The screen capture tool has become my best friend these last few months. The internet is pure comedy gold. All you need is a willing heart, an open mind, and the ability to take pictures of your internet browser. Not too long ago, I posted a blog called, “Funny Screen Captures.” Today, you’re reading the sequel.
If you’re looking at this in a moving car.
John Mayer is at it again. This is a shot of his profile on Spotify. He must really like his own music, because this is the second time I’ve caught him jamming out to his own jam.
I received this email recently. The “Mafia Boss Community” promises that I can make over $1,600/month with “no obligation.” Seems legit.
When I imagine the Mafia community, the words “no obligation” usually come to mind.
This is the rough draft of a blog I wrote for my friends at MarketingMatters.tv (Ignore any typos; I’m HUMAN JUST LIKE YOU). GoogleDrive suggested I correct “Facebook” to “Faceboook.” Sounds to me like younger brother Google+ is talking here.
“Oh Faceboook, you think you’re so cool.”
This is a screenshot I took on my phone of a Ruffles Facebook ad. Shout out to the marketing consultant’s 10 year-old son for coming up with this idea.
This is just wrong.
I was searching for a book on Google and found this (via funny memes). At least now I have a better idea of what not to buy my friends for Christmas.
Makes sense. This guy is everywhere.
Remember when the government came to a screeching halt and all of the national parks closed? Google had this banner featured on their front page the day everything shutdown.
Here’s another book about Santa. I found this one on Amazon.com. Notice what the subtitle says:
How to Get Big Things Done In YOUR “Workshop”…All Year Long
First of all, why is “Workshop” in parenthesis? What are they implying? Secondly, why dot-dot-dot before “All Year Long”? I don’t know you guys. I don’t have a good feeling about this book.
But it has gotten some pretty good reviews. Let’s check them out before we pass any judgement.
I wish I could say it ended here, but it didn’t. I was logged on to Facebook when I discovered the book. After I clicked back to the site, this was an ad on the left corner of the screen:
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