I have to ask. Have you ever given any thought to the word verification letters that appear when you comment on a blog? You can tell me. Logically, I realize that these verification letters are randomly, computer generated. But the bizarre thing is sometimes the letters form words at the most appropriate moments.
Note: It will be of no surprise to anyone in my home that something so random would peak my interest, but if you are scared, stop reading now.
Example. A few weeks ago, my youngest daughter and I were having a heated discussion regarding her ripped jean skirt from Abercrombie and Fitch, appropriately priced at around $6000.00. I explained my thoughts on the lack of length, she screamed hers back in return. At the time of our debate, I had been visiting the lovely Spain Daily and I was happy. Not so much now. I was trying to shake it off and get back to Spain when I noticed the word verification for my comment was waiting for me to type and post. The letters were stopma. Huh? Stopma. As in Stop Ma, this skirts is fine? Random letters, right? Had to be.
On I went to another favorite blog, the yummy StyleRedux. The beautiful images made me smile again, but the word verification caused a different reaction: dropitol. Yikes! Drop it all? What normally seemed like eight random letters was now freaking me out! Was this word verif sequence a message from above-and not as in upstairs in my house. Does Ma need to stop and drop it all? Maybe the piece of material masquerading as a skirt was not that awful? Should I lighten up? Was this a coincidence? Who is really picking these letters?
Since that day I have paid special attention to what comes across my screen. No more blatant messages, but it has been interesting all the same. Some letters make recognizable words. Socket, quest, state. Others, though not actual words in English, still get the point across: xsessess, chyper, woriess, pityu, enabl, or beachhous. Ok, I admit I made the last one up as a subliminal message to my husband, but the rest are as they appeared. And many, while not words at all, really should be: pristina, lazeday, maybso and lessalgo. I could find a use for them. Here is a good sentence: "That girl was a total pristina in her horrid Abercrombie skirt". Go figure. The word verification system has helped me with my daughter and expanded my vocabulary.
Blogging clearly is a great use of my time.
As for the message from above theory, who can ever know for sure. But something is up. In the past two weeks alone I have seen: scrouued, asshi, hinee, forted, belchr, imagopoop, spastec, bressed, and my very favorite, morawn, Which makes one thing clear. If there is a random letter God spewing messages from above, he is a twelve year old boy...or Southern.