I'm kind of in a bad mood today and we are snowed in, so I find myself stewing about all the things that are irritating me. It's the kind of day where I'm torn between counting my blessings that we have heat and a roof over our head as the blizzard rages outside or yelling at the refrigerator because it still insists on being a side-by-side. Cory is currently stranded in Missouri due to flight cancellations on account of the weather, so the only thing sparing us from utter ruin right now are the 6 episodes of Duck Dynasty currently stored on our DVR and a box of girl scout cookies. Hmm...I'm actually feeling better already.
But before I get too crazy seeing silver linings and stuff I feel compelled to air my grievances about word verifications these days. Is it just me or are they getting increasingly complicated? I understand the whole "prove you're not a robot" concept, but proving you're not a robot is one thing; it's quite another to eat a can of Alpha-Bet soup only to poop it out and ask me to decipher the letters. Is it that critical to prove myself? 'Cuz if it is, I think I have a few other strategies.
Take RoboCop for example.
I am nothing like him. For one thing, he has probably seen the movie. In addition, he was a "HE", and I am a "SHE". What, you want me to prove I'm a woman? Fine, once 20 years ago Cory told me I had that "outdoor smell" when I was giving him a hug and I have never forgotten it. Boom.
Next, R2D2 is probably one of the most well known robots that has influenced many generations.
But guess what? I AM NOT HIM. I've never had a flashlight for an eyeball and haven't walked like that since my hysterectomy. I've also never spoken in bleeps so I can understand if you get R2 confused with Jersey Shore, but not me. Also, this robot is really popular and I...have a really sweet spirit. Let's just say nobody has ever tried to turn my physique into a camping chair...
OR A SLUTTY TANK TOP...
OR A COOKIE JAR. Although, genius.
It hardly seems fair to discuss R2D2 without mentioning his indispensable sidekick, C3PO.
This is a trick example though, because everyone knows C3PO wasn't a robot he was a DROID. Geez man, don't you know anything? Proof that I am DEFINITELY not a robot but possibly a droid:
Listen, just because people fall asleep while watching me too doesn't mean WALL*E and I share the same DNA. Obviously, because robots don't have DNA and I do. *I* DO! There it is boys and girls, I am not a robot.
Perhaps I should have lead with the DNA argument.