Despite insistence that it’s vital for successful datacenter management and only hurts if you don’t do it right, the CS major girlfriend of Senior Travis Davies persists in her refusal to try any variety of back-end testing.

“I just want to spice things up,” Davies said, “As a couple who codes, we’ve been going at it the same way for as long as we’ve known each other. Come on, this has to be something every API development team tries at least once in their partnership, isn’t it?”

Davies reportedly offered to bring his girlfriend to a class on the topic, but she outright refused on the grounds that it was unnecessary, unnatural, and really just icky.

“Once she realizes how many of her friends do it, I bet she’ll be down,” Davies went on, “She doesn’t realize how common it’s become. Frankly, I’m just trying to make sure we stay at the forefront of innovation. What’s so pervy about that?”

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