When you hear that one of your tires has been slashed, there’s usually one specific thing that people picture. An angry passer-by, a sharp blade, and an expensive bill. Thankfully, someone took pity and did a much better version of the classic attack.
This is a perfect prank, and here’s why. The best kinds of pranks require fear – thinking your tires have been cut open – and relief – finding a picture of Slash. It’s like the setup and payoff structure of storytelling in movies. Well, good movies, anyway. Plus, the person got a picture of Slash. Win-win.
Hopefully, You Should be Able to Tell
It's good to know things. Specifically, in this case, it's good to know when you should hunker down in a doorway or something like that.
This is like that thing you see at your grandparent's house, the weather rock. If the rock is wet, it's raining. If rock is gone, there's a tornado. Thanks, rock, we wouldn't have known otherwise. No, this piece of paper isn't really going to tell you anything you don't already know, but it's still good for a laugh. You can make your own earthquake detection kit with just a few items in case you want to spread humor at your workplace.
IT Guys Have the Best Humor
Not everybody knows how to use a computer the way you're supposed to. There are dozens of stories about people putting butter into their disc drives, spilling coffee into their keyboards, and lots more.
If this starts to happen too much, then the IT crowd will start to make things even more embarrassing for those that have done stupid. Go ahead and click on a link in the fishy email when you're using one of these bad boys. It could probably still run “Doom,” but that's about all it can do.
Come and Learn of My Struggle
For a lot of people, the ins and outs of the English language can be troublesome. Yet, after a little bit of study, they are understood. Not so for the person who typed up this message, which is rife with spelling, grammar, and sentence errors.
Go ahead and take a look at all the problems. Bad capitalization, missing commas, and words that don't even have spaces between them. According to the info we have, the manager of the workplace put up this misspelled warning, and one grammar fiend employee took out their trusty red pen. The next time you see a misplaced apostrophe, remember. It could always be worse.
As someone who has had multiple laser eye surgeries, let me tell you: It's important to get your money's worth when you step in to have a procedure. Yeah, accurate vision might be nice, but you know what's way better? Superpowers.
You'll have to get your eyes registered as deadly weapons, but that's a small price to pay for roasting birds right out of the sky. Look at them up there, with their wings and their feathers and their high-and-mighty attitudes just because they can ignore gravity. Well, no longer. Nowhere is safe, birds. Oh, by the way, this picture was put up in an eye clinic.