A concept or device which measures the 'randomness' of a given event, object, behaviour, situation or being. It can be demonstrated using the lower arm placed horizontally with the hand of the other arm supporting the elbow of the 'randometer' arm. The randometer then moves from horizontal up to a potential 180 degrees to indicate the 'randomness' level required. It can also fluctuate as required during the randometer measuring process.
Use the Randometer when a dwarf unicycles past on a pink unicycle wearing pink wellington boots smoking a large pipe and humming the theme tune to Mighty Mouse.
by Badger Dobson January 31, 2009