Sunday, November 2, 2008

What Is Capcha Telling Me?

About 50% of the blogs that I regularly read and comment on have enabled the "capcha" mechanism in the comment section in order to prevent spam. Lately I've begun to see a weird pattern in the words I'm requested to type before my comment is published.

redneb - is it telling me I'm a redneck? Entirely possible, I come from a long line of red necks.

everabl - am I "ever able?" Or should I be "ever able?"

ginipin - Does this mean that I'm a "king Pin?" Really?!?! I nevah knew.

almett - almost? almost what exactly?

thwain - I've got nothing. Your guess is as good as mine.

torech - "to reach?" maybe? Reach what?!?

culti - culture or maybe coochie?

Are the interwebs trying to convince me that I'm a redneck ever able kingpin who is almost ready to reach culture? Do I have too much time on my hands? Maybe I should go back to school.

3 comments:

Patsy said...

I've noticed weird things about the words lately -- some have actually been words. I swear the other day I had the word *pants* and then at the very next comment verification I had *offer*. Now what could that be????

Glad some else pays attention to these things.

Oh, and for you the combination is *sestol* are you my sestol (sister)?

Stacie said...

i was going to do a post about this too...some of them make me giggle~

Matter Of Fact Mommy said...

at least they're really words now, indeed. or, they can be perceived as real words...

btw, on "torech", i thought "to wretch", like puke. is that how you spell w/retch?!