Transcript for To text or not to text: A new app sends Shakespearean sonnets to your phone
Welcome back here to "Gma" on this Valentine's day. A lot of people are celebrating their birthday today in the audience and so is my sister sally-ann. Happy birthday, sally-ann. Very nice. I got something special for Valentine's day this morning. Fornyone having trouble figuring out exactly the right words to say to their loved ones, from a story of cyrano, help me, Shakespeare. Here's what it does. If you type something into the app, message you're thinking of sending to your loved one it will give a response and if it's not good enough it will actually write a shakespearean son net for you. Here's an example. Ariel had simple one. Will you be mine? Okay. Well, that's what you said. Help me Shakespeare sued oof, I have met others with better penmanship. May I recommend a son net of my own and it wrote, 20-line son net right there. Mine eye -- some in their bodies force why love is thou which thou -- You get 20 lines out of one line. But you can also if you write a good one get some praise. Here's what he will London said you are the moon and sun and stars. We are on a rocket ship of love. I was surprised that Shakespeare loved in that much. Well done, Ellen, you cherub. It appears you need me not. Wow. You must feel pretty good. If it's good it tells you you're good. If you're bad -- It writes you a good one. The person you're dating is going to say, you didn't write this. Oh, my son net of love. Great idea, you know. Genius how they can figure that out. Good F one day of the year. Exactly. Who would do that? Who would have Shakespeare translate your love message? One over there. Best of luck. I already know what to say. I agree. I think keep it simple. Will you be mine? How can you go -- We all will. If you are mine just always be mine. There you go. That was good. Oh. I'll type that into the app. Good job.
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