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              <p id="weirdtext">Take every letter in its own span(likely done with JS), from there, I would assign them classes with the font size animation.</p>

              /* v2.0 | 20110126 License: none (public domain)*/a,abbr,acronym,address,applet,article,aside,audio,b,big,blockquote,body,canvas,caption,center,cite,code,dd,del,details,dfn,div,dl,dt,em,embed,fieldset,figcaption,figure,footer,form,h1,h2,h3,h4,h5,h6,header,hgroup,html,i,iframe,img,ins,kbd,label,legend,li,mark,menu,nav,object,ol,output,p,pre,q,ruby,s,samp,section,small,span,strike,strong,sub,summary,sup,table,tbody,td,tfoot,th,thead,time,tr,tt,u,ul,var,video{margin:0;padding:0;border:0;font:inherit;vertical-align:baseline}article,aside,details,figcaption,figure,footer,header,hgroup,menu,nav,section{display:block}body{line-height:1}ol,ul{list-style:none}blockquote,q{quotes:none}blockquote:after,blockquote:before,q:after,q:before{content:'';content:none}table{border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0}
*{box-sizing: border-box; margin: 0; padding: 0;}

/*Above is my default quick CSS reset I always use, doesn't really matter for this example though, you can delete it.*/

	background-color: ghostwhite;
	font-family: sans-serif;
	font-size: 33px;
	line-height: 40px;
	letter-spacing: 2px;
	padding: 50px;
	color: #444;

/*Center the weird text*/
	max-width: 500px;
	display: block;
	margin: 100px auto 20px auto;

/*Just the CSS for the quote citation*/
	max-width: 500px;
	display: block;
	margin: 0 auto;
	text-align: right;
	opacity: .4;

/*all spans have to be block or inline block to transform*/
#weirdtext span{
	display: inline-block;

/*When JS finds a space, it replaces it with a span with .space class*/
/*I did this so you can do stuff with the spaces if you want.*/
	width: 15px;

/*These classes are added to each letter/span using JS so they animate*/
	animation: zoom 6s linear infinite;
	-webkit-animation: zoom 6s linear infinite;
	animation: bounce 3s linear infinite;
	-webkit-animation: bounce 3s linear infinite;
	animation: squash 2s linear infinite;
	-webkit-animation: squash 2s linear infinite;	
	animation: rot 5s linear infinite;
	-webkit-animation: rot 5s linear infinite;
	animation: fade2 4s linear infinite;
	-webkit-animation: fade2 4s linear infinite;

/*Here's a bunch of animations*/

@keyframes zoom{
	0%{transform: scale(1);}
	50%{transform: scale(1.1);}
	100%{transform: scale(1);}
@-webkit-keyframes zoom{
	0%{-webkit-transform: scale(1);}
	50%{-webkit-transform: scale(1.1);}
	100%{-webkit-transform: scale(1);}

@keyframes bounce{
	0%{transform: translateY(0px);}
	50%{transform: translateY(1px);}
	100%{transform: translateY(0px);}
@-webkit-keyframes bounce{
	0%{-webkit-transform: translateY(0px);}
	50%{-webkit-transform: translateY(1px);}
	100%{-webkit-transform: translateY(0px);}

@keyframes squash{
@-webkit-keyframes squash{

@keyframes rot{
	0%{transform: rotate(9deg);}
	50%{transform: rotate(-9deg);}
	100%{transform: rotate(9deg);}
@-webkit-keyframes rot{
	0%{-webkit-transform: rotate(9deg);}
	50%{-webkit-transform: rotate(-9deg);}
	100%{-webkit-transform: rotate(9deg);}

@keyframes fade2{
		transform: scale(.8);
		opacity: .7;
		transform: scale(1);
		opacity: 1;
		transform: scale(.8);
		opacity: .7;
@-webkit-keyframes fade2{
		-webkit-transform: scale(.8);
		opacity: .7;
		-webkit-transform: scale(1);
		opacity: 1;
		-webkit-transform: scale(.8);
		opacity: .7;

              //requires jQuery because I am lazy.


function setup(){
	var $passage = $('#weirdtext');
	//get the inner HTML of the #weirdtext paragraph
	var rawtxt = $passage.html();
	//Get the length of the string for use in loop
	var len = rawtxt.length;
	//empty string used to store final text that includes spans
	var newtext = '';

	//For each character inside #weirdtext string (this is why we got length)
	for(var i = 0; i < len; i ++){
		//get a random num between 1 and 5
		var rng = Math.floor(Math.random() * 5) + 1;
		//get the i-th character from the string
		var currentchar = rawtxt.charAt(i);
		if(currentchar == ' '){
			//if it's a space, add an empty .space span
			var newchar = '<span class="space"></span>';
			//otherwise, wrap it with a span, and give it class effectN, where N is a random int as before
			var newchar = '<span class="effect' + rng + '">' + currentchar + '</span>';
		//add this new "char" (actually it's a char with spans wrapping it) to the empty string
		newtext = newtext + newchar;
	//replace #weirdtext paragraphs inner HTML with the newly created string
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