Captcha fun

Word verification is so much fun to use when you’re zooming around the blogs. Just to be able to spend your reading time typing in individual letters, when multiplied by the factor of your blogroll, is a whole lot of joy.

But there’s a serious side too – did you realize that captcha can often be a comment on our social condition or else it highlights some pithy observation.  Take these 6, for example:

What those who spin and manipulate us do when they are of the female persuasion.

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My New Years Resolution when I see the state of our country and what 2011 promises to deliver.

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What peripheral political pundits do much of the time – those on the edge of the political sphere.

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This one immediately conjured up a vision of aging feminists so I deemed it prudent not to go down this path.

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What the Australians probably wish they were not on at this current moment in time.

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An all-in-one rejoinder to most of the PC offerings we are suffered to endure these days.

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More tomorrow evening.

Now, spam – have you ever really considered that it’s trying to tell you something?

For months, it’s been offering you good people out there [but I cut it off in its prime] penis enlargement and viagra – there have to be a lot of compact-dongled, droopy guys out there – but yesterday it took a savage turn and started offering forex.

This was puzzling, as there’s no money about but then I realized what they were really trying to sell:

XXXX from Castlemaine.

So that’s all right then.

4 comments for “Captcha fun

  1. December 28, 2010 at 23:00

    I think “geysaggi” must be a middle aged Icelandic gay or lesbian, who probably wears a boiler suit, despite never having had a manual job in their life. Who either eats nuts or is allergic to nuts.

  2. December 29, 2010 at 00:15

    So many ‘influential’ bloggers making so many influential comments about absolutely fuck all.

    Great quips from some awesome screen grabs, man, but what the fuck was the popint?

  3. Maggie Merkin
    December 29, 2010 at 03:02

    My favorite verification word is:

    Merkin

    (Look it up – tee-hee.)

    • December 29, 2010 at 09:20

      It’s very well known downunder, for some reason.

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