Ha!I thought you'd like.Hair, haircut, PhD.Priceless!!!T-shirt?
Randomness, truth be thy name!I dug this.
What's funnier to me is the prominence of the word 'haircut'. Somehow I do see how you would find the random selection and placing as, well, relevant.I laughed too.Mary
I take delight in the fact that words like 'hair' and 'library' are high-frequency. :)
I did one of these for Bunsnip.com, and mine had a bunch of vagaries like "people" and "things". I'm just glad "stuff" and "like" weren't on there.On the other hand, according to this website, the reading level of Bunsnip is "college (postgrad)". So, you know, I might use big words every now and then.
Ditto on the post grad thing.
I'm trying to decide what's funnier, the fact that the program lists the word 'Haircut' in all its big, bold glory, or that it's actually a random reading of your blog. And the fact that I know you in person as well as a blogger makes this somehow funnier. What, program, "Lit Crit" "review" and "gender" were taken?Ha. I agree with JJ. T-shirt.
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