• Mike (unregistered)

    I wasn't aware Delaware was a month now...

  • Anonymous (unregistered)

    Never seen an article on here without any comments before

  • Matt (unregistered) in reply to Anonymous
    Anonymous:
    Never seen an article on here without any comments before
    Because of you I still haven't >:(
  • ThomsonsPier (cs) in reply to Anonymous
    Anonymous:
    Never seen an article on here without any comments before
    I have. It's not that interesting.
  • George (unregistered)

    considering that the event module was written by a certain developer on our team

    Not that guy again. I hate that guy.

  • GigaBitWare_Bob (unregistered) in reply to Anonymous

    Either have I. Everyone must be sleeping

  • anonymous (unregistered)

    This article is just sad.

    Normal wtf's are funny. This one is depressing.

  • whiskeyjack (unregistered)

    Haven't we seen an article like this before? You know, way back in 12.

  • frits (cs) in reply to Mike
    Mike:
    I wasn't aware Delaware was a month now...

    They're probably trying to increase their prestige, since they're barely a state.

  • D Larson (unregistered)

    I'm going to take a picture of this article on a wooden table and sign it on a clipboard to prevent forgetting what it was like to see a post without comments.

  • Anonymous Prime (unregistered)

    coldfusion is not turing complete

  • Warren (unregistered)

    Of course he shouldn't have used a switch. It's much more efficient to use if with nested ternary operators.

  • The Corrector (unregistered) in reply to Anonymous Prime
    Anonymous Prime:
    coldfusion is not physically possible
    FTFY
  • Anonymous (unregistered)

    So TRWTF is ColdFusion, amirite? ColdFusion and VB. And PHP. Wait, what were we talking about again? Oh yeah, crap written in ColdFusion. So TRWTF is ColdFusion, amirite?

  • Embedded Programmer (unregistered)

    On an embedded computer with no filesystem, this isn't so unusual.

  • RHuckster (cs) in reply to Anonymous
    Anonymous:
    Never seen an article on here without any comments before

    The correct way to comment on this is to say "FIRST"

  • uuang (unregistered) in reply to The Corrector
    The Corrector:
    Anonymous Prime:
    coldfusion is not physically possible
    FTFY

    You gotta have faith!

  • davee123 (unregistered) in reply to George
    George:
    considering that the event module was written by a certain developer on our team

    Not that guy again. I hate that guy.

    TO DO: blackmail that guy/get him fired.

    I have a plan for him this 12ember!

    DaveE

  • Defendor (unregistered)

    How can this even be a WTF? The editors are either starting to slack off or just bored.

    The real WTF is that someone using ColdFusion can actually critic code pretending to be a developer. It is CF, you have to be joking if you expect to be taken seriously.

  • Johnny Awkward (unregistered)
    D Larson:
    Bert Glanstron:
    Your and idiot and should be band from using your mommy and daddy's modem.

    But, you should of learned by now the definition of the word "and."

    And, you should have learned the definition of the word "of". But, I did like your use of "But" at the start of your sentence. It reminded me of "Finding Forrester".

  • Leo (unregistered) in reply to Defendor
    Defendor:
    How can this even be a WTF? The editors are either starting to slack off or just bored.

    The real WTF is that someone using ColdFusion can actually critic code pretending to be a developer. It is CF, you have to be joking if you expect to be taken seriously.

    TRWTF is that you don't know the difference between "critic" and "critique".

  • Mathias (unregistered)

    Am I the only one who feels that his code isn't quite complete without a for loop around it that goes through all the months?

  • @Deprecated (cs)

    TRWTF is writing the octal number '08'. That must be one of those imaginary numbers, like eleventeen or thirty-twelve.

  • D Larson (unregistered) in reply to Johnny Awkward
    Johnny Awkward:
    And, you should have learned the definition of the word "of". But, I did like your use of "But" at the start of your sentence. It reminded me of "Finding Forrester".
    It's more of an homage to the previous article's comments going on and on about grammar, starting a sentence with and/or/but, etc.
  • Science (unregistered) in reply to uuang
    uuang:
    The Corrector:
    Anonymous Prime:
    coldfusion is not physically possible
    FTFY

    You gotta have faith!

    Dammit, Jim, I'm a Ph.D, not a Theologian!

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  • JJ (unregistered) in reply to davee123
    davee123:
    I have a plan for him this 12ember!

    "Deember"?

  • jdw (unregistered) in reply to D Larson
    D Larson:
    Johnny Awkward:
    And, you should have learned the definition of the word "of". But, I did like your use of "But" at the start of your sentence. It reminded me of "Finding Forrester".
    It's more of an homage to the previous article's comments going on and on about grammar, starting a sentence with and/or/but, etc.
    Starting sentences with conjunctions is generally accepted, these days, and only the staunchest prescriptionists will hold it against you.

    Tsk, tsk.

