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Alright, so this is kinda weird and I assume only a few of you will appreciate this.

Copy/Paste the following text into notepad, save as "index.html".

<html><body><a href ="http://g̵̰̰͋͐̆̊̌̐̉̓́͂ŏ̷͈̥̺͇͇̠̦̗̫̼̯̫̺̺̃̔͋̃̿͛̀̎̀͘ọ̶̄̅̏̕g̸̛̰̼̰̤͋͛̏̍l̷̞̬͍͕͌͜͝ḛ̸̬͔͖̥͋̓̊̇͑̓̆͘͠͠.com">Test</a></body></html>

(By the way, if I set that off as "code", it looks different)

<html><body><a href ="http://g̵̰̰͋͐̆̊̌̐̉̓́͂ŏ̷͈̥̺͇͇̠̦̗̫̼̯̫̺̺̃̔͋̃̿͛̀̎̀͘ọ̶̄̅̏̕g̸̛̰̼̰̤͋͛̏̍l̷̞̬͍͕͌͜͝ḛ̸̬͔͖̥͋̓̊̇͑̓̆͘͠͠.com">Test</a></body></html>

It's literally the same stuff, just with four spaces in front of the second one.

Anyway, pop that into notepad, save it, open it in... say... firefox. That one's the best here.

Okay, so you'll see that link. It won't actually work but if you right click, view source, you'll see the same thing as the second line I pasted up there.

<Cue Billy Mays voice>

But wait, there's more...

So if you highlight the url part of that and copy/paste that into the address bar, it will turn into the FIRST line line I pasted in.

I demand that someone explain this voodoo magic at once! Because I'm not sure I can coherently explain it myself.

Edit: By the way, google this: g̵̰̰͋͐̆̊̌̐̉̓́͂ŏ̷͈̥̺͇͇̠̦̗̫̼̯̫̺̺̃̔͋̃̿͛̀̎̀͘ọ̶̄̅̏̕g̸̛̰̼̰̤͋͛̏̍l̷̞̬͍͕͌͜͝ḛ̸̬͔͖̥͋̓̊̇͑̓̆͘͠͠.com

Google isn't sure what to do with it.

Alright, so this is kinda weird and I assume only a few of you will appreciate this. Copy/Paste the following text into notepad, save as "index.html". <html><body><a href ="http://g̵̰̰͋͐̆̊̌̐̉̓́͂ŏ̷͈̥̺͇͇̠̦̗̫̼̯̫̺̺̃̔͋̃̿͛̀̎̀͘ọ̶̄̅̏̕g̸̛̰̼̰̤͋͛̏̍l̷̞̬͍͕͌͜͝ḛ̸̬͔͖̥͋̓̊̇͑̓̆͘͠͠.com">Test</a></body></html> (By the way, if I set that off as "code", it looks different) <html><body><a href ="http://g̵̰̰͋͐̆̊̌̐̉̓́͂ŏ̷͈̥̺͇͇̠̦̗̫̼̯̫̺̺̃̔͋̃̿͛̀̎̀͘ọ̶̄̅̏̕g̸̛̰̼̰̤͋͛̏̍l̷̞̬͍͕͌͜͝ḛ̸̬͔͖̥͋̓̊̇͑̓̆͘͠͠.com">Test</a></body></html> It's literally the same stuff, just with four spaces in front of the second one. Anyway, pop that into notepad, save it, open it in... say... firefox. That one's the best here. Okay, so you'll see that link. It won't actually work but if you right click, view source, you'll see the same thing as the second line I pasted up there. <Cue Billy Mays voice> #But wait, there's more... So if you highlight the url part of that and copy/paste that into the address bar, it will turn into the FIRST line line I pasted in. I demand that someone explain this voodoo magic at once! Because I'm not sure I can coherently explain it myself. Edit: By the way, google this: g̵̰̰͋͐̆̊̌̐̉̓́͂ŏ̷͈̥̺͇͇̠̦̗̫̼̯̫̺̺̃̔͋̃̿͛̀̎̀͘ọ̶̄̅̏̕g̸̛̰̼̰̤͋͛̏̍l̷̞̬͍͕͌͜͝ḛ̸̬͔͖̥͋̓̊̇͑̓̆͘͠͠.com Google isn't sure what to do with it.

4 comments

[–] Timmy 2 points (+2|-0)

The only reasonable explanation is that coding is actual magic, with crazy symbols and all that do what you tell it to.

I always figured that computers ran on magic smoke. If you open the computer and let the smoke out, it stops working.