I recently wrote a module Net::LiveJournal to allow me to programmatically post to my journal. Me and my friends all have them, and we have our little injokes. One amongst us isn't a very experienced typist; when we talk on messenger programs, he always misspells "post" as "psot". For some reason, he can't seem to spell it, or even misspell it another way.
The upshot of this is that using "psot" as a synonym for the verb "post" when referring to our journals has passed into our lexicon. Hence, when I created my module, I wrote a sub post to post an entry, and I also wrote a wrapper sub called psot to call post with the same arguments.
Well, I found it amusing at the time... :p
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