Do you know those journal memes that tell you to list ten or so of your friends and then answer some questions with them in? Like, "If 3 and 6 baked a cake together, what flavor is it?"
This is a generator of such questions. You put in some names of your friends, copy-paste (or rewrite) the ten questions it throws together for you, and then answer them somewhere. If you like this little assistent, it'd be grand if you could link back here so that others can find it.
Thanks to everyone who helped with the ideas, and the ones who came up with the original memes of that kind.
Also everyone who commented, faved and shared their crazy questions and answers! Very fun to watch. Edit: (Do2Mo3Y2o10) Messed a bit with the coding (it now remembers names for the next round!), and added some more placeholders. Hope everything still works as, well, much as it did before.Edit: (Do3M1oY2o08) I DID fix a few of the smaller problems, but kept forgetting to upload it! But, here we go.Mysteries of the Meme:"How did you do this?"
I'm not a big programmer, so those aren't really all that hard to make. You WILL need to know how dynamic textfields in Flash work, and then there's a non-fatal buttload of random and not-so-random variables, arrays, and a bunch of if-thens. And maybe a for-loop or two. I apologize if this isn't much help. Also, mind you, I kept the programming simple - the meme's dumbness can be half the fun, I mean, come ON, don't tell me you took this meme and expected SERIOUS questions."It didn't use some of the names I put in!"FIXED!
It won't just ignore any of the names you picked anymore. For the moment at the cost of the name order not being randomized, but I'll change that again as I redo the coding of this thing."It used the same name twice in one question!"FIXED!
No more evil twins. Or at least, it's far more unlikely now. After all, evil twins DO exist."A question showed up twice or more!"
Not fixed yet, but it doesn't seem all that fatal for the moment."The program skipped a question, or I pressed "Next" too early! Can you put in a Back button?"
If I ever redo the thing completely, there'll be more varied questions, placeholders, and I'll see what's the best way to solve this. Until then, good luck, and don't press "Next" too early.Questions not making sense, being awkward as heck, not using proper grammar:
Make the best of it.