Fnord

Fnord is a word used in newsgroup and hacker culture to indicate that someone is being ironic, humorous or surreal.[1] Often placed at the end of a statement in brackets (fnord) to make the ironic purpose clear, it is a label that may be applied to any random or surreal sentence, coercive subtext, or anything jarringly out of context (intentionally or not). It is sometimes used as a metasyntactic variable in programming.[2] It appears in the Church of the SubGenius recruitment film Arise! and has been used in the SubGenius newsgroup alt.slack.[citation needed] The word was coined in 1965 by Kerry Thornley and Greg Hill in the Principia Discordia and it was popularized following its use in The Illuminatus! Trilogy, 1975.

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