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LiveJournal => Friendster => MySpace => Orkut => Facebook => Twitter
FINALLY - Cyborg Google+
|Posted by Jeevan ॐ Mirthu Gupt on October 29, 2011 at 8:35 PM||comments (0)|
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On a rainy day, an old man was standing with a book for sale. A young man came to buy. He bought the book for Rs.3000. The old man advised, "DONT OPEN THE LAST PAGE OF THE BOOK, OTHERWISE YOU’'ll FACE PROBLEMS." The young man finished the book with great fear but didn't open the last page. . . .
But, after a week...Out of curiosity, he opened the last page and.. He almost fainted to see.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Retail Price: Rs 30/-
By: Peaceful Soul.
|Posted by Jeevan ॐ Mirthu Gupt on September 30, 2011 at 4:00 PM||comments (0)|
A Nun was at the airport, waiting for her flight to Melbourne. She looked over in the corner & saw one of those weight machines that tells your fortune & thought to herself, "I'll give it a try & see what it tells me." She went over to the machine, stepped up on the scale & put her coin in, & out came a card that read, 'You are a nun, you weigh 70KG, & you are going to Melbourne.' The Nun sat back down & told herself that the machine probably gives the same card to everyone.
The more she thought about it, the more curious she got. She decided to try it again & so went back to the machine & again put her coin in, & out came a card that read: 'You are a nun, you weigh 70KG, you are going to Melbourne, & you are going to play a violin. The nun laughed & said to herself, "I know this is wrong, since I have never played a musical instrument even once in my life."
The Nun went back to sit down. A few min. later, a man came over & sat next to her & put his Violin Case on the seat between them. Without thinking, she opened the man's case, took out the violin, & started playing a song in the violin. Surprised at what she had done, she looked over at the machine, thinking, "This is incredible, I've got to try this again."
Back to the machine she went, put in another coin, & another card came out. It read, "You are a nun, you weigh 70KG, you are going to Melbourne, you are going to play a violin, & you are going to break the wind." Now she knows the machine is wrong, as she thought to herself, "I've never broken the wind in public a single time in my life." But getting down off the machine, she slipped, & as she was straining to keep herself from falling to the floor, she broke wind.
Absolutely stunned, she sat back down & looked at the machine. She said to herself, "This is remarkable; I've got to try this again." She went back to the machine, put in another coin & another card came out. This time it read, 'You are a nun, you weigh 70KG, you have played a violin, you have fiddled & farted around, & just missed your flight to Melbourne.'
|Posted by mrs1millsaps on September 25, 2011 at 3:25 AM||comments (2)|
I’m writing you this letter to tell you that I’m leaving you forever. I’ve
been a good man to you for 7 years & I have nothing to show for it. These
last 2 weeks have been hell. ... Your boss called to tell me that you quit your
job today & that was the last straw. Last week, you came home & didn’t even
notice I had a new haircut, had cooked your favorite meal & even wore a
brand new pair of silk boxers. You ate in 2 minutes, & went straight to sleep
after watching all of your soaps. You don’t tell me you love me anymore; you
don’t want sex or anything that connects us as husband & wife. Either you’re
cheating on me or you don’t love me anymore; whatever the case, I’m gone.
P.S. don’t try to find me. Your SISTER & I are moving away to West Virginia together! Have a great life!
Nothing has made my day more than receiving your letter.
It’s true you & I have been married for 7 years, although a good man is a far
cry from what you’ve been. I watch my soaps so much because they drown
out your constant whining & griping Too bad that doesn’t work. I DID notice
when you got a hair cut last week, but the 1st thing that came to mind was
‘You look just like a girl!’ Since my mother raised me not to say anything if
you can’t say something nice, I didn’t comment. And when you cooked my
favorite meal, you must have gotten me confused with MY SISTER, because
I stopped eating pork 7 years ago. About those new silk boxers: I turned
away from you because the $49.99 price tag was still on them, & I prayed it
was a coincidence that my sister had just borrowed $50 from me that
morning. After all of this, I still loved you & felt we could work it out. So when I
hit the lotto for 10 million dollars, I quit my job & bought us 2 tickets to
Jamaica But when I got home you were gone.. Everything happens for a
reason, I guess. I hope you have the fulfilling life you always wanted. My
lawyer said that the letter you wrote ensures you won’t get a dime from me.
