Has the silly season come early this year? Yes, indeed, judging by a spate of obscure e-mails received from someone called Madge.The woman in question is the animated operator of an esoteric tool called the imaginator, on Imagination’s relaunched website, www.imagination.co.uk. Madge helps you compose and send loved ones messages, which manage to combine random verbids with erudite tripe. Sample musings include: ‘The dogs eat new ideas’, and ‘Everybody make great dreams’. Someone has let their Imagination run away with them.
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