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My favorite is "Would you like to generate a core file?".
I always say (out loud) "I would like Program XXXXX to work
properly", but it never works. No matter what I type, program
crashes and I get a huge core dump.
My second favorite is one that says:
%PARM-F-UHOSED: Parameters not available
%%%%% We don't care. We have each other, on the Internet. -Dave Barry %%%%%