I had a particularly challenging code bug to work on today. As is often the case, I blamed it on elves.
Not the kind of elves you’re thinking of. These are not those kinds of elves. The elves I’m talking about are more like gremlins, the weird little creatures that damage WWII fighters and freak out William Shatner if you feed them after midnight. Only with software.
You’re thinking of one of the other kinds of elves. There are three main kinds of elves: elves that bake cookies, elves that make toys for Christmas, and elves that fight orcs.
Unfortunately, that got me thinking. What if there were a kind of elf that makes Christmas cookies for orcs? (Disclaimer: Yes, I actually thought this.)
So naturally, my next thought was, “What kind of cookies would elves make for orcs?” (Disclaimer: There is nothing natural about this thought. Even I can tell that.)
The obvious answer is, of course, orcerdoodles.
Unless you have coconut handy. Then you can make orcaroons.
But if you don’t have time to bake, you can always buy Orceos.
Or, if you’re on a budget, Uruk-haidrox.
Author’s note: I have needed to get this out of my head all day. The only way I know to do that is to transfer it to you. I regret the inconvenience. To misquote TV spokesagent Samuel L. Fury, “What’s in your imagination?”
Author’s other note: The above post contains numerous stereotypes that might be offensive to the Elvish-American community. I don’t care. They keep messing up my code. If they don’t like it, they can go back to their hollow trees at the North Pole of Middle-Earth.