Tuesday, November 22, 2011
In which I tell you about a random website, and you waste time typing a hundred or more words
I'm sorry, what is this website about, again? I get a kitten every time I get to a hundred words? This sounds worthy of an investigation. So I am typing right on through here, and am about a third of a way to a kitten already... what type of kitten is this anyways, Written? Kitten!? I'm wondering if it's a real picture of a cat, or what? Or a little animated kitten like that stupid paperclip that used to pop up and ask if I needed any help from way back in MS Office, circa 1996? (Since I specifically remember that ridiculous thing showing up during a particularly taxing English paper Junior year.) Question answered - it is a picture of a cat (or in my case, the back of a cat), from what I assume is some random site on the internets. I am going to keep typing, however and get to the next hundred, just to double check that it results in a kitten picture every time. Let's see... it just occurred to me that this would be a time where using the phrase "here kitty, kitty" would actually be appropriate, and, when you're typing, those occasions do not occur often, (Just FYI - it was another picture of the same kitten, only this time I got to see its face.) Also? you can adjust the word count that you want to reach (100, 200, 500, 1000), which might have come in handy back when I was typing up those ridiculous papers. Although: Fair Warning, the site tells you copy and paste often, because it doesn't automatically save your work. Which would be a major drawback for me, because I often forget to to save things until right after they crash, and I am left starting over again, but if you are smarter than me (Oooh: new kitten. Also cute: It's got a little freckle on it's nose!), or more obsessed with kittens, then you might want to check it out. The address is writtenkitten.net/# Enjoy!