For example ... ovalizin. I know it's so close to "ovalizing" it's not even funny ... so why? Why no "g?" Perhaps the robots that generated the CAPTCHA phrase were messing with the Grammar Police of the world, using the colloquial and slang jargon to throw them off their high horses. Or maybe--just maybe--it's the cleverest reinforcement of the Three Rules ever.
Think about it. What's something robots struggle with all the time? If you've ever used a computer, you know the answer: errors. Robots and other machines can't stand errors. So could a robot, even an internet bot, force itself to enter "ovalizin" and skip that vital "g?" Or would its head explode?
I like to believe its the latter. I also like to believe that an entire post not related to poetry, not related to the craft of constructing clever or witty or profound verse, a post written out of a desire to write but not out of a desire to write about anything particularly worthwhile or clever or witty or profound, can be worthwhile, or clever, or witty, or, yes, even profound.
... But probably not.