• Frist (unregistered)


  • A_L (unregistered)

    Are you sure you want to exist? But what does the Cancel button do? WHAT DOES THE CANCEL BUTTON DO???

  • PJRZ (unregistered) in reply to A_L

    I would advise NEVER pressing the Cancel button.

  • Exploding Kitten (unregistered)

    Pressing the cancel button will get you into big trouble with the pro-lifers.

  • AsARule (unregistered) in reply to PJRZ

    I would advise NOT NEVER not pressing the Cancel button. That just seems more foolproof.

  • SignalStealer (unregistered) in reply to AsARule

    I would advise AGAINST NOT NEVER not pressing the Cancel button. Here, I fixed it for ya.

  • Wolf (unregistered)

    Have you never designed a user interface?! You obviously click the 'X' in the upper right to eXit. All other options apply to your existence! ;)

  • Ozz (unregistered)

    Sounds like someone used the neural net to generate that text.

  • (nodebb)

    I not want more to exist. I wish I could just type 'n' and not exist more.

  • (nodebb)

    There is so much wrong with that exit dialog that I think whoever sent it in should post here to name the program that it belongs to.

  • Flips (unregistered)

    So, on which website can we read a story about Gurth, were we can read what mistakes he made in life? Please cancel the "existstings" of your previous comment. Thank you.

  • Flips (unregistered)

    ps: I NEVER made any mistakes, specially not with dialog-windows. hides behind his helpdesk

  • (nodebb) in reply to Flips

    I think you’ve misread my post. I don’t particularly care who sent it in, and I’m certainly not accusing him or her of having made a mistake with it. Rather, I’m asking for the name of the program that throws up such a monstrosity of a dialog window.

  • null (unregistered)


  • Flips (unregistered) in reply to Gurth

    And I was just kidding Gurth. Felt like the mood for this wesite 'to make fun of everything that moves'. Besides, I'm glad we agree on the part that I never make any mistakes.

  • Chris (unregistered)

    What I want to know is what happens if you type 'N'? It only defines the answer for 'n' and 'y'. What about anything else, like a plea to live?

  • (nodebb)

    It all points to The Matrix. When it sees that you definitely would buy null again, it smells rebel and refuses connection. The agents then try to put you out of existence. They fail because you have already chosen the Floxin tablet. Now you are free to do all kinds of impossible things in the matrix, all bags, generic service, one speech, being born in 2024. Then in a flashback, you recall how it all started with a message on your terminal:

    "Knock Knock"

    "Who's there?"

    "A problem"

    "A problem who?"

    "A problem has *** to your comput"

  • dr memals (unregistered)

    So many spam bots. Seriously what level do they have to reach before they are worth battling?

    Maybe it is like those cars on the road side that say "Do not clean, vehicle is part of scientific experiment"

    "Do not remove spam posts, site is part of a scientific experiment

  • (nodebb) in reply to Frist

    I would be frist but I accidentally pressed 'N' and my comment no longer exists.

  • doubting_poster (unregistered)

    a comment has to your article

  • markm (unregistered)

    "Are you sure you want to exist?" The TWTF isn't the spelling error, but that a dialog box with buttons required typing a yes-no answer. Either there is a programming language somewhere that only supports one form of dialog box, or a programmer that needs to RTFM and learn about the other forms possible.

  • markm (unregistered)

    Have some fresh zero calorie Null from McAlister's Deli!

  • David Calman (unregistered)

    Wait, the airport display was that low res? This is clearly a cropped Stop error.

  • Axel (unregistered)

    I hope they don't run out of null before I can get there. I need to buy NaN of them.

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