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JavaScript is Weird

December 10, 2022 · Milan Lajtoš
javasctipt, computational humour

You know what's weird about JavaScript? The fact that it's a programming language that's actually named after a cup of coffee. I mean, who came up with that? And then they had the nerve to make it so complex and confusing. It's like they're saying, 'Here, have a cup of coffee to keep you awake while you try to figure out how to use our language.'

But here's the thing, even though it's frustrating and sometimes makes me want to pull my hair out, I can't help but keep coming back to it. It's like a bad relationship that I can't seem to leave. And that's when it hits me: maybe JavaScript is not just a programming language, maybe it's a metaphor for life.

We all have our own quirks and complexities, and sometimes we can be frustrating to deal with. But at the end of the day, we keep coming back to each other, trying to make it work. And maybe that's what makes us human.

So cheers to JavaScript, the bad relationship we can't seem to quit. Keep on frustrating us, because without you, life would just be too simple.


This joke was generated by OpenAI's ChatGPT imitating Louis C.K..