Here’s a cute video. Many of these, but not all, are truth.
Many of these are things I have said — “submitting multiple tickets actually does get it done faster” — though in a much more sarcastic fashion making it clear that I am not actually suggesting that approach. I have said that I love Windows and not in a mocking way. Of the available options these days, it’s grown to be one of the best and its flaws do keep me employed.
Several of the lines literally made me laugh out loud. “It’s not about the money, I do it for the chicks” and “I can’t find any guys to play video games with me” being two of them. I have sincerely said that I feel very appreciated here rather recently. The folks where I work today really do show their appreciation for the job that I do. Though that’s admittedly a rare thing in my career. I have also said that something took less time than I expected it to, but that’s because I often overestimate how long something will take just in case something unexpected pops up during the process. I’ve also said thank you and thanks for being patient, especially when I didn’t overestimate how long something was going to take and something unexpected popped up.
That said, it’s a cute video with much truth in it.
Jonathan posted this comic last year and I’ve had it bookmarked forever waiting for the proper post to use it on and then I decided it deserved its own post. It’s eerily similar to actual conversations I’ve had with True Believers™. You should go read Scenes From A Multiverse a lot. It’s quite good. Though there are some comics I don’t quite grasp. Probably because I’m not as smart as Jonathan is. Still, it’s worth reading even those.
Comedian Daniel-Ryan Spaulding has put together a little video titled “If Gay Guys Said the Shit Straight People Say…” that does an excellent job of putting the shoe on the other foot.
The sad part is, I’ve heard actual people say these actual things to actual gay people. I’ve also had some of them said to me online when I’ve called people out for using bigoted language in voice chat. In particular the line about “I don’t mean gay as in homophobic, but as in stupid” line.
I’m not normally much for Bluegrass music, but this was too cute not to share:
The dog on the right, in particular, has the mannerisms down perfectly.
Simon’s Cat perfectly captures yet another of the joys of being roommates with a feline:
In our house this fun is doubled as it seems to infect both cats at about the same point in time. At least once a night we’ll hear something fall to the floor in another part of the apartment and ask aloud to each other “What the hell was that?”
Keep starting blog entries and then dropping them because they’re not going the way I want them to and I can’t seem to fix them. So here’s a funny picture that sums up the burden of having a beard:
Yeah, it can be tough being me at times.
I don’t claim to have the greatest grammar skills myself and I’ll leave a participle dangling just out of spite, but I try to get the basic stuff right. Stuff like this:
The overuse of “literally” when you don’t actually mean literally is a personal pet peeve.
Movies are cool. People in movies are cool. You’ll never be as cool as the people in movies:
And the inevitable sequel:
Real life kinda sucks in comparison.
This Christmas will be a bittersweet one for fans of Doctor Who as it will see the end of Matt Smith’s incarnation of The Doctor. The folks at Not Literally decided to see him off with an adaptation of Baby It’s Cold Outside: