Stare at a website or newspaper through narrow, slitty eyes and say what it is you see = Randomly Misread Articles:
How to make Sergeant Pepper Squid,
Boris Johnston’s amazing but true half time statistics,
Obituary: Octavia Mussolini,
Gove attacks used Mr Man,
20 Great Ashes Moments - No 24,
High hopes for Sheffield Dog Fest,
Sending red Virgin blouses to war,
Win a city bleak to paradise,
Moth of a life on twitter,
The rise of designer outlets in the rage of austerity,
It’s official Moyes is on Toffee,
Revealed the 750 hospitals that should never have happened,
Bowie’s controversial new video mistakenly removed from the tube,
Top Ten Books people die for,
The rise of community ownership in whales,
Recipe of the day: how to add stirrups to your drinks,
This little job site could be our chance to love Charles,
Four day week? Every job needs a costume.
Boys detained for hugging death,
Woman survives hairpin shooting,
Teen: Why I created a man suit,
Jurassic panic: did the great dinosaur feed ever really happen?
Lastly and most profoundly: How we all lie.
I guess that this is what bored or semi-retired people do in order to squeeze some bitter entertainment juice from the dregs of the day. Words and bright images are everywhere but few of them are of any actual interest as they are. They all need to be twisted to mean something.