Saturday, March 21

wha?!

so i was just leaving a comment on a fellow blogger's blog when i thought to myself, "these decoder things are so silly". first off, i know its not a decoder, but a word verification. secondly, it's not like you are figuring out a mystery or a clue so why do they make them all wavy? its not like it makes it harder to figure out! i know that everyone gets them and that usually the letter combinations don't make sense, but mine usually end up saying something funny. for example. the one that i just received on larissa's blog was "phinger". i had one a little while ago that was "propling". anyways, this is just a little something that usually puts a smile on my face, and if im really lucky, sometimes even makes me laugh!

4 comments:

Kersey and Preston said...

I also enjoy the ones that make funny sounding made up words. I HATE however, the ones that are "X9OkHml5"! I once complained about these verification words and Preston explained it to me. The reason is its a security/virus protector. When hackers make hacking systems the system does the work, not the hacker and the system is stupid. It can't read the word and duplicate it. So the hackers are to blame. 1. for being hackers and not having a real life. and 2. for building a faulty hacking system that can't even hack! By the way, my word for this one is scahners. Nice.

lisa said...

darn hackers! speaking of funny words, did you notice the title of your last post? i didnt realize that it said stuggles instead of stRuggles until just a minute ago. that too made me smile!

Kersey and Preston said...

haha! oh man! they should hire me to come up with the funny sounding fake words!

Carrie said...

Funny you say that anyone can do them, because Tami has a blog, and Jamie left a comment on it one time saying that she couldn't pass the stupid word verification thing, even after she tried the handicapped one! Haha..oh my sister, she's hillarious! So, they are virus/Jamie protectors! My word here is 'flacent'.