Just for fun, but you can set up a git alias to commit random commit messages for you with the following:
git config --global alias.commit-rnd !"sh -c \"git commit -m '$(curl -s http://whatthecommit.com/index.txt)'\""
Your syntax may vary, as I am using gow on windows, which makes a lot of terminal things weird, but your git config file (git config --global -e) should have something like this appended to it.
commit-rnd = !sh -c \"git commit -m '$(curl -s http://whatthecommit.com/index.txt)'\"
To use your new alias, type
whenever you want to make a commit with a random commit message.
**Please use at your discretion and do not blame your team-lead's tirade on me.
Thanks go out to whatthecommit.com, Jen Heilemann, and Andrew Tongen.