Thursday, January 06, 2011

Verifiably nutty - Part 2

A couple of years ago I posted a list of word verification examples that had amused me, along with possible definitions for those randomly generated "non-words." I've recently filled up another 3x3 Post-It note with funny ones.  Here are the best of them:

1.  uniqu -- one of a kind; unusual, such as an odd spelling of a common word
2.  coxem -- bombard 'em with mail-out solicitations for your cable service
3.  kroeladi -- woman who is known for keeping company with large, black birds
4.  oueltim -- from the past, as in, "Gimme that oueltim religion."
5.  koodies -- what little boys think little girls have
6.  cowson -- bull calf
7.  esmor -- plenty, as in, "Eat up, esmor enchiladas."
8.  nomor -- all gone
9.  pridatac -- full of oneself
10. ungurlie -- masculine
11. refulit -- what to do when one's car runs out of gas
12. puredic -- a) male virgin; b) totally despicable man
13. sockalip -- what to do when one is goaded by a smart aleck
14. ullogi -- words said about the deceased at a fewnarull
15. retsub -- R-E-T-S-U-B. . .B-U-S-T-E-R -- Buster? Buster, is that you writing these things?

9 comments:

  1. Some of those are brilliant. All of them made me laugh. And yes, you're nutty. That's why I love you!

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  2. P.S. Here's one I just got:

    flymoh -- What you do on a connecting flight. "I'll have to change planes in Dallas and flymoh."

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  3. Heh heh, Bluffroadglass, I think you inherited that gene.

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  4. I love it when you do the word verification definitions!

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  5. I'm always amazed when they seem to have something to do with the blog I just read. On some of the beady blogs I read, I've seen things like "glassi" and "beadz" and "stringen"

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  6. Very clever. I enjoyed reading these. Have you ever read the Devil's Dictionary?

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  7. Janet, that's because you love words as much as I do.

    Holly, I hadn't noticed that happening, but I'll pay closer attention now.

    Alison, I haven't read the Devil's Dictionary. I'll check it out.

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  8. This is great! Some of the word verifications I've got just make me shake my head!! I believe I am going to make me a list just like yours...

    The word verification for this post is....fiestah! heh,heh

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  9. Marion, I hope you will compile your own list. I'm sure some good ones are slipping away, never to be explored, as I write this.

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