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 If you feel as though your sexting game is getting a little stale, then there's a new Twitter bot in town to help you re-ignite the spark.

...or, um, not?

@wikisext, co-created by Twitter users @rumnogg and @thricedotted, is a Twitter bot account that gleans information from articles on popular how-to lifesaver WikiHow. It picks out snippets of sentences or paragraphs from the site to Tweet completely out of context; oh, and then it adds "sext:" at the beginning. That's how you know it's a sext.

There are some real flirty winners amongst the babble.

Though some others are a little questionable at best.

And some are a window into a sex life I want absolutely no knowledge or part of.

 There's an element of surrealism to it almost on par with the legendary @horse_ebooks, though maybe without the directionless chaotic fury.

But it doesn't have to be all about the sexting: @wikisext has a tip for everything (even if it's described as a sext).

@wikisext will be there if you need some self-affirmation:

Or some cooking advice:

Or even if you need encouragement to stop wasting your day reading weird Twitter accounts:

And it Tweets every hour, on the hour, so make sure to follow it. And follow @PopBuzz while you're at it. We won't give sexting advice (usually), but we're pretty fun.


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