Humorous Funny Lazyness
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Tech Support: "May I ask what operating system you are running today?" Customer: "A computer." A girl walked into the computer center where I work. She said she was having problems with her Mac. I asked what kind of Mac she had. In an indignant voice, she replied, "Duh, Intosh."
Wenn man nicht aufpasst, kann es passieren, dass man ohne es zu merken gleich mehrere Stunden auf der “ Dear blank, please blank ” Homepage verbringt. Wenn ich nicht so vorsichtig wär, würde ich wahrscheinlich jetzt noch dasitzen und eine lustige Kurznachricht nach der anderen lesen. Wer von euch ausreichend Zeit hat, sollte sich die Seite nicht entgehen lassen. Es ist jedoch besser die Finger davon zu lassen, wenn man noch bei der Arbeit ist. Für diejenigen habe ich hier eine kurze Light-Version zusammengestellt:
Everybody loves a good prank… unless you are the one on the receiving end of the fun. It’s time to hone your pranking skills, not just to make sure you are the best, but so you can avoid being pranked by others. Yeah, sure, we could go with the old standards, like a blue screen of death screensaver or something like that, but it’s time to use our geek skills and come up with something better. We’ll cover some of the old favorites too, but maybe with a twist. Note: Many of these pranks require being able to access somebody’s computer physically, and many others require them to leave their PC logged in and unattended. You’ll have to plan accordingly.
Amsterdam-based photographers Blommers and Niels Schumm both studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam and started working together in 1998. They operate in a zone between fashion, art and photography, with shifting perspectives, where images move back and forth between different meanings. In this shoot for Baron Magazine, Blommers and Schumm made normal objects appear erotic. ‘It’s nice that people think they are perverts, looking at these boring still lifes,’ they say. [ via Feature Shoot ] <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
If you like this blog and have not yet joined up as a member of the China Law Blog Group on Linkedin, you are really missing out. About two weeks ago, I asked the Group to list out what they thought to be the best ten books on China business. Within about a week, Forbes Magazine asked me to write an article on the same thing. That article, entitled, “ Best 10 Books On China: Planning your first business trip to China? Here’s a guide, ” just came out today.
Piston-engine airplanes in the movies are unusually subject to engine failure. This failure mode is unique to filmdom - engine coughs, keeps running. Hero doesn't notice. Then it stutters, catches again.
Answering Machine Funny Answering Machine Messages ... "Hi, you have reached the Borg collective.
Overheard this on a London bus: First Woman : "I don't know what to get Fred for his birthday." Second Woman : "Why don't you get him a book?" First Woman : (after a moment's thought) "Nah, he's already got a book." At the fish hatchery where I work, we have a small display that describes the now-extinct Michigan Grayling (a kind of fish). This summer, I had the following conversation with a tourist: