Category Archives: Fun Stuff

Best Google doodle EVER

An actual playable PacMan game to celebrate PacMan’s 30th birthday.

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How NOT to ask for support

Today I got this very cryptic email sent from my contact form. I have no idea what this person was trying to ask me.

Most informative email ever - NOT
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Best client request EVER.

Via Clients From Hell:

Can you re-upload the photos on my site? I think they are fading from so many people clicking on them.

Clients From Hell is becoming my favorite blog. Almost everything I read there makes me go “WTF?”.

This is simply brilliant.

I think I’ll do this the next time I have to write a letter to someone I don’t like:

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(via TechCrunch)

I got an important WHAT?

This spam subject gave me a good laugh.

IMPORTANT MASSAGE
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Steele: "This change is being delivered in a teabag!"

Best quote ever.

Transcript:

You know it’s real. You can see it, and you can feel it. This change, my friends, is being delivered in a teabag. And that’s a wonderful thing.

(Via Daily Kos)

Best warning label ever

This jar of cashews actually has a warning label that says it contains cashews. I’d be concerned if it didn’t contain cashews.

Warning: contains cashew

Funniest comment spam ever

Chain letter comment spam
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Live RickRoll

This was one of those awesome moments when an internet meme and the real world come crashing together.

The best Apple support thread EVER

This has to be the best thread ever in Apple’s support discussions. “Susan” writes:

Please help! I took my husband’s i-phone and found a raunchy picture of him attached to an e-mail to a woman in his sent e-mail file (a Yahoo account). When I approached him about this (I think that he is cheating on me) he admitted that he took the picture but says that he never sent it to anyone. He claims that he went to the Genius Bar at the local Apple store and they told him that it is an i-phone glitch: that photos sometimes automatically attach themselves to an e-mail address and appear in the sent folder, even though no e-mail was ever sent. Has anyone ever heard of this happening? The future of my marriage depends on this answer!

Hilarity ensues, including two posts by her husband under fake names.