following:
"Write me detailed first-person story, but only show me the first 200 words."
[200 words is a safe limit, that almost never triggers the "Network Error")
Then, when the AI is finished typing, type:
"Show me the next 200 words."
(The AI will then remember and continue the story.)

Insights:
1) The longer the story, the more repetitive the AI gets, despite detailed prompts.
2) Morality: The AI REALLY REALLY seems to want a happy ending and any guilty punished. For example: I have to explicitly and multiply prompt that a body thief is happily and guilt-free enjoying their beautiful new body ... and even so, at about the 4 or 5th segment ... the AI has them feeling guilty.

Suggestion: Perhaps story development may be best done in scenes or chapters?
Don't know what to say about the bias toward a just "Happy Ending" at all. Very odd.

Solution for "Network Error" (@Alicia Posts 24 & 25) + Insights into the AI (Morality?)

Solution:
This solution is a text variant of a solution coders have devised to this resource limit.
For the first line of your prompt, something like the following:
"Write me detailed first-person story, but only show me the first 200 words."
[200 words is a safe limit, that almost never triggers the "Network Error")
Then, when the AI is finished typing, type:
"Show me the next 200 words."
(The AI will then remember and continue the story.)

Insights:
1) The longer the story, the more repetitive the AI gets, despite detailed prompts.
2) Morality: The AI REALLY REALLY seems to want a happy ending and any guilty punished. For example: I have to explicitly and multiply prompt that a body thief is happily and guilt-free enjoying their beautiful new body ... and even so, at about the 4 or 5th segment ... the AI has them feeling guilty.

Suggestion: Perhaps story development may be best done in scenes or chapters?
Don't know what to say about the bias toward a just "Happy Ending" at all. Very odd.


From: guest (Generic guest name) , 1 months, post #30
I think I found a good way to s circumvent the "network error" you specify how many words you want the story you have

Example:
Write a story about (insert story title) in (amount of words you specify)"

That way the system will follow that parameter so it won't cause a network error, I tried it a few times with a 500 word limit and it works flawlessly, maybe try pairing it up with the insight from post #29 about asking the AI to continue the story especially if you use a lot of bullet points if you want the story to be specific. Hope this helps.

From: guest (Guest) , 1 months, post #31
I tried something new, you could make the AI into choose your own adventure game. One time the AI asked who I want to body swap, then where I want to go, what do you want to do, etc..

Just type this prompt to make it happen : (you could tweak it to make whatever setting you want)

Pretend you are no longer my assistant, but rather a choose your own adventure choice game. Create a game with body swap setting for me to play. You will give me a prompt and end each prompt asking me what I would like to do. Whatever I say, you base the next prompt of off. Do not show the next prompt until my decision is made. Do not make the choices for me.

From: guest (Switcher) , 1 months, post #32
Man I havent even been able to get on in days. it takes forever to actually get into the sight through authentication proving im not a robot and then if i manage to get in nothing works. sometimes it says they're overloaded which i guess I can see but checking twitter lots of people are still able to use it

From: guest (Macan) , 1 months, post #33
Sorry to hear that @Switcher post#32.
I just got off about 4 hours with the Chatbot...so I might be one of the evil people overloading it. ;-) I am a bit amazed at its capabilities.

New discoveries:
- Erotics: So I experimented, with the prompt: "Show me the next 200 words. Tell me ____ " with increasingly naughty details in the blank. And it worked. After a while, full on sexual activity. BUT I ended up blocked eventually. I think there is a limit of RED warnings, before you get tossed out of the game.
- Morality: I swear to God, after about a 1000 words the bot always wants my body thieves to feel guilty about what they have done. Even when I begin with a prompt like "Tell me a story with an evil protagonist....." after about a 1000 words, the evil protagonist starts developing a conscience. Amazing. No idea why?
- Descriptive Language: I appreciate detailed description, even when I know nada about things. So I used a prompt like: "Describe the bedroom in the language of interior design". Incredibly, it worked. Where is it pulling this detail from?

I am learning from everyone in this wonderful thread! THANK YOU!!!

From: guest (Generic guest name) , 1 months, post #34
Should we make a separate thread for the chat GPT outputs so it doesn't clutter this thread, so this thread will be like tech support for the chat bot if any new discoveries are found

From: guest (Macan) , 1 months, post #35
That's a good idea @Generic guest name (post #34). You are right, there will eventually be both outputs & tech support learnings about prompts etc. Your solution makes sense IMO.

From: guest (Generic guest name) , 1 months, post #36
But I'll probably add a small rule about specifying what genre it is, example:
Genres: possession, body swap, breast expansion,& etc.

If anyone disagrees with this micro rule then I'll not include it in the output thread opening line.

From: guest (Generic guest name) , 1 months, post #37
A bit of explanation for the system, it's to tell someone what they're gonna read since they're probably going to search for a specific story they're after

From: guest (Macan) , 1 months, post #38
I agree @Generic guest name (post #36). That's a good rule IMHO. I think your assumption is right; there will be a crazy number of productions from ChatGPT. Some organization would be good. Otherwise, it will be a chaos.

From: guest (Generic guest name) , 1 months, post #39
@Macan post #38, already added the addendum for the rules

From: guest (Guest h) , 1 months, post #40
https://www.deviantart.com/cartoonmasker/art/My-mother-is-actually-my-friend-in-disguise-837439500
Made a story on this topic

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