You know, I despise getting Spam just as much as everybody else (although it is pretty funny when you get “naughty” spam and just leave it up on your screen — hey, oh! Why…is that…no…Ow! Dude… — its not your fault, its Spam!) but I do rather enjoy some of the subject titles that are generated by their random algorithms. Here’s a sample just from the past couple of days:
you need some rest while having sex, looser
be healthy don’t live silly life man
remoteexception exception, the wizard includes this exception for you
zimbabwean mr. odinga praises ougadougou agreement
visual components are generally more complex
The Definition of tridecennary
Bush Strips Libby of Nickname
I mean, that’s funny stuff. I think “Flapjack Earmuffs” should be the name of a band. I’d buy their record, because I’m not a “looser”, I like to be “healthy and not live silly life, man”. But maybe that’s just my “feet reply”ing, I’m not sure. I am sure, however, that the remoteexception exception is excepted because the wizard includes this exception for me. The Zimbabwean, Mr. Odinga, praised the Ougadougou Agreement which includes the remoteexception exception provision, although he did criticize its name as “sounding like something George Lucas would come up with”.
Then again, George Lucas would tell you visual components are generally more complex, so goofy names balance everything out. That my friends, is the definition of tridecennary. Not knowing what this word means, I consulted Wiktionary, and it told me tridecennary is an obsolete word that used to mean “of or pertaining to the number thirteen”. However, there ARE thirteen words in the full titles of the original three Star Wars movies (Star Wars: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return Of The Jedi), and that is, indeed, the very definition of tridecennary.