Friday, January 30, 2009

Word Verifications!

We all know about them, We all sometimes try to pronounce them and think of funny meanings in some lesser known language. They can sound funny, intriguing and also a bit rude. When you read them out loud they often take on a new meaning you had not thought of. If you are a speaker of more than one language you can have even more fun with them, but I won't demand any Swedish knowledge from my readers, not this time at least. But languages are fun!

I have collected these for some time and will now share some of them with you. You might need some imagination, like separating a word into two, skipping a sound or two and possibly mispronounce a word slightly.

Word Verifications

mentickl (and women don’t?)

handinis (Italian for little hands?)

comeal (when you actually eat together?)

ghstlamp (a spooky lamp without the O-factor?)

rimetr ( per rimetr fence?)

irandy ( sex-deprived Iranian man?)

witiose (how good/funny is he? a real witiose!)

esses (how many esses are there in esses?)

prictai (one of those naughty men who travel to the Far East for under-age sex?)

sockwuhl (is that some special wool for socks?)

tragism (the new word for tragedy?)

plizer (a really cool guy who plizzzes women?)

ainel (alternative spelling not to get unwanted blog visitors?)

comanest (a teenager's bed!)

amici (a proper Italian word!)


traveler one said...

Hahahaha! I LOVE these! I always read those words outloud and try to see if they might mean something.
Yours are fantastic!

swenglishexpat said...

T1 - Thank you. It adds a lot of fun to commenting!

janeywan said...

Lol, I really love the ones that have backround stuff with lines through them. Don't they know old people have a hard enough time seeing.
My word verification below is flursted. Yes indeed I'm flursted.

Veronica said...

Love them! my word is crins, but I'm not crins-ing, I'm enjoying ;-) Do you think there is someone inside there creating these verification words? Hmmm

swenglishexpat said...

Janey - You are right, sometimes they are impossible to read!
Veronica - If there was someone in there I would like to get inside that person's head and examine it!

LadyFi said...

Hilarious! Comanest is a classic!

Here's to next time, my little nuchin (my word verification for toda)...

swenglishexpat said...

LadyFi - Glad you appreciated them. Sometimes they are too good to be true. :-)

CanadianSwiss said...

These are really funny. I noticed that lately, Blogger started using word verifs that really look/read like "real" words instead of a bunch of "meaningless" letters. Mine is now "consi"

swenglishexpat said...

CS - So you think there is a little person sitting in there making up near-words? ;-) Ha ha ha