Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Word Verificicationalism

This is the most hard to read word verification that I have ever seen.

Repeat after me - "Mwrhwmur".

It does rather look like it could be a Welsh village name. Or perhaps an alternative child's name ie. 'Mwrhwmur King'. Perhaps not. Does anyone have any memorable experiences with other verificational jumbled word clusters?

5 Comments:

Anonymous Daniel said...

mwrhwmur. Use it in a sentence, please.

1:42 PM  
Blogger Andy Michael said...

Jonathan was mwrhwmur that morning. Even though he had eaten his breakfast.


Beat THAT somebody!

1:56 PM  
Anonymous Daniel said...

Jack, a baby who was use to getting whatever he wanted, decided that he did not have enough poridge. He said to his father, who was either homosexual or British, "mwrhmur." Hearing this the father refilled his porridge.

2:39 PM  
Blogger Luke said...

"By the beard of Mwrhmur, I will strike you down, foolish mortal!"

7:06 AM  
Anonymous needs xanax said...

hmmm... King mwrhmur, or Mwrhmur King? What are you trying to say Welshy?

7:46 PM  

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