It’s the weekend. I needed this. 🙂 See you at the library.
“Knock… knock,” he managed to utter, as he lay dying on the desert floor, having gone without water for as long as the human body was capable, in an attempt to tell the driest joke in history.
Saw the following via Avinash Kaushik on Google+. Too good not to share, and on so many levels. It is worth highlighting that the power of the “default option” is a very real one. Organ donation is a good example. Whether organ donation is an “opt-in” (i.e. the default option is […]
Tired and socially exhausted after a very nice company dinner (a common predicament for introverts), I was looking forward to some me-time on the taxi home. But it was not to be — the taxi driver was a little chattier than I’d hoped. Having seen me catch his taxi amongst a group of foreigners […]
There’s a wonderful cartoon on running over at The Oatmeal. Beautiful as always, especially to this avid runner without a chance in hell of winning any running awards (“so why do it?” they ask — not quite understanding that I run for running’s sake. I just don’t get it, either).
Here’s a little video from Brother that you should definitely check out for two reasons: one, it’s funny in a dry humour kind of way; and two, if you care for it you can participate in their promo. http://fast.wistia.com/static/concat/E-v1%2Csocialbar-v1.js// Fyi, I’d actually gotten my wife (then girlfriend) a Brother labeller a […]
Saw this fantastic cartoon on humourlaughs.com (the site’s gone now) about how a bartender uses his new-found knowledge on “logical thinking” to analyse one of his customers.
Saw this video of [what I think is an iguana?] playing this game on a phone. My first thought was that it was going to ace the game. Didn’t do exactly that, but nonetheless played pretty well 🙂
My bottle was half-filled with water, but since I’d pass by the watercooler while on my way to the washroom, I decided to fill it up. After filling my bottle to the brim, I took a few gulps and refilled the amount that I’d just gulped down. But for some […]
“You should get out in the sun more,” she said, “you’re so fair.” “Well,” I replied, “I like to think of myself as fair. And balanced.”