He’s sooo funny to me.
Does anyone send e-cards anymore? I still love hoops&yoyo. Here’s one in honor of Mother’s Day this weekend: What we say vs. what mom hears. Click on the buttons on the left of the card to hear what we say. Then click on the buttons to the right of the card to hear what mom hears.
- “Excuse me mother, can we get a little tasty something to eat when you get a moment?”
- “Oh where’s my sweet mother?”
- “Why yes, mother, we would love to clean our rooms!”
Need more floppy disks to download the WWW from w3schools.com.
I couldn’t help it. Jeopardy’s my favorite show.
Here are some things keeping me entertained this week:
Thanks to Steph for sending this one:
By the way, everyone should watch Secretariat. I saw it last week. It’s a fun, family movie. It reminded me of all my childhood days spent at the track with my uncle. I love John Malkovich but my favorite parts were all seeing all those film cameras (I’m going to bust out my Dad’s FT now) and Diane Lane’s wardrobe.
This is the time of the year when I track airfare prices to Asia. For flights within Asia, Ctrip.com usually has pretty good prices. I got this email from them today. I archived it so I can come back to it later, but something about the email seemed odd to me, but I couldn’t tell what it was. Then I went back to take a second look. Hmm…
Reminds me of the “Labor Promotion” that the Chinese calling card company they use at work sent to me.
This guy is a GENIUS! I wish I were that creative.
Published in The New Yorker 03/15/2010 by Mick Stevens.
Aw man, I can’t believe I missed this deal that was on 2 days ago: Expedia.
“Eat the head!!”
“Put them in your pocket, they’ll see the napkin.”
I love it. High five to Hsin for showing this to me.
…or if you don’t get any, treat yourself to a Klondike Bar.
the little guys get the ice cream
“here’s to you, person who gets told how to file things you know how to file”