on Apr 11, 2011
So there’s this website that will look at your Twitter history, tear your sentences apart, and try to assemble new messages out of them. Often as not it generates nonsense, which is where the fun comes from. Everyone was tweeting these things today. I didn’t want to spew out gibberish at confused readers, so I collected a few of my favorites and put them here.
All of these were generated from things said in my Twitter feed:
Volcano Bakemeat. Id shelved Stolen Pixels: some Mario Cart with it hit home.
I’ll high-five you after all, though not even links to say. Goodbye I’m not even there! Go Dan!
Mumbles has watched the mind that will infect you. Thanks for Cerberus. Just finished Visceral Games?
Feel guilty selling these shiny new trailer just listen to do my stores are outraged and she has fallen.
Also: To the calendar says, spring but says home and Graham Stark on the previous dis to tell anybody if?
FIFTEEN PAGES of white-hot agony. Even sitting next to do Spoiler Warning!
Had to get more traffic before 9am than you ever wanted to tell anybody if you have.
Also, breakfast is screwed. Japan has a new combat.
Sitting in the Spoiler Warning!
Reading tweets about guys who votes Nintendo anyway. I can help voting for breakfast?
Convention is trending topic.All its authenticity has fallen. Kids have truly outdone themselves.
That is currently down, but COME ON. Grrr. New Spoiler Warning season should bunny-hop less in winter it.
The process procrastinating”. Reading tweets about to spammers provoked a commando to the tilt of you!
Windows Live on Facebook in the tension would be empty reward schedules.
And finally– PAX East, 2011: Saturday! Friday Home again, here where I can’t wait to Guild Wars 2.
If you’re stabbed or play M:TG I have just sunk like this pacing and trash talk, it’s winter it can argue?
Kids are a second language. And more interesting than you will never stop playing to build my new game.
Kids are far worse sins than these. Time to be at watching play M:TG I like that!
I have spoken.
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