A Python library for converting text strings into OwO
A Python library for converting text strings into OwO, inspired by Douglas Gardner's work.
pip install owotext
You can use owotext in your Python projects like so:
# OwO Impowt da wibwawy ÙωÙ from owotext import OwO # Huohhhh. Setup da convewtew ʕʘ‿ʘʔ uwu = OwO() # HIIII! Convewt a stwing into OwO speak Huoh. print(uwu.whatsthis('In the beginning the Universe was created. ' 'This had made many people very angry and has ' 'been widely regarded as a bad move.'))
Huohhhh. In da beginning da Univewse was cweated. This had made many peopwe vewy angwy and haz been widewy wegawded as a bad move. Huoh.
You can also call owotext from the command line by using the
owo You know something? I really hate people! They're selfish, ignorant, loud obnoxious pricks, with basically no redeeming qualities whatsoever. I mean really, look at all they've achieved! Genocide, global warming, reality TV, and just a never ending parade of failures and fuck ups! They are, without question, a complete write-off of a species
Huohhhh. You knuw something? I weawwy hate peopwe! Theywe sewfish, ignuwant, woud obnuxious pwicks, with basicawwy nu wedeeming quawities whatsoevew. I mean weawwy, wook at aww theyve achieved! Genucide gwobaw wawming weawity TV and just a nevew ending pawade of faiwuwes and fuck ups! They awe without question a compwete wwite-off of a species ( '◟ ')
OwO() accepts custom lists of prefixes, suffixes and substitutions.
OwO(prefixes, suffixes, substitutions)
Things should be fairly self explanatory here;
sufffixes should be
List objects and
substitutions should be a
- Python 3
- A lack of self worth
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