So in my day job I work with a java framework called Grails.  (It's pretty amazing, and often very fun to work with.)  One thing about Grails is that almost every sub feature of it has a name that starts with a G. (It's a bit like Ruby on Rails, except the language underneath is called groovy.  It's Groovy on Grails, see?)

 This random picture of a woman in a g-string bikini isn't gratuitous at all.  It's post context!  Riiiight.

This random picture of a woman in a g-string bikini isn't gratuitous at all.  It's post context!  Riiiight.

One thing that always makes me laugh is that there's a special kind of string-handling in Groovy called a "g-string."  They look like this. "${some executable code}"

I was joking around about this with some friends of mine in a chatroom, and made a textual pun about it. "${bikini}".

My friend Josh made me actually snort with his reply, "${on_a_guitar}."

I don't know, maybe he's just got less of a dirty mind than me.


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AuthorMako Allen
Categories365 Gratitude