Occasionally those odd gobbledygook spam emails you get with a string of apparently random (and frequently bizarre) words actually come close to making a bit of sense.
I received this one yesterday and it came out like a sort of spam haiku, or one of the lost teachings of Lao Tzu (or at least Caine)
"good ku Pictures attempt flow
feel grasshopper certain become lock radio impossibility trouble seven cause board crowd hill"
Coincidentally, just after receiving that, I came across the website A Spam A Day which takes these spam emails and has fun illustrating them with a cartoon...
(© 2008 özi)
And in the meantime here's some more stuff from Yamamoto Masao whose good ku pictures do indeed attempt flow...