403 Forbidden: A Geek's Guide to Rejection

This is funny…

From the article:
I’m a geek. Based on the content of this blog, many of my readers are too. But some of you just may have seen a woman at some point. If you have, you have likely been rejected, but don’t understand what she means. This handy guide will put rejection into terms we can all understand HTTP Response codes.

Implementation via PHP:
header(“HTTP/1.0 306 (Unused)”);
“I’m a virgin.”

Read more at seoegghead


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  • M.S. Babaei Mar 25, 2009 @ 22:52

    So funny!
    I’m a virgin too 😀

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