This week I used an editor and had to make some changes with it in a small project. It was a repeating task with a lot of small changes and at the end of each iteration the editor did a tiny small thing different from what I was expecting it to do. Nothing big, but after each change, it became more annoying.

At the 5th or 6th edit, this glitch became really annyoing and I wanted to scream angrily: "What stupid lame programmer wrote this f*cking part of that editor!?"

This was when I stopped, and remembered: "OMG. That was me."
In fact, I had implemented that part of the editor years ago and it was totally my fault. Too bad.
At least I was able to fix this problem afterwards :)

five comments, already:

very very funny.
kinjalkishor () - 06 08 09 - 17:51

Awesome.. hehe.. lol.
MasterGod () (link) - 07 08 09 - 01:54

sounds familiar ;)
mtd - 07 08 09 - 12:35

Indeed. Sometime I prefer to rewrite the whole code of any project instead restrict myself with some old design issues. Why should be like project code married? :)
I even remember one situation when rewrote one project only for one week compared to several months with the first solution;
etcaptor - 10 08 09 - 17:42

Lol … that’s really funny. I think every programmer knows that problem.
Brainsaw (link) - 11 08 09 - 07:50

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