• n_slash_a (unregistered) in reply to Californian *bleep*ake Pizza Eater
    Californian *bleep*ake Pizza Eater:
    Nice, I'll have #97. Lettuce Wraps Platter for 10 please. What's the bill? Wow, *bleep*ing generous!
    They also don't know how to count, apparently it is 81, 82, 83, 0 , 84.
  • (cs)

    I love wild mushroom pizza. [image]

  • (cs) in reply to AGray
    AGray:
    The restaurant could've bypassed that error by calling them Sheetakes.
    Or by not misspelling "shiitake" in the first place.

    I love those mushrooms. My Shi'ite neighbor taught me to feed them to my shih tzu puppy.

  • Yoo Suk (unregistered)

    In lazer software Y.S. sell to the west, test mode say fail first 4 times, then pass. Anan an an an an ann! Amerikan always fall for it! So stupid! ANANANANNANANANAN aNA ANA ANA ANA naAn AN naaNan A!!!

  • captcha:persto (unregistered)

    I just don't understand why devolopers can't even do a quick check before shipping the program to ensure all the strings blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.

  • (cs)

    I eagerly await thirteen "blah"s to join the fifteen- and thirty-count "wank"s in the tag cloud.

  • (cs) in reply to Larry Lard
    Larry Lard:
    Tell Simon W that that Audi garage is in Coulsdon http://goo.gl/maps/TFN4 (he said, having recognised the road layout...)
    Oh well done. I was guessing Gloucester.
  • (cs) in reply to Madmanguruman
    Madmanguruman:
    The real WTF is that the restaurant doesn't know how to spell shiitake.
    +1 QFT
  • (cs) in reply to Youri
    Youri:
    I also wonder how w/ tastes.

    I've seen that on many websites, where does it come from?

    It's the liquid secreted by your kidneys that is stored in your bladder until voided at a time convenient and a place appropriate.

  • It is not heresy and I shall not recant (unregistered) in reply to Ken
    Ken:
    Passwords can't contain select for some *odd* reason?

    But "DROP TABLE" or "TRUNCATE" or "UPDATE" is perfectly okay?

    Interesting....

    Also, depending on where and how they do input validation, I wonder if "select" would pass.

  • stew (unregistered) in reply to Warren
    Warren:
    They're storing passwords the same way a lot of people do
    FTFY.
  • Vlad Patryshev (unregistered)

    I wonder if I could DROP something instead of SELECT...

  • (cs)

    Who stole the mushroom? Someone stole the mushroom! Who stole the mushroom from the question block!

    Let's just hope they don't start talking about bleepe Muslims...

  • (cs)

    That's clearly not vertical bars (||| || ||||||): it's really Flyspeck 4pt, with the letter height set to 920%.

  • (cs) in reply to Matt Westwood
    Matt Westwood:
    Madmanguruman:
    The real WTF is that the restaurant doesn't know how to spell shiitake.
    +1 QFT

    Maybe the regular expression in the anti-profanity filter is /shi+t/

  • SG_01 (unregistered) in reply to Maurits
    Maurits:
    Matt Westwood:
    Madmanguruman:
    The real WTF is that the restaurant doesn't know how to spell shiitake.
    +1 QFT

    Maybe the regular expression in the anti-profanity filter is /sh[Ii1]+t/

    FTFY ^^

  • razerwolf (unregistered)

    But! your password MAY contain any of the following INSERT DROP INNER JOIN

  • Chris (unregistered) in reply to Craig
    Craig:
    Sarah:
    the software controls lasers
    Yeah, that software has a name, you know.

    Skynet.

    And yes, the code contains fatal errors.

    R U A GIRL?

    Not all the time, but usually in januarys.

  • Tom TomTOMtom (unregistered) in reply to Maurits
    Maurits:
    Maybe the regular expression in the anti-profanity filter is /shi+t/
    The trick is to create a RE that doesn't match itself, otherwise it will filter itself into oblivion.
  • Gondolf (unregistered)

    Countdown ends in 12: NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN Batman!

  • YellowOnline (unregistered) in reply to Pretendo
    Pretendo:
    Bukkake Mushrooms?

    I admit, I also thought about that first before finding out they couldn't write shiitake properly.

    Spending too much time on the internet :F

    Captcha: immitto, a contraction of 'immediately' and 'subito' - or whatever

  • Shinobu (unregistered) in reply to D. Tables
    D. Tables:
    Pretendo:
    Bukkake Mushrooms?
    Is it bad that my first thought was "Bukkake Mushrooms" too? Needed a minute to think about that one...
    I'm relieved I wasn't the only one. For a moment I thought I was some kind of pervert.
  • (cs)

    Censorfail. You can obviously read "WebTrack". http://www.wall.k12.nj.us/webtrack2/login.aspx

  • (cs) in reply to Gondolf
    Gondolf:
    Countdown ends in 12: NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN NaN Batman!
    As you can clearly see in http://xkcd.com/851/ you do not have enough.
  • C (unregistered)

    I like how the Dinner Delivery menu overloads existing numbers in order to not change following sections... Also makes me wonder what was at #25 and why it was "dicontinued". :D

  • roskis (unregistered)

    SAP changeover is done, when the last developer checks out, humming ♪♫♪♫♪ nan-nan-nan-nan-nan...

