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Friday, 30 March 2007

Predictive Txt and Its Many Wonders

Well, I’ve decided to compile a list of nonsensical words created by typing an existing word into a mobile phone using its predictive txt function. I have discovered the following amusing alternatives to real locations in England:

  • Crafemse — Bradford
  • Sheddidle — Sheffield

More as I hap upon them.


So I took a test supposedly measuring my Emo qualities, and it gave this as my result:

“You’re not the emo–est of quiz–takers, but you lean in an emo direction. You feel angry and passionate on a regular basis, but you also have an easygoing side that keeps you grounded. You’re naturally introspective, but you’re not compelled to analyze every detail of your life — sometimes you’d rather shrug your shoulders and get on with the day. You understand why your emo friends seem so sensitive, but you also get why that drives your non–emo friends crazy. You’re the happy medium of emo–ness!”

You know something, that doesn’t sound too bad at all. And I’d even go so far as to call it accurate on a fair few of the points. Except that I don’t have any ‘emo’ friends of which I know…


No, not the World Taekwondo Federation. I simply wonder how I ended up with 3 blogs in various places. I use one currently over at (Kodanshi's Tiny Maps To Heaven) and I think I’ll stick with that one at the moment. I simply joined this in order to post a comment on someone else’s blog — a little ridiculous and an unnecessarily extreme measure in order to tell someone you like an article they wrote…

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