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A website that gives anonymous messages for you
Somebody should make a website
that you could (for a small fee) have
an anonymous, untraceble page on,
referenced only by a string of digits.
You would put a generic message on
there like "Don't park in handicapped
spots" or "Really, lose the mullet" or
"I'm sorry, I think I slept with
roommate." Then for an additional
fee, you'd buy a roll of stickers that
say "go to
6384642." You'd put them on the car
of everybody who parked in the
handicap spot, or on the door of the
trailer, or the pizza box you just
delivered. The recipients would go to
the site to get the message you wish
you had the cajones or time to say to
This would save the trouble of
finding pen and paper, and writing
out a note, not to mention the
embarassment of actually talking to
another living person. When a car
cuts you off on your bicycle, you
could reach over and put a sticker on
his car. then when he gets out and
finds it, he won't remember you, but
he'll go to the site where you've put
up the message "share the road,
jerky." along with the twenty other
screwballs you stickered on your way
This is my first contribution. I hope
you like it.
These might work too
[Klaatu, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]
||You can put paragraph breaks in by hitting
||enter twice. It makes it more readable, and then you're everybodies friend.
||It might work if you place the sticker and later post the message. Of course, that relies on them having the motivation to check back later if they get to a computer before you do.
||I'm afraid I'd assume it was SPAM and ignore it, but it would almost certainly become clique cliché with some people.
"Oh, he's SO 643345653."
||[Detly] - I'm surprised that people would have the motivation to check the message at all.
||I shouldn't let the rest of this roll of "I'm sorry, I think I slept with your roommate" stickers go to waste...
||It seems like a rather decent website gimmick to me. If you promote it enough so people know a string of numbers is a message, just shouting "Hey! 7438720926!" would have some people scrambling to log on and see what you "said".
While you're at it, have the site "decipher" any undesignated number combination, using markov chains, etc. People can enter any number, to see what pithy saying it produces. Since they'll no doubt type a lot of account numbers, phone numbers, etc., you might want to make it so those entries don't get stored. Or save them for an evil scheme. Whatever.
||.com/000000001 - "Ya stinkin Luddite, get with the times", would have to be top of the list, wouldnt it?
||Nah probably not. Good 1st posting too (+). My only complaint is www.anonymousmessenger.com/ 50447360
||Erm, could I have the digits for the 'roommate' message please? Thanks!
||you're right! we could get some
cliche numbers going that
everybody knows. that's hilarious.
||the advantage over printing a
thousand 'Your BO is horrendous'
stickers is the cost. it is relatively
cheap to print a million stickers
with 10,000 copies of serial
numbers, whereas it is fairly
expensive to print up the hundred
personalised stickers that you
would lose interest in.
||and if you get tired of alerting
people to their foul odors, you
could change your message later,
without needing to print new
||it's true most people would lack
the motivation to look up the site
(thinking its junk mail, sure). but
don't forget you'd probably be
pretty pissed/intrigued by a
sticker found on the finish of your
car or the back of your sweater.