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::flail::

So. There are these things called Spin-A-Longs.

(There are also Knit-A-Longs and Crochet-A-Longs and even Dye-A-Longs, but these are not causing me angina right this second.)

You have your favorite fiber crack dealer. They have a Ravelry group. They go 'Hey! Let's have a SAL!' Everyone else goes 'Yay!'. You go and buy a minimum 4oz chunk of themed fiber from their Etsy shop and are supposed to spin it up and post pictured to said rav group by a specific deadline. Winners get accolades and goodies from said crack dealer.

Guess which idiot is supposed to be spinning for THREE SALs right now? I mean it. RIGHT. NOW.

(Guess who also has a 8oz project on the wheel eating up all of her bobbins and has NOTHING to do with any of these SALs?)

I have one set done. It is the small and easy one. One is a 4oz set that requires some thought and another is a 8oz that, dude, I just do not know what I'm gonna do with.

AUGH!

::runs off in a panicked fit::

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Date: 2012-06-06 08:43 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
Wow, that example is atucioors. I'm more familiar with the Blogger ones, and despite the fact that Blogger is owned by Google (I think), the Blogger ones seem a lot easier. has an example of one near the top. The letters are much clearer and more distinct than in the example here. I hear that the Blogger audio-Captcha option also adds background noise, though, so it's not any better on that front.

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