When I’m bored, I will often randomely and pointlessly open the Python shell and type something like:
…and it proceeds to endlessly spew out the word ‘MEMES’ until I either close it or until it crashes. The while keyword starts a loop that will keep repeating itself until its condition is not satisfyed. Some people tend to make a variable that is set to True and say while variable == True:, although with Python you can just say while True: because True is a keyword and not a variable, and thus is constant, meaning it will never change. So, it will endlessly and timelessly print out whatever stupid statement you put into it into the console!