(Via Loading Artist.)
Gregor knows me better than I know myself.
(Via Bo’s Cafe Life.)
I’ve bought three cheesecakes this month. One was for me, I’ll admit to that straight away; the second was an apology cake; the third was for my brother’s birthday. That means statistically, one-third of the cakes I’ve bought recently have been directly related to gluttony. I’m not proud of that number, but, well, at least it’s not more than 33%. Yet.
(Via The Oatmeal.)
An eloquent example of the difference between “sneak peek” and “sneak peak,” courtesy of the ingenious Matthew Inman.
(Via Extra Fabulous Comics.)
That seldom-acknowledged, often-practiced universal truth: taking your shirt off makes every situation more intense.
(Via SlugBooks Studios.)
Flail your arms angrily if you’ve ever shelled out the big bucks for an unused textbook and lived to tell about it. ;)
Applies to writers as well. ;)
With a little tweaking, this can be applied to the ultimate app—Windows 8:
Want to use an inconsistent version of our OS where you can’t get your work done without constantly having to toggle back and forth between two separate, opposing user interfaces?
Upgrade to Windows 8!
Yes. Bitter much.
(Via Loading Artist.)
Gregor has summarized the intricacies of geekdom in a seven-panel webcomic. As a reader, I’m delighted. As a geek…I’m painfully aware that my complexion is about as white as the stick-figures above.
(Via Crazy Metro.)
Because I’ve totally done this before:
Ever had those days where you were tired from work, school or doing an assignment. And you slept with your eye glasses on? then the moment you felt something while you were asleep,. you found out that your eye glasses were broken…
Just as annoying: falling asleep on the TV remote so that the weight of your thunder thighs pressing on the “channel up” button for eight hours straight ends up completely draining the batteries—to say nothing of conking out with your laptop in your arms, only to wake up the next morning to find it lying on the floor. Face down. With the disc drive fully ejected.
Dear gravity: sometimes I hates you.
The Oatmeal Man Special Edition DVD—limited run! » Happy End: once the home of the Friendly Oatmeal Factory, now a long-forgotten ghost town in the middle of nowhere—and an unintended stopover for six best friends who are about to discover the true meaning of terror.
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Yesterday’s future is today’s past—an unabashed Turbo Kid homage.
Not smart enough to be a geek, too smart to be a jock. The C student T-shirt.