WP Honey Badger don’t give a shit about only flushing rewrite rules manually or on plugin activation or deactivation. It wants to flush them all the time, on every init!
The WP Honey Badger is now a published author: http://www.blogohblog.com/how-to-integrate-nivo-slider-into-wordpress/
What amazing WP Honey Badger techniques does it include, you ask? Why, it includes such gems as wp_enqueue_script() and even a sneak peek of the upcoming special on child themes. Who knows what else you might dig up. You’re welcome, stupid!
Twitter Bootstrap is pretty badass. What’s that, the icons aren’t GPL? WP Honey Badger don’t give a shit. It uses whatever license it wants and then submits Bootstrap-based themes to the WordPress.org theme repo. Twitter’s honey is my honey, stupid. The WP Honey Badger doesn’t care. It’s getting emailed a hundred times by pissed off stupids whining about licenses. It doesn’t give a shit. It’s productive…and hungry.
query_posts is one of WP Honey Badger’s favorite functions. Like the WP Honey Badger, it has a distinctly long body, broad shoulders, and loose skin which allows it to move about freely and twist around your code, wreaking havoc on all the global variables and running extra queries all over the place. Think WP Honey Badger gives a shit about your precious
$wp_query object? It don’t give a shit about your conditional tags.
What’s that? You want to add and remove things to the user edit screen? Forget hooks, better edit core files.
Oh my god, watch it dig. The @WPHoneyBadger digs into core because it doesn’t give a shit.
— Ryan Duff (@ryancduff) January 20, 2012
Thanks for the Twitter love, stupid!
WP Honey Badger spells WordPress however it wants. It don’t care about capital P’s. What, your precious “p” isn’t capitalized? WP Honey Badger don’t have time for the shift key because it’s hungry.
Now look, that’s a query for the nav menu. You think WP Honey Badger cares? Honey badger doesn’t give a shit. It goes right into your queries and alters all of them. Nothing can stop the WP Honey Badger, not even is_main_query().
WP Honey Badgers have a long body, but a distinctly squat W on its side that’s, you know, a fauxgo. WP Honey Badger don’t give a shit about logo design.
WP Honey Badger don’t care what you were trying to do.