"Rudder's Ruse" by Sardonic Poet
Introducing ChatGPT: a language-based AI that interprets my poetry. I requested it to respond as a CONTRARIAN. Why? To represent the demographic that will NOT like my poetry. Why? Bigger audience.
Dropping a deuce?
Did a brown squirt let loose?
Here it comes, my bum’s rump-rum: Caca-juice!
If lightning were brown, it would be farted by Zeus, Caca-juice is the devil’s spirit, embarrassing you to fear it.
Do you want to caca your pants, in front of your friends, stomping on ants?
Caca at home before you go out, take the shortest route.
Caca-Juice please call a truce.
ChatGPT's response as a contrarian:
As a contrarian, I find this poem to be crude, vulgar, and insensitive. While I understand that humor can be a useful tool for breaking down social barriers and taboo subjects, this poem seems to revel in gross-out humor at the expense of others.
The poem seems to promote a shame-based approach to bodily functions, which is both unhealthy and unproductive. Rather than encouraging people to embrace their natural bodily functions and find healthy ways to manage them, the poem seems to suggest that we should be ashamed of our bodies and hide them away from the world.
Furthermore, the poem's use of ableist language is deeply troubling. By associating bodily functions with negative connotations, the poem reinforces harmful stereotypes and perpetuates stigmatization of individuals with disabilities or medical conditions that affect bowel movements.
Instead of using humor to shame people for their bodily functions, we should strive to create a more inclusive and accepting society that embraces diversity and celebrates the many ways in which we are all unique. We should recognize that bodily functions are a natural part of life and that there is no shame in experiencing them.
In short, this poem's approach to bodily functions is harmful and unproductive. As a contrarian, I reject this narrow-minded and insensitive perspective and call for a more compassionate and accepting approach to bodily functions and bodily diversity.