There's been a while since BSD systems have this easter egg in the shutdown command source, "Die you gravy sucking pig dog" embedded into the name of the function the performs the actual halt or reboot.

FreeBSD has it(line 96):

void die_you_gravy_sucking_pig_dog(void);

OpenBSD has it(line 93):

void __dead die_you_gravy_sucking_pig_dog(void);

NetBSD has it(line 100):

static void die_you_gravy_sucking_pig_dog(void) __dead;

Even Apple has it too, but they #ifdef-ed it to another name since they don't condone that kind of shit:

#ifdef __APPLE__ void log_and_exec_reboot_or_halt(void); #else void die_you_gravy_sucking_pig_dog(void); #endif

This kind of source code profanity is really common in the open source world ,thus no news here. :-)

I wonder for how long has this gravy sucking pig dog been wondering the BSD sources, maybe it can be traced back to Berkley BSD? If you happen to know, please feel free to share with us in a comment to this post.

Oh, almost forgot, and Linux is not better, for eg. here is a graph of a small selection of swear words in the Linux kernel or if you wan't to see a more entertaining piece, then grab a bag of popcorn and read through file:///Sebastian/Droge/please/choke/on/a/bucket/of/cocks(that's an http url ofc) bug on Debian. Enjoy.