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Friday, 27 July 2007

The Open Devil’s Dictionary

The first thing I had read online back in the early days of the WWW, c ’92, was The Devil’s Dictionary; well, that and ASCII schematics for explosives but that’s another tale. This led to The Devil’s Dictionary X, née The Devil’s Dictionary 2000 (DD2K) in late 1998.

The The Devil’s Dictionary X is somewhat popular—moreso than this part of the site. It’s been linked and quoted on other sites a couple of thousand times and even in a national newspaper in Australia; hey, it is a country.

I think everyone has at least one good satirical or humorous definition inside. Go post yours and make me rich, uh, I mean, realize your dream of being funny for once in your life.

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