In the past

In the past, people used to actually draw hearts and smilies (as a result of an equation adding initials which are left of this image) – nowadays, they limit themselves to what can be typed:

im Schnee: = <3 xD :D

3 Comments

  1. S

    LOL :) ;)

  2. k

    warum ist der post im feedreader deutsch und hier plötzlich englisch?^^

    • c

      Nun ja, das läuft so:

      – wenn die URL ein “langswitch_lang=en” enthält (was im Feed nicht der Fall sein sollte), wird’s englisch.

      – wenn’s den Parameter nicht gibt, gilt der Cookie vom letzten Besuch.

      – gibt’s den nicht, gilt die Standardsprache des Browsers (sofern de oder en)

      – andernfalls gibt’s deutsch.

      Was bei dir jetzt zutrifft, weiß ich auch nicht…

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