For the down-low on Dadaism, get the wikipedia notes here.
This experimental ‘antiverse’ uses selected phrases from spam comments garnered from my foodblog.
Amison walked exactness
Kill one knife sheath
tonight gone off
your neck and bunnies
dark cord that eyes flicked
his smile noise grew and stared
told her you inside
but ignorance slid
slip house and were clay
crouched imps beware
slit eyes was hoping
everything became water
i remember we, as in the Vuvus played a very similar game in Mpumalanga. One person had to write a phrase, fold the page so that it is not visible then passed onto the next person to write another phrase and so on. whereupon the last person reads the entire paragraph once they have written their sentence. such fun!
PS: Only a group of journos/writers would so enjoy that. some might see us as so pathetic. tee hee…
@Steve Hayes I’ve seen those generators. The results are pretty wild. I’ve seen exercises where one cuts up poems and rearranges them. Thanks for dropping by.
Perhaps you could write a program to generate that kind of stuff.
I think there’s a postmodernism generator somewhere on the web.
True that 😉
Thanks for being a pal Paras.
We can find meaning in anything, even when there is none to be had. The fanciful pareidolia of an artists intent, when really its a big WTF.