Here's what Will Ferrell has to say:
Hello people of the interwebs, it's Will Ferrell.
If you're interested in winning the most amazing prize in the history of mankind while helping out a great cause, keep reading. If not, please take a moment to throw your computer in a lake.
For just a small donation to help my favorite charity Cancer For College, you'll be entered for a chance to join me at... wait for it... our big Desert Showdown in beautiful Palm Springs, California on March 3 & 4. At the event, I will not only show you how to play golf (if you are at all interested), but we might possibly race golf carts, make sock puppets and enjoy a sensible lunch together with only the finest bottled water.
In addition, you will receive tickets to our Desert Smash Celebrity Tennis event that will feature some of the biggest names in entertainment and professional tennis. Other cool people who are scheduled to participate include Kevin Spacey and Novak Djokovic.
To re-cap: You. Me. Grass. A gentle breeze and some balls. The whole shebang. The prize includes flights from wherever you are in the world with accommodations for you and a friend too at the world-famous La Quinta Resort. There is no physical way you can get a better prize than this. We've done the research. It's science.
Egress Methods is its name and creating rhyming ways to leave your lover is its game. The Twitter bot was programmed to randomly generate a new method of breaking up every few hours based on Paul Simon's hit song "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover." So no need to be coy, Roy...just slip out the back, Jack. And if neither of those are your name, just check out this Twitter feed, and you'll have the rhyming answer on how to leave your lover in no time.
Paul Simon claimed that there must be fifty ways to leave your lover, but in his famous song he named far fewer than that. Egress Methods, a twitter bot, fulfills the promise that Mr. Simon could not — and then some –tweeting a randomly generated formula for lover-leaving every few hours, from now into eternity.
Seed the calm twitch, Rich— Egress Methods (@egressmethods) March 21, 2014
Load the pent hob, Bob— Egress Methods (@egressmethods) March 18, 2014
Whisk off a wain, Wayne— Egress Methods (@egressmethods) March 19, 2014
Empty a pin, Lin— Egress Methods (@egressmethods) March 17, 2014
Scrawl off the get, Chet— Egress Methods (@egressmethods) March 16, 2014