When Ben started working at a small ASP-based dotcom, there was an intern who was working on a major feature of their application. Her code confusingly cute. Quick example: instead of calling a database table for checklist templates "CLTemplate" and having one row per checklist, she called it "CLManager" and had columns CLItem01 through CLItem100.

Okay, maybe that's a bit obnoxious. But consider her sub for "dimming" (i.e. declaring variables in VBScript) ...

<%sub dimData dim CLName , CurrentUser , CLManagerID , CLField01 , CLField02 , CLField03 , CLField04 , CLField05 , CLField06 , CLField07 , CLField08 , CLField09 , CLField10 , CLDate01 , CLDate02 , CLDate03 , CLDate04 , CLDate05 , COE , ListDate , ListPrice , MLS , Escrow , Title , SellingPrice , ContractDate , ContactType , TableType , ExpDate , Required , CancelDate , InspectionDate , CLCompleted , CLContact01 , CLContact02 , CLContact03 , CLContact04 , CLContact05 , CLContact06 , CLContact07 , CLContact08 , CLContact09 , CLContact10 , CLContact11 , CLContact12 , CLContact13 , CLContact14 , CLContact15 , CLContact16 , CLContact17 , CLContact18 , CLContact19 , CLContact20 , CLItem01 , CLItem02 , CLItem03 , CLItem04 , CLItem05 , CLItem06 , CLItem07 , CLItem08 , CLItem09 , CLItem10 , CLItem11 , CLItem12 , CLItem13 , CLItem14 , CLItem15 , CLItem16 , CLItem17 , CLItem18 , CLItem19 , CLItem20 , CLItem21 , CLItem22 , CLItem23 , CLItem24 , CLItem25 , CLItem26 , CLItem27 , CLItem28 , CLItem29 , CLItem30 , CLItem31 , CLItem32 , CLItem33 , CLItem34 , CLItem35 , CLItem36 , CLItem37 , CLItem38 , CLItem39 , CLItem40 , CLItem41 , CLItem42 , CLItem43 , CLItem44 , CLItem45 , CLItem46 , CLItem47 , CLItem48 , CLItem49 , CLItem50 ,CLItem51 , CLItem52 , CLItem53 , CLItem54 , CLItem55 , CLItem56 , CLItem57 , CLItem58 , CLItem59 , CLItem60 , CLItem61 , CLItem62 , CLItem63 , CLItem64 , CLItem65 , CLItem66 , CLItem67 , CLItem68 , CLItem69 , CLItem70 , CLItem71 , CLItem72 , CLItem73 , CLItem74 , CLItem75 , CLItem76 , CLItem77 , CLItem78 , CLItem79 , CLItem80 , CLItem81 , CLItem82 , CLItem83 , CLItem84 , CLItem85 , CLItem86 , CLItem87 , CLItem88 , CLItem89 , CLItem90 , CLItem91 , CLItem92 , CLItem93 , CLItem94 , CLItem95 , CLItem96 , CLItem97 , CLItem98 , CLItem99 , CLItem100 , HotList , Completed, pageColor, bgcolor0, bgcolor2 end sub%>

Of course, it doesn't actually do anything because it's scoped to inside the subroutine, but since she never actually used "Option Explicit", it really didn't matter whether variables were declared anyway. It was an awfully cute attempt, though.