• beef (unregistered)

    As we say in English v1.1, "First"

  • Zach (unregistered)

    TRWTF is why was Philip downloading a DVD tool from Microsoft?

  • developingUnderDuress (unregistered)

    Do you wanna build a Frist???

  • CowgirlNelly (unregistered)

    TRWTF is "and I decided to increment the number in the URL"

  • theRealWtf (unregistered)

    TRWTF is that Microsoft Products are apparently only working on FreeBSD and test english

  • Somebody Somewhere (unregistered)

    ♪ Do you wanna edit your permissions? ♪ ♪ Or change your cookie header text? ♪

  • code_goddess (unregistered)

    You $wot mate?

  • (nodebb)

    TRWTF is something from Microsoft working on FreeBSD.

  • WTFGuy (unregistered) in reply to CowgirlNelly

    Actually it's about like clicking the [Random] link on Wikipedia. Something interesting comes up just often enough to make the game worth playing.

  • 04012018 (unregistered) in reply to beef

    beef: As we say in English v1.1, "First"

    You must be using an old version of English, in the latest version it's "Frist".

  • JokeKiller (unregistered) in reply to 04012018

    That's what HE said.

  • ☃☃☃ anonymous snowman ☃☃☃ (unregistered)

    I've also used unicode snowman as a field delimiter in production systems where input data is wacky enough to use nearly the entire basic ascii set as meaningful characters.

    ☃SV best separated values.


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