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I have a strong dislike for var. Makes me guessing the data type while reviewing someone's code. It's a true irritant. May be I'm very old school, but this is how I feel. I cannot look at a variable name without it's data type explicitly specified.
Starting to think people post kid pics in their profiles because that was the last time they were cute - Jeremy Falcon.
dynamic is part of the Dynamic Language Runtime, which allows interoperability with loosely typed languages such as Ruby (or so I'm told).
It also comes in handy when using late binding with COM objects.
And I've used it once or twice with some Type<T> where T isn't really important, but can't be deduced, for example List<T>.Count.