I am really curious about what kind of method is being used to generate these long chunks of curious nonsense. Do they just run through the dictionary looking for rarely used words - if so, how do they define 'rarely'. I'm sure it's a script of some sort, if for no other reason that they're all spelled correctly.
I'm sure it's nothing special compared to the majority, but this particular set of words has a number of entertaining triplets. Not just the world-weary complaint of the high school literature student in the subject line, but gems like:
- asocial alcoholic drudgery - does this mean it isn't a script, and some poor person is being paid pennies an hour to painstakingly cull unusual words from Websters?
- intricate bradley collusion - something to do with tanks?
- evangelic crispin contributory - Mr. Glover, having had an epiphany, donates the receipts from Willard to the Starving Nuns and Orphans fund?
- advocate albanian laughter - ah, if our friends to the east would only lighten up!
I could go on... it's like seeing shapes in a fire, or hearing voices in white noise radio static. The human brain's ability to impose pattern is a fine and entertaining thing...