So take care. Signed, Your Ex-Wife, Rich As Hell & Free!
P.S. I don’t know if I ever told you this, but my sister Carla was born Carl. I hope that’s not a problem.
|Posted by Makayla on September 25, 2011 at 12:35 AM||comments (1)|
PITTSBURGH—Since discovering the electronics retailer by chance at the beginning of his ritual period of experimentation outside the strict regimen of the Amish life, 16-year-old Isaac Stoltzfus has spent every day of his rumspringa at a local Apple Store, sources reported Monday. “This place is amazing! Everyone here is super-friendly, and they let me try out all these neat computers and phones and stuff without pressuring me to buy anything,” said Stotzfus, who reportedly can be seen at the store’s entrance at sunrise each morning, waiting for the doors to open. “I love the interactive displays and presentations, of course, but probably my favorite thing to do here is just stand back and take in the atmosphere of the whole place. I had no idea the modern world was so shiny.” Stolzfus added that he typically spends his entire day in the Apple Store, leaving only briefly to “head around the corner for a Jamba Juice.”
|Posted by Jeevan ॐ Mirthu Gupt on September 16, 2011 at 12:20 AM||comments (0)|
1. Law of Mechanical Repair - After your hands become coated with grease, your nose will begin to itch and you'll have to pee.
2. Law of Gravity - Any tool, nut, bolt, screw, when dropped, will roll to the least accessible corner.
3. Law of Probability - The probability of being watched is directly proportional to the stupidity of your act.
4. Law of Random Numbers - If you dial a wrong number, you never get a busy signal and someone always answers.
5. Variation Law - If you change lines (or traffic lanes), the one you were in will always move faster than the one you are in now (works every time).
6. Law of the Bath - When the body is fully immersed in water, the telephone rings.
7. Law of Close Encounters - The probability of meeting someone you know increases dramatically when you are with someone you don't want to be seen with.
8. Law of the Result - When you try to prove to someone that a machine won't work, it will.
9. Law of Bio-mechanics - The severity of the itch is inversely proportional to the reach.
10. Law of the Theater or sports Arena - At any event, the people whose seats are furthest from the aisle, always arrive last. They are the ones who will leave their seats several times to go for food, beer, or the toilet and who leave early before the end of the performance or the game is over. The folks in the aisle seats come early, never move once, have long gangly legs or big bellies and stay to the bitter end of the performance. The aisle people also are very surly folk.
11. The Coffee Law - As soon as you sit down to a cup of hot coffee, your boss will ask you to do something which will last until the coffee is cold.
12. Murphy's Law of Lockers - If there are only 2 people in a locker room, they will have adjacent lockers.
13. Law of Physical Surfaces - The chances of an open-faced jelly sandwich landing face down on a floor, are directly correlated to the newness and cost of the carpet or rug.
14. Law of Logical Argument - Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about.
15. Brown's Law of Physical Appearance - If the clothes fit, they're ugly.
16. Oliver's Law of Public Speaking - A closed mouth gathers no feet.
17. Wilson's Law of Commercial Marketing Strategy - As soon as you find a product that you really like, they will stop making it.
18. Doctors' Law - If you don't feel well, make an appointment to go to the doctor, by the time you get there you'll feel better.. But don't make an appointment, and you'll stay sick.
|Posted by Jeevan ॐ Mirthu Gupt on September 6, 2011 at 9:05 PM||comments (1)|
I know this is off topic but I just can’t help it. Like everyone else about half of my followers on Twitter are people with obscene numbers of follower/following counts. I just got another one today and it made me think of Jeff Foxworthy’s skit how to tell if you’re a redneck. Because let’s face it, SMDs are the rednecks of the Internet.
*Does your bio contain SEO, or Internet marketer? If so, you might be an SMD.
*Does your Twitter homepage background show piles of money? Yep, you guessed it, you might be an SMD.
*Is your Twitter bio written in all UPPER-CAPS?
*Does your face completely fill your Twitter icon?
*Are you smiling way to much? Then yes, you might be an SMD.
