I recently discovered visprint, a nice little C program that generates ifs fractal images from some random input data, for example MD5 hashes. I thank the good monk Intrepid for this discover. I promptly evaluated the MD5 hash for my local perl executable:
me@here ~> md5sum $(which perl) d91e748cd3de2e6a5163a47d907f9007 /usr/local/bin/perl
fed the program with the hash and obtained these Perl flowers.

Now I really feel that I've USED perl...

Flavio (perl -e 'print(scalar(reverse("\nti.xittelop\@oivalf")))')

Don't fool yourself.