03 November 2008

Word Verification

In order to leave a comment, some people's blog sites require me to enter verification text, yet others do not. I haven't cracked the code as to why some ask and others don't, and quite frankly I'm not concerned enough to delve into the matter. In the past, the random, nonsensical words were amusing to me, as I would imagine the words as names for new porn moves. The "quintlo" and "stetlar" were two of my personal favorties. But lately, the words had been less random text, and were getting closer to being actual words.

Today, I was dealt my first real word from the software.








I can't help but wonder if "large" will be followed with more real words, and if they will have meaning when strung together. "Large" followed by "breasts" and then "climax" might portend excellent things for my future, or at the very least leave me grinning. However "large" followed by "tumor" and "skull" or "penis" and "jail" would freak me right out of my skin.

I'll keep you advised as events warrant. In the meantime, keep updating your blogs, so I'll have reason to comment and enter more word verifications.

UPDATE: I'm not sure I like the direction in which this is trending...

3 comments:

SOMETHING HAPPENED SOMEWHERE TURNING said...

ICSL...
And just so you know...I had no word verification.

Krëg said...

Yeah, some comment sections have them and some don't. I don't get it. But just as long as I'm not inadvertently teaching English to SkyNet, I'm content.

zakary said...

You have the option to change your settings to 'Word Verification ON' for your own blog. I guess it stops spam.

I just had to type 'BULVAG' when I left a comment on my own blog. How rude!