For three days and nights the Java master did not emerge from his cubicle. On the fourth day the monks of the temple sent a novice to inquire after him.
The novice found the master at his whiteboard, contemplating a single dataflow diagram. The novice recognized it as a minor component of the vast system that the monks were contracted to maintain. Politely, the novice asked what the master was working on.
The master replied: “There is a defect, and I am considering the best way to repair it.”
The novice said, “You preach often about the importance of setting priorities. How, then, can you obsess about something so tiny and unimportant?”
Without saying a word, the master raised his staff and brought it down hard upon the bare left foot of the novice, breaking his smallest toe. The novice screamed in pain and staggered from the cubicle. In that moment, the novice was enlightened.
The Codeless Code: Case 1 The Small Stuff
There’s no food.
Dry Bank Account
Homestuck is over
All my characters
welcome, president trump
Death by feels
World War 3
The pacer test
Got fractured elbow (from pacer test)
there’s no internet
Some of the shortest stories:
1) Those who had coins, enjoyed in the rain.
Those who had notes, were busy looking for a shelter.
2) Man and God both met somewhere,
Both exclaimed – “My creator”
3) He asked are you – “Hindu or Muslim or Christian”?
Response came – I am hungry
4) The fool didn’t know it was impossible –
So he did it.
5) “Wrong number”… Said a familiar voice.
6) What if God asks you after you die –
“So, how was heaven??”
7) “They told me that to make her fall in love I had to make her laugh.
But every time she laughs, I am the one who falls in love.”
8) And finally…. _We don’t make friends anymore, We add them nowadays
Short yet meaningful!