I don't require my followers to enter a password every time they leave a comment. That doesn't mean it irritates me when I have to enter a password on other blogs - I don't mind it at all. In fact, I enjoy typing in the nonsense words in order to let my comment show up.
To make typing passwords more fun, I think of definitions for the incredibly abstract words. For example...
Ruccoli: The first name given to the vegetable broccoli. The name didn't stick, because "rucc" (pronounced like "rook") sounds like puke, as if the taste wasn't enough.
Coino: What American tourists visiting in Mexico say when wanting change for their money. "Coin-o please. Do I get a coino back??"
Lizes: The plural form of Liza. When too many Liza Minnelli's are in a room, one might say, "Gawd, I love seeing all the Lizes together again!"
Sewatedu: Like my sister's blog, "See What We Did Today" (check her out) - sewatedu is what's formed when "See what to do" is said too quickly.
Wamicarc: On the popular game show "Press Your Luck," contestants would often shout, "NO WHAMMIES!" When they did land on a whammy, they would grumble "Wamicarc!"
Suahos: A Native American term for a slutty girls.
There you have it - my definitions for all the ridiculous words I have to enter in order to comment on a blog post. Again, I'm not complaining...it's given me something to blog about.