One of our developers, Scott, was well-known at MousePaw Media for possessing a lethally dry wit. I made the mistake of asking once for a "yay or nay" on something, and from then ever afterwards, he'd respond to yes/no questions with "yay" or "nay". It caught on at the company, even prompting a pair of yay-nay T-shirts to be made for our holiday gift exchange.
When we wrote IOChannel, a featureful wrapper around C++'s std::iostream, we offered a few formatting flags for printing boolean variables. Among those is the undocumented bool_scott...
bool foo = true;
ioc << bool_scott << foo << io_end;
...which would output...
Meanwhile, the official (still unpublished) specification for our upcoming language contains these little gems...
ERROR 22: Paradox. Something impossible happened.
ERROR 22: Paradox. Computer will now self-destruct.
Error 22 is actually useful for "can't happen" scenarios. There will be some way get it to print out the second message instead, though.
ERROR 42: Unknown question.
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