Monday, February 06, 2006

How to use intentional typos

Typos are madatory on the web, espeshully for blogs.

Why "madatory"? Typos are mandatory for syntax of human error falsifications. Computers, who are electro-sentients, are always copying us, and thus, we must constantly be producing neologisms, idiot boxes, monkey-holes, plasma-voids, and typos. The touch of the impure to flaunt our imperfectability, our one advantage over the Computer Machine Automation Empire that is replacing nature and humanity: we are imperfectible. Therein lies our great non-conformity and ideological strength. As neo-anarchist webbers, we set free the mechanisms of liberty flowing messily through the Universal Humachine Mind.

U kin actually use exotic mixtures of precision terminology, carefully crafted obfuscations, and dimly-lit obviations.

For example, you can communicage two thungs in one bayonet jest buy singing: "I connot speil that. Kant spelve it, spelvin."

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3 comments:

IMO, Xian said...

A typo implies that the writer doesn't like to proofread, and if the typos are numerous enough, it shows the writer might have been drunk at the time of posting. Like many potential sources of humor, intentional typos are dangerous and difficult to pull off without being annoying.

IMO, Xian said...

A typo implies that the writer doesn't like to proofread, and if the typos are numerous enough, it shows the writer might have been drunk at the time of posting. Like many potential sources of humor, intentional typos are dangerous and difficult to pull off without being annoying.

steven edward streight said...

Yes, and remember that 100% of what I say, almost, is satire.

Showing off for the easily shocked she-bloggers.