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Melicious wrote 7h15 15 h1l4r10u5...(this is hilarious) \'There\'s no place like 127.0.01\'..12 7001 (iz tool - his tool) I get quote on shirt differently than a few more humans LMFSAO
Bill wrote This was kinda funny, but not an exact translation, as Jerad already said the term "loop back" address is more commonly used. If you want to do a network joke that more people would get, you could make a shirt that says "Full Duplex : I go both ways"
Anna wrote I do get it.
Boss wrote no place like home
ayekat wrote "home" is a bit confusing, it's rather "localhost"...
I prefer this:
There's no place like ~
vazha wrote it should've been written using monospace font...
WeSurvivedTheMayanApocalypse wrote It's a new world, usher in the age of ::1
The Other Guy wrote @domo
Simply put, in geek speak, this says: "There is no place like home."
Thomas wrote It means there is no place like home.
Jared wrote 127.0.0.1 is a Home I.P. It is In computer networking, localhost (meaning this computer) is the standard hostname given to the address of the loopback network interface. Simply put, when a user sends data to localhost, they will receive their own data. This mechanism is useful for programmers to test their software during development. The name is also a reserved top-level domain name (cf. .localhost), set aside to avoid confusion with the narrower definition as a hostname.