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Monday, 26 January 2009

Best-Ever Word Verification



I was replying to Pam's post about coconut couscous when I got the best word verification I've ever seen:



How cool is that?

I've had real words a couple of times before but they've been obscure things like anion. Maybe they're incorporating the adsense mindreading technology into word verification now. It would spoil the games.

Oh, and I was at the doctor's this morning - I've been told to rest for the rest of the week. Again. (If I'm not magically fixed by next Monday I have to have blood tests.) Anyone want to open a book on how far I'll get through SATC?

12 comments:

Kazzy said...

Cool word verifier! So sorry that you have felt yucky. I wake up every single day with a sinus headache. Ugh. Antibiotics just not working. I wonder if there is such thing as a sinus transplant...

Chris said...

Darn! I'm sorry you're battling such a nasty bug. I hope you're able to enjoy (as much as possible) the doctor's orders of rest. I'd kill for such orders right now. Rest.

Debbie said...

I got "hooker" on a word verification last week. I wish I could remember which blog so I could be mad at that person.

Lynda said...

I'm sorry to hear that you're still not well - get better soon ! How funny about the word verification you had today ! I often get interesting words too, maybe I should start keeping a record of them. The other day I had a Kiswahili word that is actually used in everyday language, can't remember what it was now though !

Amy Lane said...

Hiya, Rachel-- thanks for stopping by!

Pam said...

I'm sorry you're still feeling bad! That is the best verification! I don't think I've ever gotten a real word.

Rachel Cotterill said...

Kazzy - oh, poor you, that's not nice. Hope you're better soon - look into those transplants :)

Chris - being told to stay in bed always sounds better than it is, though. And it generally means you're ill, which means you can't enjoy it, sadly - if you'll take the virus from me, you can have the bed rest with pleasure!

Debbie - oh no! One little letter makes all the difference between cool and, well, not-so-cool

Lynda - it would be really interesting to see what Kiswahili words come up!

Amy - thanks for visiting.

Pam - I thought it was highly appropriate :)

Jeanne said...

Sorry to hear you're still not completely fit. Take care!

Chef E said...

I actually wrote one of my first blogs about this very subject, word verificationhttp://cookappeal.blogspot.com/2008/11/what-kind-of-day-is-it.html, but only one response got my sense of humor...I usually look and tell the person if I find it unique, but it bugs me that I have to do that, and forget...

and her heart it is in ireland said...

Thanks for stopping by, that is a fabulous word verification, I've never gotten one that good! Definitely adding you to my reader :) And hope you are enjoying SATC! I <3 it!

and her heart it is in ireland said...

Thanks for stopping by :) Love your blog, and that is the best word verification! I'm adding you to my reader!

veggie belly said...

mind reading technology, lol!!

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