  • boog (cs) in reply to Mathias
    Mathias:
    Am I the only one who feels that his code isn't quite complete without a for loop around it that goes through all the months?
    Sadly, no, I was thinking the same thing. After all, that's how you do it for days of the week.
  • SR (unregistered) in reply to Anonymous
    Anonymous:
    Never seen an article on here without any comments before

    Is that a synonym for "FRIST"?

    CAPTCHA: tristique (2 after fristique)

  • FTFY (unregistered)

    Remember, remember, the De of December, that this developer once wrought.

    There is no rhyme, no reason, not a time, nor a season, That this code should ever be forgot.

  • boog (cs) in reply to D Larson
    D Larson:
    Johnny Awkward:
    And, you should have learned the definition of the word "of". But, I did like your use of "But" at the start of your sentence. It reminded me of "Finding Forrester".
    It's more of a senseless reiteration of the previous article's comments going on and on about grammar, starting a sentence with and/or/but, etc.
    FTFY
  • SR (unregistered) in reply to JJ
    JJ:
    davee123:
    I have a plan for him this 12ember!

    "Deember"?

    Beware the Ides of Deember.

  • wtf (unregistered) in reply to jdw
    jdw:
    D Larson:
    Johnny Awkward:
    And, you should have learned the definition of the word "of". But, I did like your use of "But" at the start of your sentence. It reminded me of "Finding Forrester".
    It's more of an homage to the previous article's comments going on and on about grammar, starting a sentence with and/or/but, etc.
    Starting sentences with conjunctions is generally accepted, these days, and only the staunchest prescriptionists will hold it against you.

    Tsk, tsk.

    That's true, but it's still ugly and the calling card of a hopeless illiterate lout.

  • MetalPig (cs) in reply to JJ
    JJ:
    davee123:
    I have a plan for him this 12ember!

    "Deember"?

    No, Twelvember.

    One-uary, Twobruary, ...

  • itsmo (unregistered) in reply to wtf
    wtf:
    jdw:
    D Larson:
    Johnny Awkward:
    And, you should have learned the definition of the word "of". But, I did like your use of "But" at the start of your sentence. It reminded me of "Finding Forrester".
    It's more of an homage to the previous article's comments going on and on about grammar, starting a sentence with and/or/but, etc.
    Starting sentences with conjunctions is generally accepted, these days, and only the staunchest prescriptionists will hold it against you.

    Tsk, tsk.

    That's true, but it's still ugly and the calling card of a hopeless illiterate lout.

    You've met him then?

  • frits (cs) in reply to Leo
    Leo:
    Defendor:
    How can this even be a WTF? The editors are either starting to slack off or just bored.

    The real WTF is that someone using ColdFusion can actually critic code pretending to be a developer. It is CF, you have to be joking if you expect to be taken seriously.

    TRWTF is that you don't know the difference between "critic" and "critique".

    Defendor was obviously verbing a noun. For example, you jerkoffed your comment.

  • Syntax (unregistered) in reply to JJ
    JJ:
    davee123:
    I have a plan for him this 12ember!

    "Deember"?

    No that would be "Decemberember" Quite catchy actually

  • LANMind (unregistered)

    Verbing? I think you just performed an illegal instruction.

  • Syntax (unregistered) in reply to wtf
    wtf:
    jdw:
    D Larson:
    Johnny Awkward:
    And, you should have learned the definition of the word "of". But, I did like your use of "But" at the start of your sentence. It reminded me of "Finding Forrester".
    It's more of an homage to the previous article's comments going on and on about grammar, starting a sentence with and/or/but, etc.
    Starting sentences with conjunctions is generally accepted, these days, and only the staunchest prescriptionists will hold it against you.

    Tsk, tsk.

    That's true, but it's still ugly and the calling card of a hopeless illiterate lout.

    If it's good enough for Steinbeck, I reckon it's good enough for a website comment...

  • frits (cs) in reply to LANMind
    LANMind:
    Verbing? I think you just performed an illegal instruction.

    Sorry. Can you mail me the ticket?

  • Matt Westwood (unregistered) in reply to George
    George:
    considering that the event module was written by a certain developer on our team

    Not that guy again. I hate that guy.

    He may never be correct, but he's always certain.

    Captcha: "iusto". I iusto be a werewolf but I'm all right now-oo-woo-oo

  • Grammatarian (unregistered)

    Sentences that begin with conjunctions are the sort of nonsense up with which I will not put.

  • SenTree (cs) in reply to LANMind
    LANMind:
    Verbing? I think you just performed an illegal instruction.
    As the great philosopher Calvin once said, "Verbing weirds language".

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conversion_(linguistics)

    [WTF is Akismet refusing a link to Wikipedia FFS?]

  • Mcoder (cs) in reply to RHuckster
    RHuckster:
    Anonymous:
    Never seen an article on here without any comments before

    The correct way to comment on this is to say "FIRST"

    You should check your spellchecker. Next time remember, it is written "FRIST".

  • Larry (unregistered)

    TRWTF is that the month should be last.

    09/2010/December

    It's the only acceptable date format.

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