Two days ago, Redditor mashermack was hit up by a sexy bot on Kik.

Sexy porno webcam chat robot-53

A normal person will generally start a conversation with "Hello", not "Are you here right now" which leads me to reply with "Hello bot." Its following response is confusing but hilarious to whoever has some basic understanding of coding: four potential responses on one line, delimited with a pipe character.

It was very clear only one of those was meant to be sent.

Not only does the bot fail instantly to fulfill its purpose... What follows is me trying to (successfully) break it. You seem to know a bit about how these bots function.

To be really honest I have no idea how a bot will function, I'll just figure it out while chatting.

Being a web developer myself it's interesting to see what a bot does or what pattern it follows.

Sometimes it replies to certain words, sometimes it just follows a script no matter what you're answering.

Only on one occasion I've found a real person behind it who replied coherently, before the usual script kicked in.

Where do you think these pictures were sourced from?

The original source could be anything, probably the girls in the pictures have uploaded pictures of themselves somewhere online, or they are revenge porn uploads from ex-partners. Signups for paid webcam shows, or tricking you into putting in your credit card details for a promised webcam show which very likely you will never get.