Jolly Code

Not all code has to be serious business™

What we program doesn't always have to be practical, efficient, etc. Sometimes, it can just be something that makes us laugh or smile. Jolly Code is a celebration of fun programming projects.


"With all this internet going around, sometimes you just want to experience the thrill of a long page load. Give your users the chance to enjoy a little slice of the future by slow loading your website's images with ComcastifyJS!"



"You want fart noises as you scroll? We've got you covered."

Not Hotdog for Android and iOS

"What would you say if I told you there is a app on the market that tell you if you have a hotdog or not a hotdog. It is very good and I do not want to work on it any more. You can hire someone else."



"An npm package to check if a number is equal to 13."


"The eternal morally vigilant programming language"


"A programming language based on the one liners of Arnold Schwarzenegger"


"Fetlang is a statically typed, procedural, esoteric programming language and reference implementation. It is designed such that source code looks like poorly written fetish erotica."


"Elevator.js fixes those awkward "scroll to top" moments the old fashioned way."


"lolcommits takes a snapshot with your webcam every time you git commit code, and archives a lolcat style image with it. git blame has never been so much fun."


"Rainbows and unicorns!"

No Code

"No code is the best way to write secure and reliable applications. Write nothing; deploy nowhere."

GitHub Contributions

"A tool that generates a repository which being pushed into your GitHub account creates a nice contributions calendar."


"Emojicode is an open-source, full-blown programming language consisting of emojis."

Not Paid

"Client did not pay? Add opacity to the body tag and decrease it every day until their site completely fades away."


Why is this website in Comic Sans?

Because I doubt I will ever get another opportunity to use it.

What if I want to add an entry, have a problem with something, or have any other feedback?

Please don't hesitate to open an issue or pull request. You can also send me a message on Twitter.