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    yeh but do it my way and it becomes a spectator sport! or you could use the AI to analyse the wife and determien what she really means when she says "do you find me fat?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by whackaxe
    yeh but do it my way and it becomes a spectator sport! or you could use the AI to analyse the wife and determien what she really means when she says "do you find me fat?"
    Everyone knows spectator sports aren't as much fun as actually playing! Anyway, you don't need to use sophisticated artificial intelligence to determine what your wife/girlfriend/[female] means when she says, "Do you think I look fat?" The answer is quite simple: She is looking for reassurance to temporarily remove the feelings of self-doubt. When a machine can figure that out, we guys better look out!
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    aha, but what ifs shes read all the e-mails translating/mocking womans language and wants to test you to see if you have, the computer should be able to, according to slight behavior differences, determine that and suply you with a satisfying answer tricksy women

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