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Damn You Auto Correct! - Funny iPhone Fails and Autocorrect Horror Stories

Damn You Auto Correct! - Funny iPhone Fails and Autocorrect Horror Stories

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John Cleese’s Eulogy for Graham Chapman: ‘Good Riddance, the Free-Loading Bastard, I Hope He Fries’ The British comedian Graham Chapman delighted in offending people. As a writer and actor with the legendary Monty Python troupe, he pushed against the boundaries of propriety and good taste. When his writing partner John Cleese proposed doing a sketch on a disgruntled man returning a defective toaster to a shop, Chapman thought: Broken toaster? Why not a dead parrot? And in one particularly outrageous sketch written by Chapman and Cleese in 1970, Chapman plays an undertaker and Cleese plays a customer who has just rung a bell at the front desk: “What can I do for you, squire?”

HOW TO ANSWER: What Are Your Salary Expectations? HOW TO ANSWER: What Are Your Salary Expectations? You’ve worked hard to perfect your resume and land that all-important big interview. This means, though, that the battle is only just beginning. ReadyBoost Overview[edit] Using ReadyBoost-capable flash memory (NAND memory devices) for caching allows Windows Vista and later to service random disk reads with better performance than without the cache. This caching applies to all disk content, not just the page file or system DLLs. Flash devices typically are slower than a mechanical hard disk for sequential I/O, so, to maximize performance, ReadyBoost includes logic that recognizes large, sequential read requests and has the hard disk service these requests.[1] When a compatible device is plugged in, the Windows AutoPlay dialog offers an additional option to use the flash drive to speed up the system; an additional "ReadyBoost" tab is added to the drive's properties dialog where the amount of space to be used can be configured.[2] The minimum cache size is 250 MB. In Vista or with FAT32 formatting of the drive, the maximum is 4 GB.

5 Funny And Adorable Pet Websites To Brighten Your Day - PetAg Brighten up these long days of spring showers with a little pet humor. Our pets always have a way of brightening up even our darkest days. Whether you need a furry shoulder to cry on, a cuddle buddy on a lonely night or just someone to listen while you talk, pets are always there for you. After all, there is a reason they are man’s best friend! French Jokes Did you know the toothbrush was invented by the French? If it had been invented by anyone else it would have been called the Teethbrush. Q: when was the last good french barbecue? A: 1431, and it involved Joan of Arc Q: Why don't the French Barbeque? A: The snails keep slipping between the grills.

How ampersand came from a misunderstanding Johnson & Johnson, Barnes & Noble, Dolce & Gabbana: the ampersand today is used primarily in business names, but that small character was once the 27th part of the alphabet. Where did it come from though? The origin of its name is almost as bizarre as the name itself. The shape of the character (&) predates the word ampersand by more than 1,500 years. In the first century, Roman scribes wrote in cursive, so when they wrote the Latin word et which means “and” they linked the e and t. Over time the combined letters came to signify the word “and” in English as well. OLAP cube An example of an OLAP cube An OLAP cube is an array of data understood in terms of its 0 or more dimensions. OLAP is an acronym for online analytical processing.[1] OLAP is a computer-based technique for analyzing business data in the search for business intelligence.[2] Terminology[edit]

FUNNY STUFF A carefully selected collection of the funniest stuff anywhere! Warning: Some of these pages are incredibly funny, and you read them at your own risk - I accept no responsibility! (particularly for time lost due to rolling on the floor). Enjoy! STAIRS, a very funny short story. PARACHUTE, simple little joke but quite amusing.

Humor Theories and the Physiological Benefits of Laughter There are 3 main theories used to explain the functions of humor: (1) the relief theory, (2) the incongruity theory, and (3) the superiority theory. While these theories focus on the specific role that humor plays for people in situations... more There are 3 main theories used to explain the functions of humor: (1) the relief theory, (2) the incongruity theory, and (3) the superiority theory. While these theories focus on the specific role that humor plays for people in situations such as dealing with misfortune, making sense of rule violations, and bonding with others, we propose that underlying each of these theories are the physiological benefits of laughter. We draw on findings from empirical studies on laughter to demonstrate that these physiological benefits occur regardless of the theory that is used to explain the humor function.

Know These 9 Commonly Confused Pairs? by Dictionary.com Slideshow Know These 9 Commonly Confused Pairs? [im-uh-nuhnt] Though these three words may sound exasperatingly similar, they have three very different meanings. When something is imminent, it is destined to happen e.g. "the imminent sunset." Steve Jobs dies at 56 By Dan Gallagher, MarketWatch Reuters Steve Jobs speaks at an Apple event in San Francisco in June that was destined to become the co-founder's final official appearance as head of the company.. Entertaining Websites List A quirky compilation of bookmarks found in old or used books, giving a curious insight into the previous owner's life - especially interesting with those found in much older books. The makeshift bookmarks come in forms of letters from friends, travel tickets, old family photos and other interesting trinkets. Entertaining websites Correspondence between designers and crudely uninformed clients, made comical through the unquestionable stupidity and ignorance of the customer. Whether they're requesting the impossible, or can't understand the concept of paying designers, you're sure to be humoured and surprised by the discussions. A heavily user-controlled content sharing platform, on the front lines of current internet trends.

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