Patti (whipartist) wrote,
Patti
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Hey, baybee, wanna network?

A friend of mine sent me a link to ThinkGeek's HTTPanties Valentine's Gift Box today. It's basically a heart-shaped gift box with two pairs of panties inside. The white pair says "403 Forbidden", and the black pair says "200 OK".

For those of you who aren't geeks, those are two common response codes that a webserver sends back. OK, it's geek humor.

I sent this to B, and we started riffing on the various HTTP response codes that they left off, but would make truly excellent panties. In the list were:

302 Redirected (up/down? front/back?)
300 Multiple choices
101 Switching protocols
204 No content
405 Method not allowed
409 Conflict
406 Not acceptable
411 Length required
412 Prcondition failed
400 Bad request
303 See other

And my three favorites:

402 Payment required
417 Expectation failed
413 Request entity too large
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