Weekend competition

subito constitit ante eltum tegumentum ferreum corporis tam occupatus fuerat in effugiendo e biblioghecca ut non animadvertisset quo iret. fortisan quod tenedbrae erant, haudquaquam agnovit ubi esset sciebat tegumentum ferreum corporis esse prope culina, sed debebat eesse quinque tabulatis altior illis.

Where does this paragraph come from? (And warning, I may have mistranscribed something above. I’m not being paid to work here so you’ll have to cope.)

As usual the prize is a Mercedes Sports of the Troppo editorial board’s choosing (I’ll be proposing to the board that you can have the one Ken’s driving). In addition, the winner will be flown first class to London to receive his Mercedes sports in an awards ceremony from the UK’s latest  Tony Blair clone, smooth new PM David Cameron.

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Woulfe
Woulfe
11 years ago
Woulfe
Woulfe
11 years ago

Nope. Not Lorem Ipsum.

I’m more your Karmann Ghia type anyway.

Don Arthur
Don Arthur(@don-arthur)
11 years ago

For a brief moment I thought it may have come from here.

But if that was the source, it would have had capitals letters at the beginning on each sentence.

So I’m stumped.

Tony
11 years ago

You should have written it like a Roman: all capitals, no punctuation, no gaps between words.

Don Arthur
Don Arthur(@don-arthur)
11 years ago

Is it time for a clue?

Richard Tsukamasa Green
Richard Tsukamasa Green(@richard-green)
11 years ago

Is it Harry Potter in translation, being used as a learning text?

Richard Tsukamasa Green
Richard Tsukamasa Green(@richard-green)
11 years ago

Usually a shiny prize is wonderful, but in this case it’s David Cameron who is shining disconcertingly.

Richard Tsukamasa Green
Richard Tsukamasa Green(@richard-green)
11 years ago

I’m not relishing the thought of two trips to the third world in a month though