Due to popular demand, mkdong has been modularized!! I present to you dong.py version 0.0.1.
''' MKdong turned into a module. I think I was smoking crack and/or high on Red Bull this day.
Dong goes into underpants Dong goes into boxers Dong goes into vagina Sperm comes out of dong Sperm goes into vagina Sperm goes into egg Dong goes into mouth Pee comes out of dong Pee goes into toilet Why am I iterating this crap? '''
import os, sys
blue = '\\e[0;34m' # blue
def __init__(self, maxlen=40, color=blue): self.maxlen = maxlen self.color = color self.dong = None def mkdong(self): self.dong = '(_)/(_)' for i in range(self.maxlen): self.dong += '/' self.dong += 'D' os.system('echo -e "%s%s"' % (self.color, self.dong))
class Sperm(Dong): def init(self, count=500): self.count = count self.spermcount() Dong.init(self)
def __repr__(self): return '' % self.count def tighty_whities(self): print 'Tighty Whities lowered your sperm count!' self.count -= 50 def boxers(self): print 'Boxers raised your sperm count!' self.count += 50 def spermcount(self): print 'Sperm count is %d' % self.count def bike_seat(self): print 'asdjfoisadjs' pass def radiation(self): print ':-x' pass def castration(self): print ':(' pass def smoke(self): print 'awwww yeahhhhh.' pass
class Egg(Sperm): pass
if name == 'main':
try: donglen = int(sys.argv) except: print "usage: mkdong " sys.exit() if donglen > maxlen: print 'warning: a %s" dong is too big! cannot be longer than %s"!' % (donglen, maxlen) sys.exit() else: d = dong(donglen) d.mkdong()</pre>
There's really no excuse. I should be ashamed of myself but I'm not.