• null (unregistered)

    (null)

  • helix (unregistered) in reply to null

    Comment: [Select One] Comment: [Select One] Comment: [Select One] Comment: [Select One] Comment: [Select One]

    Captcha: [Throw Exception]

  • Ryuzaki (unregistered)

    Second!

    Yay for apparent nationalism.

  • NSCoder (cs) in reply to null
    null:
    (null)
    Great, now I can't have any more (null)s for the rest of the week.
  • erat (unregistered)

    Hey, Michael, that site's Verisign secured (or at least they have an icon saying so) so your credit card bill can't be wrong. I'm sorry but you're going to have to pay the full amount.

    Come to think of it, now the Verisign icon appears on TDWTF too, meaning everything you read here is guaranteed to be correct! Woo hoo!

  • snoofle (cs)

    announcer voice

    Buy NEW and IMPROVED Nabisco Nulls!

    Coming soon to stores everywhere

  • Gnonthgol (cs)

    Wait. I thaught that (null) was bad. I don't want them in my programs. Here is someone taking on this task of removing all the (null)s in the world one bit at a time.

  • David K (unregistered) in reply to erat
    erat:
    now the Verisign icon appears on TDWTF too, meaning everything you read here is guaranteed to be correct! Woo hoo!
    In that case, everyone who reads this is obligated to send me $1,000 to help bail me out of my mortgage.
  • ClaudeSuck.de (cs) in reply to Gnonthgol
    Gnonthgol:
    Wait. I thaught that (null) was bad. I don't want them in my programs. Here is someone taking on this task of removing all the (null)s in the world one bit at a time.

    You mean "removing all the ( )s in the world " ???

  • nat42 (cs)

    CoWare's isn't really a WTF, whom doesn't enable ecmascripting?

    https://coware.market2lead.com/go/coware/060518wp164001171

    Addendum (2008-10-14 08:33): And, gasps while it may not be pretty, at least you can still choose your country with scripting disabled.

  • Alan (unregistered)

    Nothing better than a nice null curry with lots of NaN bread

  • snoofle (cs) in reply to David K
    David K:
    erat:
    now the Verisign icon appears on TDWTF too, meaning everything you read here is guaranteed to be correct! Woo hoo!
    In that case, everyone who reads this is obligated to send me $1,000 to help bail me out of my mortgage.
    I believe you will be receiving something from Messers Bush and Paulson shortly...
  • Frank (unregistered) in reply to nat42
    nat42:
    you can still choose your country with scripting disabled.
    Scripting disabled? People can do that? Shudder! And here I thought everybody's computer would be exactly like mine.
  • Gabelstaplerfahrer (cs)

    People still writing their own captcha jokes should be punished by getting their ip banned or something. It just bores me to death reading those lines every time I want to enjoy witty user comments.

  • Gabelstaplerfahrer (cs) in reply to Alan
    Alan:
    Nothing better than a nice null curry with lots of NaN bread
    With which I prefer ∞ beer.
  • JimM (cs) in reply to Gabelstaplerfahrer
    Gabelstaplerfahrer:
    Alan:
    Nothing better than a nice null curry with lots of NaN bread
    With which I prefer beer.
    FTFY
  • ThisIsMe (unregistered) in reply to David K
    David K:
    erat:
    now the Verisign icon appears on TDWTF too, meaning everything you read here is guaranteed to be correct! Woo hoo!
    In that case, everyone who reads this is obligated to send me $1,000 to help bail me out of my mortgage.

    Crap, I knew I shouldn't be spending time reading all these comments .. sigh there goes another $1,000 bucks ... my last 10k went to some guy in Nigeria, USA, Canada, Germany, Italy, Australia, Columbia. :(

  • Dumb (unregistered)

    I don't get the credit card one.

  • mauhiz (unregistered)

    It may be a selection of your top 10 Country music singles?

  • JoJo (unregistered) in reply to Dumb
    Dumb:
    I don't get the credit card one.

    I can explain it to you, but the fee for my consultancy work will be $2.13.

    You will then receive a bill for $15.

  • JimM (cs) in reply to nat42
    nat42:
    CoWare's isn't really a WTF, whom doesn't enable ecmascripting?

    https://coware.market2lead.com/go/coware/060518wp164001171

    Addendum (2008-10-14 08:33): And, gasps while it may not be pretty, at least you can still choose your country with scripting disabled.

    Interested to know whether their backend scripting is prepared to deal with having 8 different values for "a5635" (that's the country code, obviously ;^) ) passed to it! There are FAR better ways of doing that than having 8 different <SELECT> elements then hiding the inappropriate ones...
  • ParkinT (cs)

    With a focus on the NULL, it seems everyone missed the use of $ (dollar sign) in place of the letter 's' !

    Secondly, what is 'FLAH SEED OIL'? Where do FLAH SEEDS grow?

  • ContraCorners (cs) in reply to snoofle
    snoofle:
    David K:
    erat:
    now the Verisign icon appears on TDWTF too, meaning everything you read here is guaranteed to be correct! Woo hoo!
    In that case, everyone who reads this is obligated to send me $1,000 to help bail me out of my mortgage.
    I believe you will be receiving something from Messers Bush and Paulson shortly...

    All I got from Messers Bush and Paulson was a bill. The joke's on them, though, because I sent it to my great-grandchildren.

  • amischiefr (cs) in reply to null
    null:
    (null)
    I'm allergic to null, guess I can't have one :(
  • zobman (unregistered)

    Anyone else with FireFox and NoScript get a XSS alert when viewing this article ?

  • e (unregistered) in reply to David K

    Hell, my senator already put up over $2000 of my money towards your mortgage, how much more do you need?!?

