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Some favorites from EsoLang:

AAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!! is an esoteric programming language by User:Zzo38 (probably) which consists entirely of the letter A, spaces, commas, and exclamation points.
DupDog
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Dupdog is a thing made by Seven Inch Bread that looks like a self-modifying esoteric language.
Homespring
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Homespring, alternatively HOtMEfSPRIbNG, is a high-level esoteric programming language created by Jeff Binder in 2003 with the express intention of being far higher level than anyone would ever reasonably need or want.

...The name stands for Hatchery Oblivion through Marshy Energy from Snowmelt Powers Rapids Insulated but Not Great.
itflabtijtslwi
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pronounced (it-flab-tidge-slee-wee), is an acronym for ignore this fancy little acronym, because this is just that slashes language with input. As the name suggests, it's just /// with input.
Network-Headache
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The purpose of this programming language is that all variables are shared with all Network-Headache programs running, everywhere. Every step (a fixed amount of time), a list of all running programs is made, ordered randomly, and one step is executed of each program, in that order. Variable names are all uppercase letters, nothing else. Numbers are infinitely long non-negative integers.
Omgrofl
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Omgrofl is an esoteric programming language created in 2006 by Juraj Borza. It is equipped with a stack/queue, has support for byte-sized variables and keywords resembling Internet slang. The name comes from combining the slang "words" omg and rofl. Rofl is actually one of Omgrofl's commands.
ZOMBIE
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According to its author David Morgan-Mar, stands for Zombie-Oriented Machine-Being Interface Engine and was designed for necromancers, particularly evil ones.
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what about LOLCODE?
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Or whitespace
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Whitespace is an esoteric programming language developed by Edwin Brady and Chris Morris at the University of Durham. It was released on 1 April 2003 (April Fool's Day). Contrary to most languages, which often ignore most whitespace characters, the Whitespace interpreter ignores any non-whitespace characters. Only spaces, tabs and newlines are considered syntax. An interesting consequence of this property is that a Whitespace program can easily be contained within the whitespace characters of another language, making the same code a polyglot.
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