*For the love of Tim Berners-Lee do you not know that the Internet is capitalized? ( Okay, this is debatable but if you don’t understand the debate then, well, you do the math. )
*Do you comment on other people’s blogs even though you have no idea what the post is about just so you can get your name and link to your douchbag homepage out there?
*Do you have random inspirational quotes sprinkled throughout your Twitter-stream?
*And did you sign up for a service to insert those quotes for you? Yep, you’re a SMD.
*Do you tweet about doing cool things even when your sitting at home trimming your nose-hair?
*Do you follow people and then unfollow them a few days later if they don’t follow you back? And then follow them again, rinse-repeat? <- SMD, bigtime!
*Have you signed up for some service that automatically follows people for you to help get your follower count up?
*Have more than 100 people blocked you from following them? You guessed it, you’re an SMD.
*If you’re following me on Twitter and I’m not following you back. Good bet that you have SMD-like qualities.
Help me out. I’m sure there are a whole bunch more that we can add to this list.
|Posted by Jeevan ॐ Mirthu Gupt on September 5, 2011 at 3:40 PM||comments (0)|
Andrea Petkovic loves to dance. The 23-year-old German has become a mainstay for diehard tennis fans in the must-watch YouTube video queue. She originated her "Petko Dance" jig here last year when she scored a major first-round win over Nadia Petrova, and the movement has evolved over the course of the last year. It - the dance, that is - currently takes on the form of the 'Pop and Lock', except she only uses her upper body. In her third-round win over Roberta Vinci on Saturday, she did the move for all four sides of the crowd on Grandstand, much like Andre Agassi bid adieu with his four bows. As "Petko," as she's admiringly known, tries to advance to her first-ever Open quarterfinal, USOpen.org sat down to find out a few more quirks about Germany's top-ranked player.
USOpen.org: Tell me about where you're staying in NYC. For some reason I feel like it might be something different than everyone else.
Andrea Petkovic: I'm in the Hotel Gansevoort and I think that the Kardashians checked in like five days ago.
USOpen.org: Really? No way.
Petkovic: Yeah. And today I'm pretty sure I saw Lady Gaga. I'm not positive. But I'm pretty sure it was her. Every time I go out of the hotel there are tons of paparazzi and fans waiting outside. They even had to put up barriers. When I leave the hotel they are looking at me like 'Yeah... no. Nobody knows her.'
USOpen.org: But is that better than getting bombarded with fans?
Petkovic: I think it's a good feeling ... a little better [than being chased down]. When I'm dressed in my tennis clothes take pictures because I think they figure, 'OK, she's from the US Open.'
USOpen.org: Is it just you staying there? Any other players?
Petkovic: I think it's only me and Robin Soderling. But he got sick. And [Ivo] Karlovic is there, too.
USOpen.org: Speaking of the Kardashians, what do you think of Americans and our obsession with reality TV? Is it pretty ridiculous to you?
Petkovic: We have it in Germany, too. It's not just an American thing. It's everywhere. It's spreading in every culture right now, I don't know why. But we have it in Germany, also. I just try to stay away from it. I tweeted it like four weeks ago: "Jersey Shore is like freaking eating chips. You know it's not good for you but you can't stop. You know you're getting sick, but it doesn't matter." If I put on TV, I try to watch HBO or some movie or the tennis on ESPN. Otherwise, I try to watch movies that I like.
USOpen.org: But what if you could have your own reality show, Andrea. Like be "Petko the Producer?"
Petkovic: Oh god! [Laughing.] If I could produce my own reality show I would try to go and show the real culture of the cities that I go to, the sub-cultures. Little bars and that kind of stuff. But, it would never be really popular. But I think that would make it a better reality show than what's on TV now. It's not reality anymore. Why do they call it reality if it's not reality anymore?
USOpen.org: OK, so say you can spend a romantic day, but you only can be on the grounds of the National Tennis Center. What's your plan?
Petkovic: Here? Oh no! [Laughing.] Um... I would probably take a bottle of wine and go up to the highest seat of Ashe. I would probably take up some French, heavy wine. So your head gets all, you know... foggy. I think wine without food is good to get wasted. How romantic of me, huh? Very romantic. But I think that's what I would want to do.
