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The 3 Best Incorrect Quote Generator Websites

11:45 AM December 06, 2022

The internet is usually a fun and silly place for cat photos and jokes. You can join the fun by sharing incorrect quotations with friends and family.

You could create fake conversations between unlikely personalities to have funny scenarios. Fortunately, you can make them easier with the help of incorrect quote generators. 

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This article will discuss the best websites that generate funny incorrect quotations. The best part is that you can use them for free!

  1. IncorrectsQuotesGenerator
  2. Incorrect Quotes Generator tool from TechnMind
  3. Incorrect Quote Generator from ScatterPatter

1. IncorrectsQuotesGenerator

This is an incorrect quote generator.

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Let us start with the most popular website that generates funny quotes: incorrectquotesgenerator.com. 

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It lets you create funny conversations between two to six characters. Also, you may assign a name to those personalities. 

This website enables users to share their silly conversations on social media sites. 

Moreover, it has a “copy to clipboard” feature that facilitates sharing in DMs (direct messages), emails, and other platforms. 

2. Incorrect Quotes Generator tool from TechnMind

This is an incorrect quote generator.

Photo Credit: technmind.com

You could also try technmind.com/incorrect-quotes-generator to have an easier time creating funny conversations.

It works similarly to incorrectquotesgenerator.com. You may include one to six characters in your story and assign them names.

Technmind also shows a preview of your funny jokes at the bottom of the window. That way, you can see how it would look once you share it. 

3. Incorrect Quote Generator from ScatterPatter

This generates funny, fake conversations.

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You could choose incorrect-quotes-generator.neocities.org to create silly conversations online. 

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It works like the other incorrect quotes generator websites, except for its layout. It lists the participants you may include as Person A to F.

Also, you can click on them to rename each character. ScatterPatter calls the result a prompt. That is why it names the button for creating conversations “Generate Prompt.” 

More importantly, ScatterPatter sets itself apart with its warning label. It warns users that it is not a platform for creating explicit content. 

Other ways to create incorrect quotes

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You can use these tools to generate funny internet jokes easier. However, you can create them with free, built-in tools on your computer.

For example, you could use Paint, a photo editing application on all Windows computers. On the other hand, you may download Paint S if you have a Macbook. 

Use the Paint tool to write the conversations. Then, include photos pulled from the internet. Nowadays, you can even get original free images from AI art generators

Save your final product as a PNG or JPEG file and assign a name. Finally, share it on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media networks. 

You could pay for other photo editing apps if you want more advanced features. For example, you may install Adobe Photoshop on your PC.

It lets you be more creative with the images. You could change their colors, shift their proportions, and merge photos.

Final thoughts

Creating incorrect quotes makes sharing internet jokes with your friends and family easier. The tools we discussed make it even easier. 

It can also be a fun, creative writing exercise, but you should warn people that your content is satire. Many people fall for fake content nowadays.

If you are not careful, people might use your silly jokes for fake news. Follow real and trendy news and updates from Inquirer Tech.

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