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Small Talk Six: 6 T-shirts I've read and loved
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Once I got stuck in a shop reading shirts on display. Most were yahoo and google-related. Elsewhere these are some I love:

1. When choosing between two evils, I always like to try the one I've never tried before righteous...

2. If you can't get rid of the skeleton in your closet, you'd best teach it to dance I wonder how some skeleton would dance on two left feet :D

3. Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake
my search result says Napoleon Bonaparte uttered this. I think the general meant it to be a tactical secret for his men

and these are not from the shop:

4. Don't wake me. I'll wake you. my son's; I used to worry about the pooch farting near the crib

5. My middle name is Trouble the kid wearing this was smiling sweetly next to his Dad; thought my own son should be a proud owner of this shirt too. During unlucky days he is Mr. Trouble Extraordinaire

6. and a friend was given this shirt to wear, 'on a dare,' according to her. The shirt never got past our hotel room, but I remember being amused.

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Weekend Funnies: Computer skills
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This ought to make you feel better about your computer skills. If you skip any you have to read the last one. Unbelievable but supposedly all true!

Tech support: Click on the 'my computer' icon on to the left of the screen.
Customer: Your left or my left?

Tech support: Good day. How may I help you?
Male customer: Hello... I can't print.
Tech support: Would you click on 'start' for me and...
Customer: Listen pal; don't start getting technical on me! I'm not Bill Gates.

Customer: I have problems printing in red...
Tech support: Do you have a color printer?
Customer: Aaaah....................thank you.

Tech support: Your password is the small letter 'a' as in apple, a capital letter V as in Victor, the number 7.
Customer: Is that 7 in capital letters ?
== =============

Customer: can't get on the Internet.
Tech support: Are you sure you used the right password?
Customer: Yes, I'm sure. I saw my colleague do it.
Tech support: Can you tell me what the password was?
Customer: Five stars.

Tech support: What anti-virus program do you use?
Customer: Netscape.
Tech support: That's not an anti-virus program.
Customer: Oh, sorry...Internet Explorer.

Tech support: How may I help you?
Customer: I'm writing my first e-mail.
Tech support: OK, and what seems to be the problem?
Customer: Well, I have the letter 'a' in the address, but how do I get the circle around it? ===============

A woman customer called the Canon help desk with a problem with her printer.
Tech support: Are you running it under windows?
Customer: 'No, my desk is next to the door, but that is a good point. The man sitting in the cubicle next to me is under a window, and his printer is working fine.'

And last but not least...
Tech support: 'Okay Colin, let's press the control and escape keys at the same time. That brings up a task list in the middle of the screen. Now type the letter 'P' to bring up the Program Manager.'
Customer: I don't have a P.
Tech support: On your keyboard, Colin.
Customer: What do you mean?
Tech support: 'P'.....on your keyboard, Colin.

Once again, thanks to OM2)

Visit Shakira and Gattina for more funnies.

Happy weekend, everyone!


Hootin' Anni said…
Your left or my THAT cracked me up.

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Hazel said…
Anni, glad it made you laugh :) I used not to know @. LOL!
Anonymous said…
Love all the T-Shirts. I can so picture them. Those technical support questions just were too funny. The Netscape and IE ROFLMAO!! You know what the problem is here that it is so true. I can't believe the questions I get and these are just so typical. I just shake my head and laugh. It's too much. You made myt day :) Have a great weekend :)
Amanda Moore said…
I thought I was dieing when I read the "cant print in red" but then I read further down to getting the circle around the "a" Oh my gosh too funny!Have a funny weekend!
Too funny! Great tshirt choices :)
Hazel said…
Thom, it's on the netscape and IE that I LOLed the most :)))

moore, the circle around the a too! rofklao....... =))

Shop with Me Mama, they're fun and funny :D
Chubskulit Rose said…
Hi pretty sis, it's been a while, kamusta?
Hazel said…
hi sis, ok lang. nakaraos din :D
Ebie said…
Haz, you got me cracking up on every tech support questions. Windows and desk, all right!

OK, one more t-shirt you forgot:

God knows HUDAS not pay!
Hazel said…
Ate Eb, grabe abi nako ako na angpinaka ignoy sa computer hahahahah.... HUDAS not pay - tama!

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