USOpen.org: Your birthday is next week [September 9]. Have you ever been in NYC to celebrate? If not, what do you think you'd want to do in the city to ring in 24?
Petkovic: I've never been in the city to celebrate my birthday. I hope ... I hope this year [smiling]. On Thursday, after my second-round match, I went to the Sugar Bar where every Thursday they have an open-mic session. They have an incredible band and you can sign up in the front and the singers are incredible. I thought, 'You know, normally open-mic sessions in Germany 80 percent of people suck and 20 percent are really good.' But they were all absolutely amazing. They were singing Stevie Wonder and the Temptations and all this kind of old stuff. I think something like that [for my birthday] would be really nice. I just hope I'm still here. That would be so cool.
USOpen.org: You've certainly proven yourself as a great dancer. Do you have any yearning to go to Broadway and see some professional dancing there?
Petkovic: I would really like to go to a really, really good show. Not just go there because I want to go, you know? I need to read up. Do you have any suggestions?
USOpen.org: Yeah, you've gotta see Book of Mormon.
Petkovic: Book of Mormon? OK. I will keep that in mind.
USOpen.org: So you just secured at least $1 million in earnings for the year with your success here.
Petkovic: I did?! I didn't know that. [Cheering.]
USOpen.org: What are you planning on buying me?
Petkovic: You? What do you want? What do you like? I will Google you and find out what you like.
USOpen.org: Yes, please do. No, I'm more curious what you would buy yourself. You just topped $1 million!
Petkovic: For me? Is there anything that I need? No, I think I'm fine. I just bought myself an iPad and I think that was a pretty good decision. I have all the books and all the movies that I like to watch and I have it right there. I don't have to watch the crap on TV.
USOpen.org: Being from Germany, are you more of a Tommy Haas gal or Nicolas Kiefer?
Petkovic: Oooh. I would say... looks-wise? Or personality-wise? Looks-wise I would go with Kiefer, but personality-wise I would go for Haas. That's pretty diplomatic, right?
USOpen.org: You probably hate me for asking, right?
Petkovic: I like [Haas]. I don't talk to him a lot but everytime we do talk he's really nice and I just get a great energy from him -- I go by energy -- and I get a good energy from him.
USOpen.org: Since you're known as Petko, I'm curious if you've ever to a Petco in the States? Do you know what they are?
Petkovic: No, I haven't been! I know, it's what, for pets, right? In Indian Wells I stayed at a hotel where everytime I looked out my window there was a Petco. I haven't been there yet, though.
USOpen.org: I think that should be your reality show, Petko at Petco.
Petkovic: It would be really funny.
USOpen.org: Not a lot of people know that you were born in the former Yugoslavia and have ties to Novi Sad, the same town where Monica Seles grew up. Do you have a connection with her?
Petkovic: I don't, I don't. She's always been one of my idols. My coach always tells me before a match, 'Cool head. Warm heart.' And that's what her dad always used to tell her when she was playing. That's the only connection I have, but I would really love to meet her one day.
By Nick McCarvel.
|Posted by Jeevan ॐ Mirthu Gupt on August 17, 2011 at 7:45 PM||comments (0)|
Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi was sitting in emergency exit row 8F reading a magazine on a flight from Montreal to Philadelphia when the in-flight attendant approached him.
“The lady whispers to me, ‘Sir, can you please put the magazine down and free your hands.’ And I am like, 'ok, why?'” Qureshi recalls. “And she says, ‘because we might need you to operate the emergency door.”
That got Qureshi’s attention.
The 70-minute flight to Philadelphia had been bounced around by severe turbulence the entire flight and passengers were already nervous. Then the pilot announced that they would be in a holding pattern for about 30 minutes longer.
Finally, with landing gear down the pilot began his approach to the Philadelphia International Airport. With the runway in sight, he quickly aborted landing and the pulled the plane nose up and back up into the storm clouds.
Rohan Bopanna and trainer Shayamal “Veg” Vallabhjee were sitting in the front row.
“I could hear the flight attendant talking with the pilot on the phone and she kept telling him that he needs to tell the passengers,” says Vallabhjee. “And she was not looking to happy about the situation.”
