I didn’t think someone would take the time, but the not-so-lazy web has proven me wrong again. Someone actually wrote an [LOLCode](http://lolcode.com/ “LOLCODE”) dialect and an accompanying translator that converts to valid Python code. Of course, it’s called [LOLPython](http://www.dalkescientific.com/writings/diary/archive/2007/06/01/lolpython.html “LOLPython”), and it’s truly fascinating. I’m looking forward to playing with it once I get some extra time.
I figured the [lolcat meme](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lolcats “Lolcat – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”) had died out by now, but it seems to be experiencing a resurgence. Maybe my personal favorite knock off, [lolpaul](http://lolpaul.com/), had something to do with it? 🙂
LOLPython FTW! LOL!!
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