When you're on the spot for something you want to avoid...write a perfectly believable excuse with the Jasper AI Paragraph Generator template.
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Jasper Paragraph Generator
With over 50 templates, Jasper can write copy for any situation and type of business. From social media posts to email newsletters, he has the ability to humanize any brand. One of my favorite templates is Paragraph Generator, where you tell Jasper a little bit about what you want to write about, any keywords you want to include, and the tone of voice you prefer.
Jasper uses these inputs to write a few paragraphs on your topic. The more information you give Jasper, the better the results will be.
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Start by giving Jasper any background info you want him to reference (optional).
Then tell him what you want to write.
It's that simple!
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So, when I got a text from my Mother-in-Law asking me if I'd like to take her to the Garden Centre to buy plants at the weekend, I knew where to turn to find a flawless excuse. I mean, I really hate to say no to her, but...no. I really wouldn't like to do that this weekend 😆
Thing is, I'm so bad at coming up with excuses. I'm a bit of a people pleaser and totally over-justify myself. Who better to help me out of a jam than my BFF Jasper 🤷🏻♀️ I just have to ask, and he always has the answer.
Let me show you how the Paragraph Generator helped me out.
What is your paragraph about? My Mother-in-Law wants me to take her to the Garden Centre at the weekend. What are 5 totally believable reasons I can tell her why I can't go? I don't have kids or pets. Support each reason with a creative story. Let's break that down.
My Mother-in-Law wants me to take her to the Garden Centre at the weekend. I have set the scene, introduced the characters, and identified the problem.
What are 5 totally believable reasons I can tell her why I can't go? This is how I ask Jasper to write exactly what I need. I chose 5 because it fits the template output limits (Jasper can only write so much at a time, and I wanted a complete list). I don't have kids or pets. Here I am giving Jasper more information, so he doesn't use these in the list. e.g. The kids have a soccer match / I have to take the dog to the vet Support each reason with a creative story. This is how I ask Jasper to give me longer answers, which appeases my need to justify my excuse 😆 which helps it to sound more like me.
The template outputs are on 🔥
I'm sorry, Mother-in-Law, but I won't be able to take you to the Garden Centre this weekend. Here are five reasons why: 1. I have to work: I'm sorry, but my boss has asked me to come in on Saturday. I know you were looking forward to going to the Garden Centre, but I really can't get out of it. 2. I'm not feeling well: I've been feeling a bit off all week and I really don't think it would be wise for me to go out. I don't want to risk getting you sick as well. 3. The car is in the shop: Remember last week when the car broke down? It's still in the shop and won't be ready until next week. We'll have to take a rain check on the Garden Centre. 4. I need to stay home and clean: The house is a total mess and it really needs a deep clean. If we don't do it now, it will just keep getting worse. I know it's not as fun as going to the Garden Centre, but it has to be done. 5. I promised my friend I would help her move: My friend is moving this weekend and she's asked me for help. She's really struggling and could really use my support. Plus, she's promised me tea and cake as a thank you - and you know how much I love cake! I hope you understand, Mother-in-Law. Maybe we can go next weekend instead?
Which excuse would you choose?
I went with:
Oh, that sounds fab, but I promised my friend Jo I would help her pack for her holiday. She's really struggling and asked if I would help. Plus, she's promised me coffee and cake as a thank you - and you know how much I love cake! Maybe we can go in a few weeks?
I didn't use exactly what Jasper wrote. I used it as inspiration to fit something happening in my life right now. My human BFF Jo really is going on vacation next week.