The pilot soon announced that there were problems with the wing flaps and they would be circling the airport for a short while longer while they performed tests. As the plane circled and the pilot began dumping fuel in anticipation of an emergency landing, some passengers started crying while others prayed.
Bopanna was not having any of that. Instead, he took out his Blackberry and started recording a running commentary. He thought it might be his last. So he threw in some jokes to help his trainer relax.
“What can you do except take it like a man?” says Bopanna. What else would you expect from Rohan ‘Thunder’ Bopanna? Vallabhjee was not as calm.
“Every time the pilot made an announcement Veg was about to wet himself,” laughs Bopanna.
Finally, the pilot made one final announcement.
“Folks, please don’t be alarmed at all the fire trucks and ambulances that are lined up on the runway,” the pilot said. “It is just a precaution as we are going to land at a high speed and on a special runway.”
The flight readied for another landing attempt and now was flying very low over water.
Many of the passengers thought that the plane was going to land in the water and not the runway and began holding hands and praying out loud. Bopanna kept filming and Qureshi read the safety card for emergency evacuation for the 20th time.
As the plane touched down fire trucks race alongside. Finally, the plane rolled to a stop and everyone was safe, but more than a little shook up.
As for Vallabhjee, he managed to make it to the toilet just in time.
By: Robert Davis.
|Posted by Jeevan ॐ Mirthu Gupt on August 10, 2011 at 2:05 PM||comments (1)|
1. When you first took notice of the player who would become your favorite, you:
A) were blown away by their game and just clicked with their vibe.
B) saw hearts and flowers. If you’re going to root for someone, why not enjoy the short skirts and shirt changes too?
C) were convinced they took notice of you too, through the TV. Did they just mouth your name..?
2. When you research where your favorite player will be next, you do it:
A) by going to their official home page, which you have bookmarked thank you very much!
B) by going to the fansite you devote to them, fully loaded with pics – and your face Photoshopped in for the trophies they’re alternately hoisting, biting and straddling.
C) by checking their blackberry – hello, if they didn’t want you to have access to it they wouldn’t have made their pin number something so easy as their social security number.
3. When you buy tickets to their match to see them, you:
A) get front row seats so they can hear you cheer for them!
B) sit in the nosebleeds because you’re told the noises you make aren’t appropriate for audiences of all ages.
C) What do you mean I’m not on the list? I WILL &#@% YOU UP YOU GLORIFIED MALL COP.
4. When you arrive at the stadium, you’re wearing:
A) their official t-shirt – God forbid anyone think you’re rooting for anyone else!
B) their name on your bare chest – go big or go home!
C) an electronic ankle monitor you’ve accessorized with an anklet made from their baby teeth.
5. While watching your favorite player take the court, you:
A) get excited to see that forehand again! The way they hit that ball…
B) become flushed with a fever there’s no prescription for. The way they tug at that wedgie…
C) shove the masking tape you brought deeper down in your backpack, along with that grade of twine that the guy at the hardware store swore to you wouldn’t leave a mark, and if he’s wrong so help him God…
6. Your favorite player spots you during a changeover and remembers you from:
A) their last match when you asked them to sign your giant tennis ball. Gosh you were so nervous!
B) the practice courts when you asked them to sign your ****. Gosh you were so drunk!
C) their hotel room when you asked them to stop screaming. Gosh you were so sure they were asleep!
7. During the match, your favorite player:
A) appreciates your support and throws you a smile!
B) can tell you’re lusting and gives you a wink. Sweet baby Jesus you can die now.
C) talks to the umpire and motions toward you in what’s clearly going to be a marriage proposal on the Jumbotron and not a giant spectacle like last time.
8. Immediately after the match, your favorite player:
A) tosses you their sweaty wristband! You’ll never wash it, or the hand you caught it with, ever again.
B) has their coach slip you a cell number. Wait, what..?
C) has security arrest you. WHY MUST THEY PLAY SO HARD TO GET? THIS ISN’T OVER. THIS WILL NEVER. BE. OVER.
HOW FANATIC 'R YOU?
