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Profanity is a language all programmers speak fluently. The amount of cursing and swearing can get excessive when doing a code review, especially if you are the BDFL of a project like Linux, so better warn your co-workers if you can't hold back. This design shows a yellow caution sign with the warning "I CURSE WHEN I REVIEW CODE". Suitable for work, code sprints and hackathons and it makes for a not-so-subtle gift for your cursing coding peers.
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Design published: by Ramiro Gómez
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