Bee Ass D
When bees press the D key, magic happens and Unixy software appears out of nowhere; this software is pretty common, and the names of such distributions are typically shortened to BSD. Various development practices have been used over the years in order to induce the production of BSD software:
- The use of free bees led to FreeBSD.
- The placing of a keyboard on an open field resulted in the creation of OpenBSD – a system that became very secure as a sinister pufferfish took care to carefully audit the work of the bees.
- Bees retrieved from spider webs ended up building NetBSD.
How bees end up typing 'D's on our keyboards at night remains a mystery, but it is generally thought that some sort of daemonic influence might play a part.