stolen from Twitter: which HTTP 400-level code describes your sex life?
original post: https://twitter.com/HappySinger/status/1369892766960869379
@clarfonthey 500 Internal Server Error
@firstname.lastname@example.org 403 and 412
@clarfonthey 404: Sex life not found.
@clarfonthey 504 Gateway Timeout
@email@example.com 403 gang 😤
"See results" - 139 oz !
@clarfonthey 418. Definitely 418. "I'm a little teapot, short and stout...."
@clarfonthey 410: Gone.
@clarfonthey omg this is pure gold
@clarfonthey tbh for me its a 500-level code instead, being ace and all
What so if I click the boxes it will steal my identity and sell it?
Polyamorous, but I'm relationship anarchy and my husband is closed polyam. We'd both like other relationships, but not under conditions (that the other would accept). 😅
@yaaps That's not an HTTP status code :|
It's a Proxy Authentication Timeout
@clarfonthey which option is “needs more snuggles”
(I voted 417 and 428 fwiw)
@clarfonthey dammit I missed unprocessable entity
@clarfonthey Upgrade Required
@clarfonthey 204 no content
@clarfonthey the number of teapots hints the (even higher) number of teabagging
@clarfonthey Not found for me either.
It depends... it's mostly a 50x error...
502 - Bad Gateway
503 - Service Unavailable (if ace phase)
504 - Gateway Timeout (unclear / wrong answer)
509 - Bandwidth Limit Exceeded (no spoons left)
@clarfonthey there's a license plate in my neighbourhood called HH404H. And I always read that as: Muhahaha, page not found.
@clarfonthey I think I need the 500-level series to describe mine because my sex drive is itself faulty
@clarfonthey Lots of teapots on Masto.... 🫖
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