Financial Times, one of the world’s most respected papers, yesterday (12 Sept) published an entire page full of dummy texts like “Headline here that reflects a story about Chirac, de Villepin and that man Sarkozy” and “Chirac caption here: you can make it say as much or as little as you wantdfjdfd”. That man Sarkozy…!
The page repeats this nonsense text over and over again: “Lorum ibsum decorum upyabum and hows your father. This is dummy copy and has been created with the sole purpose of training users in the joys of producing via methode.”
Pretty hilarious. Hat tip to Vassa eggen.