A few years back I posted my first obfuscated bit to clpm. OK, so
it's really only barely obfuscated ornithological quackery (never
really had the knack for obfuscation) -- at least I'm not asking you
to read my poetry! Anyway, it went something like this:
$_="faufakfacfadfas"; # some arbitrary string.
$not=q=q+q-q-+=; # q equals q plus q minus q, right?
s$d|u|c|k|s\$$\$not$geese; # seems fowl.
s a.\ay?.+aprint uc $&ae; # <ducking>...(sic)
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