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You propose to your girlfriend with a script!! I know its corny, but she loved it! She's learning Linux, and some programming stuff, so I thought it would be cute. I had her run it in front of our friends. I'm a new daddy and now I'm getting married in August! Wooo Hooo!!

BTW: I didn't use strict cause I was in a hurry and left it out. Bad Practice, I know I know..
#!/usr/bin/perl -wT sub love { local ( $first, $last ) = @_; print "\nWill You Marry Me, $first $last ??\n"; chomp( $love = <STDIN> ); if ( $love =~ /yes/ ) { &yes } else { print "Error no 1 Kernel Failure Shutting Down\n" } } sub yes { print "\nGood!! I couldn't live without you!!\n\n"; print " **** **** ******* ******* *************** ************* ********* ***** * \n"; } my $a = Danyeal; my $b = Waddell; &love( $a, $b );

-- Yes, I am a criminal. My crime is that of defyance.

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