English has numerous words for the same thing. Try to say a guy is cute, handsome, beautiful, or hot in Portuguese and it all translates to "Bonito".
The environmental value of your body's chemical components is totally negligible compared to what you consume over your lifetime.
This is oversimplification to the point of just plain wrong. There are chemicals in your body (and your food) that took centuries of effort and huge investments of energy for the biosphere to put together just right so you could live on them. No, I'm not talking the chemical energy in the molecular bonds, I'm referring to the long, convoluted path from inorganic raw material to useful proteins and other specialized molecules that life depends on. It is an insult to life and our planet to just burn them into constituent atoms. This composting method recycles them into the biosphere almost intact, tho they do go into simpler life forms.
I've been looking for a legal way to do this for at least 40 years. I'd prefer being fed to a few carnivores (lions would be nice) with the poop being composted, but this will do.
Make your code funny. Compilers make the same binary size whether your variables are one letter or a whole sentence long. Tell jokes, rag on your boss and co-workers (nicely!), make error messages a hilarious variable with the serious message inside. The best place is when you output a message to the user and need them to hit a key before you continue. Most languages need a variable as part of the input statement, but you'll never reference that variable again. It's perfect for snide remarks that only other coders will see. My favorite tho is when I once wrote
Open(the.pod.bay.doors.Hal) else print Im.SorryDave.I.cant.do.that
with properly assigned values. It compiled & ran fine, but wow did it get a good laugh from a nearby cubicle a few months later. It livens up the workday and you'll be thanked for it.
The fancy is indeed no other than a mode of memory emancipated from the order of space and time. -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge