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You know how all the camps, cods, etc, etc talk about using route map names that you can easily indentify? I always seem to name mine out of anger, frustration, or just joy for the task that I am currently working on.

For example:

ISUKATTHIS

WHYAMIDOINGTHIS

WHYDOIWORKINIT

IHATECCIEPURSUIT

OMGTHISLABSUCKS

PLEASEENDTHISTORTURE

WHYDIDIGETMARRIED

MANINEEDTOSHOWER

WHATISFORDINNER

DIDITAKEOUTTHEGARBAGE

BABIESRPOOPFACTORIES

JUNIPERROCKSTHEHOUSE

Maybe if I use some of these on the lab the proctors would get a kick out of it…

Comments

6 Responses to “Route-map Names”

  1. Caue Wailemann on August 30th, 2008 9:04 pm

    LOL! Funny man! I don´t usually do the same, but sometimes I feel like it! 🙂

    Cheers,
    Caue Wailemann

  2. cciepursuit on August 30th, 2008 10:06 pm

    LOL!!! “IDARETHISPROCTORTOFAILME” is actually an IOS cheat code that will guarantee you passing grade on the lab. Or is it unlimited lab attempts? I can’t remember but you should definitely use it in the real lab. 🙂

  3. CCIE Journey on August 30th, 2008 10:13 pm

    LOL that and the Juniper one should help out my score. God help them if they interview me as well 😛

    “…any questions for us? Yes why is your stock sucking it up lately? Fix that shit will you!”

  4. Joe A on August 31st, 2008 12:05 am

    Nice Carl…I always found funny variable names to be a good way to find some humor in this sort of thing.

    My buddy and I always used the variable “pants” for damn near anything…it makes such a great variable in so many ways.

    pants.zip — unzip pants

    In UNIX you could tar pants

    IOS — enable secret pants

    UNIX – touch pants, rm pants

    Perl – require pants, open pants, split pants, flush pants…

    C Programming – Switch pants, free pants

    SQL – Select pants, insert into pants, drop pants

    Remember kids, when you choose a good variable name, the fun never ends!

  5. CCIE Journey on August 31st, 2008 12:15 am

    I miss rm * -rf 🙁

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