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A generator of monstruous url names

Project description

monsterurl is a tiny, simple application to generate random word groups to be used in URLs.

The idea comes from Gfycat, a gif hosting service that uses funny names for its urls:

http://gfycat.com/about#links

Gfycat makes the urls concatenating two adjectives and the name of an animal.

I thought that using monsters instead of animals could be even funnier.

Usage

To use it, simply do:

>>> from monsterurl import get_monster

>>> print(get_monster())

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