I write like who?

July 14, 2010

I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!

Who….killed himself. Nice.

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12 Responses to “I write like who?”


  1. Yeah, supposedly I write like H. P. Lovecraft who was known for “weird fiction.” Sounds about right.

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  2. juniorprof Says:

    I write like David Foster Wallace too apparently. Hmmm

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  3. drugmonkey Says:

    I am starting to think this is a knock on ol DFW if he writes like a blog post..

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  4. Dirk Hanson Says:

    Good God. I fed in some fiction, it said I write like Chuck Palahniuk. Why ain’t I rich?

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  5. drugmonkey Says:

    So supposing someone came up as Stephen King…I mean that guy is certifiable, right?…I’m thinking this DFW guy can’t be all bad.

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  6. Candid Engineer Says:

    Boring! I write like him too apparently. I’m just going to assume that we are tortured and deep or something.

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  7. Coturnix Says:

    I also write like David Foster Wallace. And Hemingway writes like Stephen King.

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  8. antipodean Says:

    I put a paragraph of an RO1-equivalent I wrote in.

    I write like Chuck Palahniuk.

    I put the next paragraph of the same RO1-equivalent in

    I write like David Foster Wallace

    and again

    Now I write like Stephen King

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  9. drugmonkey Says:

    I put some random blogger’s douchery in there and got Stephen King. Next post of his, Jane Austen. This thing is random.

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  10. namnezia Says:

    Totally random – I pasted part of a short story by David Foster Wallace, and he writes like… Dan Brown!

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  11. GMP Says:

    I checked several random posts (by myself and a few other bloggers), and they all came out as David Foster Wallace. So I’m not too impressed with the service…

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  12. skeptifem Says:

    It gives the same answer if you copy and paste stuff from timecube.

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