Since tripcodes are only alphanumeric 9 chars, we could theoretically just calculate all of them and store them online for quick lookup. This would get rid of tripfags once and for all.
Who with me?
Its actually worse.
9 characters long, each with 39 choices,
39^9 = 2x10^14 possible combinations. Each character uses 1 byte. If you are naively storing chars thats alot of bytes. Would have to have some sort of hash map to do it efficiently.
there's a website with a virtual book of everything that's every been typed or written that generates when you search for it, or you can browse random pages.
something like that must be doable for what OP wants and would mean it takes almost no space at all.