I had no idea how people would react to this smutty poem. Which was part of the fun. I'd like to apologize to jdporter and others who were offended by it.
In my defense, I'd like to point out that one of the first Perl poems ever written,
was presented in
"without comment, merely to show how disgusting the metaphors of a typical programming language really are". Should such debauchery as:
kill the next sacrifice, each sacrifice,
wait, redo ritual until "all the spirits are pleased";
do it ("as they say").
take the blame for encouraging poor taste in Perl poets that follow? Or is this sort of unfortunate verse inevitable in a language with built-ins: sin, kill, die, chop, crypt, ... and so on?
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