created by Brian LeRoux & Andrew Lunny. sparodically uncurated by David Trejo.

2010 02 23 makes perfect sense

Ha! This one is great.

3 > 2 > 1 // false

Remember how true sometimes has a value so in the above 3 > 2 evaluates to true making the second part of the expression evaluate true > 1 which is false. Of course! Thanks to void_0 for this one!

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