Thursday, November 30, 2006

Interstellar Joy

I thought I'd do my word cloud again, but I wasn't going to post it - until I saw that the new one includes the fantastic phrases 'big Billy biscuit' and 'interstellar joy'.

Interstellar joy.

I can't begin to imagine what it is, but I *really* want some.



What serendipitous phrases are in your word cloud?


16 comments:

Valerie said...

Interstellar joy sounds like a wonderful, if slightly ambitious, life goal.

I also like the pathos of "London lost" (especially for someone who has just somewhat inadvertently relocated to France).

Off my blog, I got "acrylic adventures", "blue burbles California" and "soft spoon." Nothing too inspirational. My web site, though, gave me the sibilant "short siblings sing soap."

Annie said...

That's beautiful. Mine are pretty boring, and make me think that I should include some more interesting words, like maybe dragonfruit or aardvark.

Though did get 'Objectionable old one' and 'Little London Love'.

Billy said...

Where can I get a big Billy biscuit from?

Mangonel said...

God good heh, Leather Life and Mean Meme!

What a lovely site!

patroclus said...

Ooh, it's like a random album title generator!

'Acrylic Adventures' is definitely a Pulp album waiting to happen.

'Objectionable Old One' is perhaps Cliff Richard's inevitable Christmas compilation.

'Big Billy Biscuit' is no doubt an anthology of Fall b-sides.

'Leather Life' is a long-lost Depeche Mode album from 1987.

'Interstellar Joy', meanwhile, is probably something terribly experimental by Stereolab.

Anonymous said...

I got 'complete crap cultural cyberspace'. Do you think it's trying to tell me something.

cello said...

Instellar joy is what you get from Rameau.

I can't have a word cloud but if I could I think it would have phrases like 'ecstatic elephant fuck' and 'television toast ululations'in it.

Anonymous said...

That was a nice site. I got "mental metaphor mother", "slightly smelly stargazer stuff" and "superlonian surgery".

patroclus said...

Taiga: you win hands down with 'slightly smelly stargazer stuff', which sounds like a pretty good description of patchouli oil.

Cello: I think you just invented the metablog. But isn't it time for you to get a real one? Also, I might listen to Rameau while in exile. Are there any particular, er, tracks that you recommend?

Realdoc: I like it. I just hope it's not telling you the results of my MA.

Dave again said...

I think I'm going to try to weave the phrase 'Interstellar joy' into a Christmas sermon. No-one will notice.

Del said...

Very nice. I got "Gems good guilty head" and "Jungle life like little London". What a lark!

mad muthas said...

completely confused content - kinda sums up both me and my blog

corin said...

I turned up "free frightening frost gods" and "objectionable one paragraph".

Very cool site.

Spinsterella said...

I did mine again and it's barely changed from the one I did back them - over a year ago.

Hmm. Even word clouds are telling me that my life isn't progressing much.

Marsha Klein said...

"Dangerous dark daughter" and "mean meeja mother" were two of mine that caught my eye.

Anonymous said...

"Good green happy hardhats" was about the only thing on Not 4'33".

The new blog had the particularly appropriate "brain broke" (currently being considered as a subtitle). Also, "least life like", and "wet wonderful words". I'm not sure about the wonderful bit, but any words I write in Falmouth seem likely to be wet. Roll on Summer. Then I can start whinging about the heat instead.