  • snoofle (cs) in reply to ContraCorners
    ContraCorners:
    snoofle:
    David K:
    erat:
    now the Verisign icon appears on TDWTF too, meaning everything you read here is guaranteed to be correct! Woo hoo!
    In that case, everyone who reads this is obligated to send me $1,000 to help bail me out of my mortgage.
    I believe you will be receiving something from Messers Bush and Paulson shortly...

    All I got from Messers Bush and Paulson was a bill. The joke's on them, though, because I sent it to my great-grandchildren.

    *excellent*
  • Jon T (unregistered) in reply to ParkinT
    ParkinT:
    What is 'FLAH SEED OIL'? Where do FLAH SEEDS grow?
    FLAH seeds grow in the empty pixels beside the center of an "X", making it look a little more like an "H". But zoom in (you do have Firefox, don't you?) and you'll see it is clearly an "X".
  • Zecc (cs) in reply to Jon T
    Jon T:
    ParkinT:
    What is 'FLAH SEED OIL'? Where do FLAH SEEDS grow?
    FLAH seeds grow in the empty pixels beside the center of an "X", making it look a little more like an "H". But zoom in (you do have Firefox, don't you?) and you'll see it is clearly an "X".
    Those aren't FLAH SEEDS, they're FLAK SEEDS. You know, the kind you grow anti-aircraft cannons from.
  • Code Dependent (cs) in reply to Jon T
    Jon T:
    ParkinT:
    What is 'FLAH SEED OIL'? Where do FLAH SEEDS grow?
    FLAH seeds grow in the empty pixels beside the center of an "X", making it look a little more like an "H". But zoom in (you do have Firefox, don't you?) and you'll see it is clearly an "X".
    BAX, XUMBUG.
  • Frank Lee (unregistered) in reply to ParkinT
    ParkinT:
    Where do FLAH SEEDS grow?
    After mine went FLAH SEED, it only grows with the help of an, um... professional woman.

    Oops, too much information. Sorry.

  • Jethro Null (unregistered) in reply to Jon T

    Sorry, I zoomed in, those "empty" pixels got filled with (null). So it certainly looks like an "H".

  • Johnny Awkward (unregistered) in reply to ParkinT
    Secondly, what is 'FLAH SEED OIL'? Where do FLAH SEEDS grow?

    Yeah - and what about the brown subar? And the caanberries?

  • h (unregistered) in reply to JimM
    Comment held for moderation.
  • Mike (unregistered) in reply to snoofle
    snoofle:
    *announcer voice*

    Buy NEW and IMPROVED Nabisco Nulls!

    Coming soon to stores everywhere

    Coming soon to stores nowhere, surely?

  • Lincoln Spendthrift (unregistered)

    TRWTF is that the printer can print lower case, as evidenced by the (null), yet the ingredients are all upper case. What, they still make granola on mainframes?

  • Mike (unregistered) in reply to Alan
    Alan:
    Nothing better than a nice null curry with lots of NaN bread

    I take Exception to that.

  • pbean (cs)

    That could not open file dialogue is rather un-WTF. Everyone could have made it with javascript:window.alert(), and even then it's not funny, nor really WTF-worthy what it displays.

  • Tim (unregistered) in reply to nat42
    nat42:
    CoWare's isn't really a WTF, whom doesn't enable ecmascripting?

    You mean 'who'. If you're going to be pedantic about 'whom' at least get it right!

  • iToad (unregistered)

    CAPTCHA: w throws transient try typeof var void volatile while with true false prototype

  • David (unregistered) in reply to Zecc
    Zecc:
    Jon T:
    ParkinT:
    What is 'FLAH SEED OIL'? Where do FLAH SEEDS grow?
    FLAH seeds grow in the empty pixels beside the center of an "X", making it look a little more like an "H". But zoom in (you do have Firefox, don't you?) and you'll see it is clearly an "X".
    Those aren't FLAH SEEDS, they're FLAK SEEDS. You know, the kind you grow anti-aircraft cannons from.

    Ha! That just made my day. But yea that font looks horrible. Wonder what (null) was suppose to be, fat? lead? flavor?

  • David (unregistered)

    Oh and btw, guess nobody noticed the SU8AR...

  • Subar8ear (unregistered) in reply to David
    Johnny Awkward:
    Secondly, what is 'FLAH SEED OIL'? Where do FLAH SEEDS grow?

    Yeah - and what about the brown subar? And the caanberries?

    David:
    Oh and btw, guess nobody noticed the SU8AR...

    Apparently you forgot to read the previous comments.

  • jordanwb (unregistered) in reply to helix
    helix:
    Comment: [Select One] Comment: [Select One] Comment: [Select One] Comment: [Select One] Comment: [Select One]

    Captcha: [Throw Exception]

    uber lol

  • Corporate Cog (unregistered)

    That low-null granola friggin rocks (seriously). It's the best granola you'll ever try.

  • Duh (unregistered) in reply to Dumb

    Look at the minimum amount due and then look at the balance on the card.

  • rgro (unregistered) in reply to nat42
    Comment held for moderation.
  • Eric L (unregistered) in reply to David

    Since it was me who sent in the picture, I can say that the null must have stood for enjoyment, because the stuff sucked too.

  • Mr G (unregistered) in reply to Gnonthgol
    Gnonthgol:
    Wait. I thaught that (null) was bad. I don't want them in my programs. Here is someone taking on this task of removing all the (null)s in the world one bit at a time.
    Or in the case of Chunky Snack Granola bars, one byte at a time.
  • silent d (unregistered) in reply to Mike
    Mike:
    snoofle:
    *announcer voice*

    Buy NEW and IMPROVED Nabisco Nulls!

    Coming soon to stores everywhere

    Coming soon to stores nowhere, surely?

    Coming in an indeterminate period of time to stores nowhere?

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