The logs show that lots of other people have been playing with it: Obviously it’s almost entirely been used for (a) replacing random words with “porn” (b) replacing people’s names with insults/slander (e.g. “Bush” => “lamebrain”, “W3C” => “HOMOSEXUAL ELITE”) and (c) changing people’s names to “Osama Bin Laden” or “the Pope”. Having said that, there have been intriguing moments of cutesy condescension, wishful thinking and satire too subtle to spot. But, dammit, it’s not enough!
Come on, people, make it good. Post your favourites as comments to this entry. Here’s the form again with a different opening salvo:
Note: A new feature is that the filter can now take multiple arguments for the target and replacement, as long as you give equal numbers of each. You’ll need to hack the URL to add multiple instances of the
r arguments, like so:
So you can go even wilder now, but remember that the skill is in having the greatest effect with the fewest replacements.