This was inspired by the recent file making its rounds on the Net describing how to shoot yourself in the foot in a variety of programming languages. Now, the madness is extended to operating systems.
You shoot yourself in the foot.
You keep running up against the one-bullet barrier.
The gun blows up in your hand.
The gun is so huge and unwieldy that you have to keep swapping it from one hand to the other.
The gun and the bullet aren't speaking to each other any more.
It's easy to shoot yourself in the foot--just point and shoot.
You can shoot yourself in the foot with either a .38 or a .45.
The Terminator shoots you in the foot. A T-Rex bites your other foot.
The gun isn't compatible with your foot.
You learn how to shoot yourself in the foot with a Saturday Night Special.
Generous programmers from around the world all join forces to help you shoot yourself in the foot for free.
You'll be able to shoot yourself in the foot Real Soon Now.
IBM shoots you in the foot.
\FOOT\ ambiguous: supply more toes.
The gun works pretty well, except that few people use one and it's impossible to find bullets.
The bullets work pretty well, but they don't make guns for it any more.
You shoot yourself in the foot with an Uzi.
You shoot all of your friends' feet simultaneously.