This wasn't made as a joke. This is a real quiz on a security training course my employer requires all developers to do every year.

This encapsulates my entire day.

This is an actual meme used in an architecture meeting in the company I work at. Not only is it a dead meme, they're not even using it correctly.

Typescript is strongly typed
```typescript class Lol { get length() { console.log('Lol. LMAO even.'); return 5; } } const noLolsAllowed = (notALol: string) => { for (let i = 0; i < notALol.length; ++i) { console.log('No lols here'); } } noLolsAllowed(new Lol() as unknown as string); ```

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(this was at least [~8 years ago]( but probably actually from 2012 since that was when github's series A was)

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