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Hex codes and chemical formulas are the stuff of roboluv.
HA~! I understand the color codes better than that formula (not a good thing..).
An instant classic! 😀
That’s great!!!!! LOL!
This is too sweet. I need to go play me some Warhammer now. 😉
#666666 skies and
#000000 lonely nights
i’d feel #0000FF
i <3 poet-bot
I second the words of gnomebody.
This is now my favorite Poet-Bot. Ah, back in the days when I used HTML and I knew the hex codes for all of my favorite colors…
Doug! Ur back in #000000;!
my chemistry is a little rusty–that’s sugar, right?
yes, it’s table sugar
Instant classic? Not so instant, as proven by the “geek valentine” t-shirt sold by ThinkGeek since 2005. Inspiration?
@Metai: No, I’ve never seen that shirt – it’s just a coincidence. I’ve seen it happen many times on the big ol’ internet!
@Seraphine: Nice poem!
@Ax: Nice AC/DC reference!
Best nerd comic ever! 😛
:)) Too Funny!!!
I laughed harder at that than maybe I should have… the hex codes really spoke to my inner web geek.
This is so romantic. I wish I had a Poet-Bot of my own to love me unconditionally!
Look me up!
“and so are youf”
[…] Roses […]
shouldn’t it be C6H12O6?
@Becky – there are different types of sugar besides plain glucose. C12H22O11 is sucrose.
#FFA500 you glad you saw this cartoon?
But wait until Pantone sues your @&&…