I like words....just ask my honey. He's making one of those "blabby" signs with his hand as I type this!
A lot of bloggers have those word verification settings. It is supposed to tell if we are a real person or a machine, I think. When I leave a comment and am asked to type the word in as it appears, what do I do? I sound out the word as I type. Like it's a real word-----Not.
Then I noticed recently that I started making up meanings in my head for the words. Here are some examples of actual verification words and my made-up meanings --
scrorede: past tense use, hurried skating. "He scrorede to his friends house yesterday."
purphaph: uber-phaph, urban slang - awesome, rad or sweet. "Dude, your skates are purphaph!"
nonnidym: root word from Chinese river Nonni, meaning fast flowing. "Dude your purphaph skates are nonnidym!"
emberner: ever since. "Dude! Emberner I saw how nonnidym your purphaph skate scrorede to my house, I want a pair."
Trust me, I AM a real person. However, I might need tescobey: extreme intense therapy. "Dudette, you need some serious tescobey." Am I alone here, or does anyone else try to sound out these words?