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Saturday, September 25, 2004

How to do babies in C!

I was speaking to this Artificial Intelligence the other day, and one snippet from the conversation,

Me: what do you look like?
AI: I don't look like anything. I'm just a few lines of code
Me: how many lines of code are you?

AI: You're code too, kid. I'm coded in C, you're coded in DNA.

I was wondering, if babies were coded in C/C++, would the code look like

#include <boys.h>
#include <girls.h>
#include <sex.h>

void main()
char boy, girl, baby;
while (boy+girl != baby)



  • At 11:35 PM, September 25, 2004, Blogger Akshay said…

    Guess what there an anti-Punetimes blog rightfully called
    A Cruel Waste of Forests
    here a link -

  • At 7:58 PM, September 26, 2004, Blogger Kathak - The Story Teller! said…

    I like that. I had some inkling that there were anti-times feelings in the Indian blogosphere, but never knew there was a dedicated anti times blog!

    I'm loving it!!

  • At 7:20 AM, September 27, 2004, Blogger Kathak - The Story Teller! said…

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  • At 11:29 AM, September 27, 2004, Blogger S m i t h a said…

    #include <stdio.h> //this works.. can everyone see the angle braces?

    now K, view the source of the page and find out how it is done.
    btw - this is my version (0.2 if u may, im a comp sci for nothing)

    void main()
    long man; //8 bytes is average length
    void* woman; //can take anything!
    small baby; //understandable
    if (! ovulating(woman)) {
    else {
    while( sex(man, woman) != baby);

    small sex(long man, void* woman) {
    take_off_clothes(man, woman);
    woman = (long*)malloc(1000*sizeof(long)); //malloc:money alloc for shopping
    //here sizeof operator returns the financial status!
    while (!orgasm(man, woman)) {
    fuck(man, woman);
    return rand()*4;
    return 0;

    //see K, men's maturity is not directly propotional to their age.

  • At 2:03 PM, September 27, 2004, Blogger Kathak - The Story Teller! said…

    That's one hell of a code Smitha.
    I bow down to thee!

    And thanks for "<" and ">"!!!

  • At 11:20 PM, September 27, 2004, Blogger Akshay said…

    I'll agree , Smitha thats some piece of code, I would write some myself to but I'm too young and immature and have enough code to write already with all this journal work, will be most kind of you post up one that can inverse matrixes .. Ahhh just kidding.
    I know I'll come to regret this comment later but that those not stop me.


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