As a child, my friend had a magic 8 ball that we would ask questions to and see what the fate of that question was.
Your challenge is to write a program (or function) that when run (or called), outputs (or returns) a random answer from the possible answers below. (Random being:
each output should have a nonzero chance of occurring but they do not need to meet any other criteria)
The possible answers from the Magic 8-ball are (case-insensitive):
It is certain It is decidedly so Without a doubt Yes definitely You may rely on it As I see it, yes Most likely Outlook good Yep Signs point to yes Reply hazy try again Ask again later Better not tell you now Cannot predict now Concentrate and ask again Don't count on it My reply is no My sources say no Outlook not so good Very doubtful
A random choice from above. Case does not matter.
Standard loopholes are not allowed.
This is code-golf, so the shortest code in bytes for each language wins!
Signs point to yes\$\endgroup\$