What is Word Salad?

Word salad is a mixture of random words that, while arranged in phrases that appear to give them meaning, actually carry no significance. The words may or may not be grammatically correct, but the meaning is hopelessly confused.”- Wikipedia

So, maybe life is made up of a lot of things that sort of make sense. But put all together, they don’t really make any sense. But that’s fine, because sometimes, things don’t have to make sense. Sometimes, I can just be. Simply be.

So Word Salad is a place where it doesn’t matter if the words match up, because they mean something to me.

Octopus doctors fly at midnight downriver.

  1. Love the name of your blog!

  2. Hey! I read some of you blog! this is really awesome

  3. hee hee. reminds me of my refrigerator magnets. Got some from my local recycling company. They’re a bunch of ‘green’ word magnets and you can arrange them to make different sentences. one that’s been up on my fridge forever is “Recycle your green dinosaur children”. love it.

  4. Yes but alligator doctors only fly at dusk uplake

  5. I speak fluent word salad, unfortunately it’s my first language.

  6. if you ever want to come up with a totally original new concept, just enjoy the fabulous tool of word salad.. eg
    you want a new idea for your next grafitti masterpiece, the idea in your head is influenced by all that other stuff you already saw, so it isnt original.. then
    Russian cornflake yesterday trafficlight bungle

    yep you just had an original idea


  7. The name of your blog brought me here – I’m a psychology graduate and I remember loving the idea of a word salad. I’m also a writer, so it’s always fun to see what other people are doing. Consider yourself followed (make that as sinister as you like).

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