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Random Humorous Typo Generator

Look for near-misses on common words
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'Elves' to 'Elvis', rabbits to rabbis, etc etc etc. Essentially searches through a large database of humorous words and names looking for single-character differences.
Corona688, Dec 10 2002

Typo from Hell http://www.laughs.c.../Laughs/LOTD138.htm
[Amos Kito, Oct 04 2004]

The Lost Consonant (1) http://www.john-nix...lost-consonants.htm
A quick introduction [PeterSilly, Oct 04 2004]

The Lost Consonant (2) http://www.grahamrawle.com/series.html
From the man himself. [PeterSilly, Oct 04 2004]


       Baking this idea as I speak... need a large database of humorous words and names now.
Corona688, Dec 11 2002

       You'll probably want to match parts of speech so the resulting typo will still work as a sentence. Nouns for nouns, verbs for verbs and so on.
krelnik, Dec 11 2002

       A great link [AK].
bristolz, Dec 11 2002

       A guy called Graham Rawle did a series of drawings for the Guardian (aka the Grauniad) entitled "The Lost Consonant". Very similar idea. Some links will be poted.
PeterSilly, Dec 11 2002

angel, Dec 11 2002

       Yep - fitted in line with the annoation.
PeterSilly, Dec 11 2002

       most certainly pissable.
po, Dec 11 2002

       *poins and lauffs at awl the myspellurs*
Pharaoh Mobius, Dec 11 2002

       We did something like this before, but I can't find it now. Might have been [blissmiss]'s...
phoenix, Dec 11 2002

       Anyone whose used ass peach recognition program nose this is baked.
n-pearson, Aug 19 2003


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