An early sample of code. The following lines of code allows the user to mutate a sentence by clicking on its fragments, resulting in a humorous "exquisite corpse" (ala the surrealists) of words.

Special thanks to Vivek Jain!


The following is the code used to develop the above sentence:

iams = [
["That the human mind is", "Grandma says the fact that I am", "That blind faith is", " That modern day human children are", "That money is", "That rainbow unicorns are"],
["unable to", "destined to", "encouraged to", "blackmailed to"],
["correlate", "unconditionally love", "tear apart", "steal from babies", "eat"],
["its contents", "the world", "vanilla ice-cream", "nothing", "two cows"],
["is quite possibly", "society agrees is", "has been ruled by the Supreme Court of the United States to be", "is damned by Steve Jobs to be"],
["the most merciful thing in the world.", "deserving of being translated by Google Translate into Korean and back", "cause for San Francisco to celebrate.", "reason to be fed to a school of piranhas"],
["-H.P. Lovecraft", "-George Washington", "-Anonymous", "-Bender", "-Yo Mama"]
nextIams = [1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1];

function next(num) {
document.getElementById("iam" + num).innerHTML = iams[num][(nextIams[num]++) % iams[num].length];

window.onload = function() {
for (var i = 0; i < iams.length; i++) {
document.getElementById("iam-container").innerHTML += ' <a id = "iam' + i + '" onclick = "next(' + i + ')">' + iams[i][0] + '</a>';

<div id="iam-container"></div>