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Search - "git push origin master -f"
Wife: commit, and come to bed..
> git commit -m "wife wants me to go to bed"
> git push origin master -f16
Probably posted before, still funny!
alias yolo='git commit -am "DEAL WITH IT" && git push -f origin master'1
*reviewing huge PR in the morning
Me: What is worse than a PR with 71 file changes
Friend: A PR with 89 file changes that has 20 merge conflict
Me: fair enough1
Boss(In company chat): Guys we only need 100 votes to win this award.Do vote and also push your friends and family to vote.
Me: git push -f origin master
Boss: I'll see you tomorrow.
Me: git reset HEAD --hard.
(I think I am gonna get fired)1
Something to cheer you up mid-week:
> alias yolo='git commit -am "DEAL WITH IT" && git push -f origin master'
Hmm. This code needs refactoring.
*recodes on Local and uploads*
Works on my branch.
*git push origin master and merge*
Works on Dev.
*deploy to Test*
Works on Test.
*deploy to Live*
*compares Live to Test, Dev, and Local*
No f$@%^%%$# difference!?!!
*quits development and lives under a bridge*5
Force pushing a better version in a different language to the repo of a program that I wrote 2 years ago. It was sort of a memory, but I mainly looked at it to feel better about my current coding style.
I don't want to take comfort in knowing that I'm getting better. I know that, and it feels like false affirmation. If anything, I want to know that I'm good compared to others, not compared to a previous, dumber version of me. I'll never get to beat him anyway.1