Mostly A’s: You put the fantastic in fan. Or something. When your favorite player sees you, they don’t think twice. Quite possibly because they don’t remember you from last time because you’re way too respectful. But hey, you can sleep with a clear conscience and know your love for your player will, like the Titanic and this tedious Wozniacki/McIlroy are-they-or-aren’t-they-oh-wait-who-cares BS, go on and on and on. And on.
Mostly B’s: Psst. You’ve got a little crazy on your face. But you’re harmless. And worshipping and harmless are the two traits players love the most, and sometimes actually seek out to get their temporary groove on with. Go buy something low cut at Forever 21 and roll the dice baby, you could have something to tell the grandkids. (Like, guess who your grandpa is?)
Mostly C’s: I would never tell you you have an unhealthy relationship with your favorite player, primarily because I don’t wanna find myself locked in the trunk of a sinking Mazda Miata. But if you look inside your heart - and your closet, where your favorite player is bound and gagged - you’ll see maybe there’s someone else out there for you. Perhaps someone with a cattle prod and a prescription pad who can give you what you need the most. If you’re not convinced, if you just have to pursue this love fated in the stars, do it when no one is watching, like during the post-grass clay court swing.
|Posted by Jeevan ॐ Mirthu Gupt on July 22, 2011 at 5:41 AM||comments (3)|
A MAN ESCAPES FROM PRISON WHERE HE'S BEEN LOCKED UP FOR 15 YRS.
HE BREAKS INTO A HOUSE TO LOOK FOR MONEY AND GUNS.
INSIDE, HE FINDS A YOUNG COUPLE IN BED.
HE ORDERS THE GUY OUT OF THE BED AND HE TIES HIM TO A
WHILE TYING THE HOMEOWNER'S WIFE TO THE BED,
THE CONVICT GETS ON TOP OF HER, KISSES HER NECK,
THEN GETS UP AND GOES TO THE BATHROOM.
WHILE HE IS IN THERE, THE HUSBAND WHISPERS OVER TO HIS
"LISTEN, THIS GUY IS AN ESCAPED CONVICT.
LOOK AT HIS CLOTHES! HE HAS PROBABLY SPENT A LOT OF TIME IN
JAIL AND HASN'T SEEN A WOMAN IN YEARS.
I SAW HOW HE KISSED YOUR NECK.
IF HE WANTS SEX, DON'T RESIST, DON'T COMPLAIN...
DO WHATEVER HE TELLS YOU.
SATISFY HIM NO MATTER HOW MUCH HE NAUSEATES YOU.
THIS GUY IS OBVIOUSLY VERY DANGEROUS.
IF HE GETS ANGRY, HE COULD KILL US BOTH.
BE STRONG, HONEY. "I LOVE YOU!"
HIS WIFE RESPONDS:
"HE WASN'T KISSING MY NECK.
HE WAS WHISPERING IN MY EAR.
HE TOLD ME THAT HE'S GAY, THINKS YOU'RE CUTE,
AND ASKED IF WE HAD ANY VASELINE.
|Posted by depps on July 9, 2011 at 4:17 PM||comments (2)|
From one of my friends...
Dear Harry Potter,
If it took me 8 damn movies to defeat one lame, bald villain, I would give people their money back.
|Posted by Jeevan ॐ Mirthu Gupt on June 22, 2011 at 11:10 PM||comments (0)|
Dear Sunita Darling,
I can't send you my salary this month because the global
market crisis has affected my Company's performance, so I am sending
100 kisses. You are my sweetheart, please adjust.
Your loving husband,
His wife replied...
TINKU KE PAPPA ,
Thanks for the 100 kisses. Below is the list of expenses I paid with the Kisses...:
1. The Milk man agreed on 2 kisses for one month's milk.
2. The electricity man, Kooldip Singh, agreed not to disconnect only after 7 kisses.
3. Your landlord Kapal Singh comes every day to take 2 or 3 kisses instead of the monthly rent.
4. Supermarket owner Jaswant Singh did not accept kisses only, so I gave him other items, I hope you understand..
5. Miscellaneous expenses 40 kisses.
Please don't worry about me, I still have a balance of 35 kisses and I hope I can survive the month using this balance...
Shall I plan the same for the next month?
Your Sweet Heart,