  • Roby McAndrew (unregistered) in reply to Dan
    Dan:
    "4:1" would be better than "$4 to $1", but I also don't understand where the WTF is.
    Ah, the irony.
  • (cs) in reply to Craig
    Craig:
    Sarah:
    the software controls lasers
    Yeah, that software has a name, you know.

    Skynet.

    And yes, the code contains fatal errors.

    R U A GIRL?
    Sarah Connor ?

  • uns (unregistered) in reply to roskis
    roskis:
    SAP changeover is done, when the last developer checks out, humming ♪♫♪♫♪ nan-nan-nan-nan-nan...

    Hey, they even made a song about NaN.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuIiOtWjv_A

  • linepro (unregistered) in reply to razerwolf
    razerwolf:
    But! your password MAY contain any of the following INSERT DROP INNER JOIN

    Or even:

    Pwd; DROP DATABASE;

  • MrBester (unregistered) in reply to Matt Westwood
    Matt Westwood:
    Larry Lard:
    Tell Simon W that that Audi garage is in Coulsdon http://goo.gl/maps/TFN4 (he said, having recognised the road layout...)
    Oh well done. I was guessing Gloucester.
    I go past that every day by train so don't know the road layout. Got it by the picture and position of stations in relation to ||||| |||||| |||...
  • Jesper (unregistered)

    Yeah, because shiit is such a dirty word...

  • No Name (unregistered) in reply to foo
    foo:
    PiisAWheeL:
    Bobby:
    Something like "all our data has been deleted and since we have no backups there will be no further revenue coming in so you're all sacked." An attention getter, so to speak.
    Ya that would be a real attention getter alright.
    Ken:
    Passwords can't contain select for some *odd* reason?

    But "DROP TABLE" or "TRUNCATE" or "UPDATE" is perfectly okay?

    Interesting....

    You never know. Maybe someone was smart enought to only give the user that would be accessing the table SELECT privilages. Even a dim light bulb flickers and gets really bright right before it burns out.
    Please tell us about your intriguing way to store a password in a database with only SELECT privileges.

    Mmmm. No, we use all the same password, you can't change it!

  • (cs)

    I don't get the M&T one at all. It does look like the most you can get to buy a house for is 5 * $7,500 = $37,500 but that just looks like a typo, not a programming error.

    Little help?

  • John M. (unregistered) in reply to hatterson

    Even then...most programming languages variables cannot start with a number...soo...no WTF here.

    (unless of course the programmer didn't know that a variable cannot begin with a number and did it anyway, and it could be 6 to 2 or 7 to 3 or something silly like that)

    ((although doesn't PHP and ASP throw up an improper variable name error/warning if you begin a variable with a number? I've...never bothered to try it.))

  • Harbinger (unregistered) in reply to Madmanguruman

    Not necessarily. the filter may contain all known variants of Bleep such as shiit, sh!t etc.

    I've administered filtering software. It's amazing what people will try in order to get past the electric censor...

    p0rn, pr0n etc [email protected] I could go on but I have work to do.

    Captcha: gravis. "Gravis no good on pizza, it makes the crust all soggy."

  • Harbinger (unregistered) in reply to Madmanguruman
    Madmanguruman:
    The real WTF is that the restaurant doesn't know how to spell shiitake.

    Not necessarily. the filter may contain all known variants of Bleep such as shiit, sh!t etc.

    I've administered filtering software. It's amazing what people will try in order to get past the electric censor...

    p0rn, pr0n etc [email protected] I could go on but I have work to do.

    Captcha: gravis. "Gravis no good on pizza, it makes the crust all soggy."

    Sorry, I'm new here and made a rookie error there.

  • (cs)

    They're actually hashing the passwords with salt and everything. The restrictions are a decoy.

  • (cs) in reply to Craig
    Craig:
    Sarah:
    the software controls lasers
    Yeah, that software has a name, you know.

    Skynet.

    And yes, the code contains fatal errors.

    R U A GIRL?

    *bleepbleepbleepbleepbleepbleepbleep*bleep *bleepbleepbleepbleepbleepbleepbleep*bleep *bleepbleepbleepbleepbleepbleepbleep*bleep *bleepbleepbleepbleepbleepbleepbleep*bleep *bleepbleepbleepbleepbleepbleepbleep*bleep *bleepbleepbleepbleepbleepbleepbleep*bleep bleepbleepbleepbleepbleep and fuck off.

  • Foobar (unregistered)

    NaN:NaN NaN, NaN NaN:NaN NaN, NaN NaN:NaN NaN, NaN NaN:NaN NaN, NaN BATMAN!

  • Jake (unregistered)

    The pixelating didn't work properly. I can totally read that it's about centaurdata.com.

  • (cs)

    TRWTF is iPads.

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