Samuel L. Ipsum Gives You Motherf*cking Placeholder Text, Motherf*cker!

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Traditionally, designers fill their text boxes with dummy latin phrases—the famous Lorem Ipsum, written in 45 BC. But why use some classical Latin numbnuttiness by Cicero when you can use some Samuel L. motherf*cking Jackson?


This page allows you to create dummy Samuel L. Ipsum text for all your design needs. Gems like:

Uuummmm, this is a tasty burger!

Well, the way they make shows is, they make one show. That show's called a pilot. Then they show that show to the people who make shows, and on the strength of that one show they decide if they're going to make more shows. Some pilots get picked and become television programs. Some don't, become nothing. She starred in one of the ones that became nothing.

We happy?

Look, just because I don't be givin' no man a foot massage don't make it right for Marsellus to throw Antwone into a glass motherfuckin' house, fuckin' up the way the nigger talks. Motherfucker do that shit to me, he better paralyze my ass, 'cause I'll kill the motherfucker, know what I'm sayin'?

No, motherfucker

Your bones don't break, mine do. That's clear. Your cells react to bacteria and viruses differently than mine. You don't get sick, I do. That's also clear. But for some reason, you and I react the exact same way to water. We swallow it too fast, we choke. We get some in our lungs, we drown. However unreal it may seem, we are connected, you and I. We're on the same curve, just on opposite ends.

Neque porro quisquam est qui dolorem ipsum quia dolor sit amet, consectetur, adipisci velit. Indeed! [SlipsumThanks Roger!]


This kills the point of Lorem Ipsum. The idea behind using the latin is that you use words that have no meaning in your language, so you look at how the words look and not what the words mean. Its so that you can design the look and feel of the appearance of the words and not the look and feel of the words themselves.