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Say What? #4


Every once in a while I'll share with folks "verification" words I find mildly amusing. You know those words that some bloggers use to avoid spambots and ensure you're a real person leaving a comment. If you're interested in the history of this endeavour and in previous dufus definitions just click on the label below. Ready? Here we go...
God's angel inventory


Uncle Sayo's wife


A guy really into cars


Bo knows sports...and this is what he does with deodorant



Moms I'd like to learn something from
(oh yeah like you can do better)


What you ask when you phone your friend whabil and his mother answers.

Comments

Moooooog35 said…
Um, hello?

Millsf = Moms I'd Like to Lick Sweat From

Duh.
nonamedufus said…
Moooooog: Had me worried there for a moment. Yeah, I can live with that.
Quirkyloon said…
Ha! Good choices for the funny Nomie.

Who knew randomness could be so funny!

Gooooo word verifications!
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Sometimes random works.
Linda Medrano said…
My mind does not work the same way yours works, Dufus. And that's a shame.
nonamedufus said…
Linda: Who knew there were some things to be thankful for, eh?
Miss Nikki said…
OH - MY - GOD!!! I was working on the EXACT same blog idea! And had a collection of those words-non-words with what was to be my definitions... Are you my lost twin separated right in the egg form? I think so. No other explanation.

p.s. I gave up on the idea, you must be the half that tried to kick me out of the egg, bad half!
nonamedufus said…
Nikki: Don't give up. I'd love to see your definitions. Twin? Hell, there couldn't be 2 of me could there?
Don said…
Cute. I look at them and ponder who came up with the algorithm to create them... There are better ways to generate the codes.....
Boom Boom Larew said…
Whabilin? I was going to see if he wanted to go see a movie.
nonamedufus said…
Don: They're such a pain. But I guess they're successful at blocking unwanted spam. Some of the words, though, are just hilarious.
nonamedufus said…
Boom Boom: Whabil's had one silly pop too many and is whabilin on his feet.
K A B L O O E Y said…
These are great! Every once in a while I get a run of really funny ones, but then comes a run of spookily pertinent others, which makes me get paranoid about the Word Verification Gremlins yet again. You should send these to me to put on my sidebar of Word Verification Sniglets:
http://www.kablooeyquest.com/p/word-verification-sniglets.html
No one ever sends any in, so I relegated it to a page, but it's nice to see you give them their due.
nonamedufus said…
KABLOOEY: Interesting that more people than I would have thought are into these weird words.
MILLSF!? Bwahahahaha! That was funny. I'm lovin' this series of posts! - G
nonamedufus said…
Georgina: THanks G. It's amazing how many blogs you have to visit before you collect some of these words that are useable. Every once and a while I set some aside until I have enough for a post.
Moooooog35 said…
Um, hello?

Millsf = Moms I'd Like to Lick Sweat From

Duh.

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