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My classmate just threatened the monitor, because his code isn't working.

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  • 17
    I sometimes do that.

    WHY WON'T THIS SHIT WORK
    *hits monitor*
    AH FUCK I HIT THE WRONG THING
    *hits PC*
    REEeeeeeeeeEeEEEEEEeee
  • 2
    It's just an usual thing.
  • 2
    Empty temper meter
  • 2
    @filthyranter you realize later it was that needed to be hit.

    But you cant hit yourself, other devs call you physco.
  • 2
    Totally normal !
  • 7
    The best way is to stay quiet (shows intensity, you know) and show it the finger.

    PS: Double finger could also be use but we're not savages.
  • 4
    dafuq? it is the keyboard that caused the code to appear on the monitor!! He must hit his keyboard not the poor monitor
  • 4
    Introducing him to devRant would be one of the solution.
  • 1
    Don't blame the monitor, blame the PC for not doing what you told it

    (WPF and uncompiled custom elements)
  • 2
    After I yell at or hit my monitor I usually then apologize to it since we both know he isn't the issue, he's just the messenger.

    Then I kick the tower because it's stupid.
  • 1
    That's the first step to debugging.
  • 1
    Doesn't everyone talk to the computer when it doesn't do what you want?
  • 0
    @Hu-bot0x58 that's always an option too 😉 I prefer berating it into submission
  • 1
    Ah, the things we do.
  • 2
    I once encountered someone pointing his middle finger at the monitor for the same reason 😂
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