For example, there's a menu screen dealing with the real-time analysis of the stuff we're doing on the dialer, summaries of the stats. A typical menu's prompt to make a selection is something boring, like CHOICE: or SELECTION: ... pretty typical stuff. This menu? SUMMARY JUDGEMENT:
It's just little things, but it's the sort of little things that count as hysterical if you're the sort of punster that most geeks wind up turning into. The error messages are amusing, not because they're really inherently funny, but because they're ever so slightly sarcastic.
YOU MUST HAVE FORGOTTEN YOUR PASSWORD!
2? NO ONE CAN BE INTERVIEWED WITH THAT CHOICE!
DID YOU MEAN MAYBE? PLEASE SELECT Y OR N.
There's a reason I prefer geeks as friends. I'd like to think that I'd get along with those lost programmers from 1988.