I personally believe that you're right: "al dente" which is to say tough! As an old Testament's god. Which is not to say He's not also warm, and "smoking" and soo tasty. Oh, and that thing (warnings, warnings!) about spaghetti code! He brings warmth and goodness to this poor world: in fact in a few minutes I'm having a dish of spaghetti as a rite celebrating all this - mind you, I'm Italian (and not terribly proud of it, especially as of late... due to "political" reasons, but in any case:) you can't trick me! ;)
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