It’s been long time since we ran a Friday Fun post, but the times have been so tough, that we haven’t found much time for the funny stuff.
Yippee, I am on the cover of Fortune and Time magazine for March 2009, this is really the most exciting time for me, please do buy the magazine and enjoy the interview :-).
Well not really, I am not on the cover on Fortune or Time magazine, but there are several services which will allow you to create fake magazine covers like the one you see above. If you are already eager to create your own fake magazine cover, don’t worry, we have you covered here, in this post we will list the best 15 online services to create your own fake magazine covers.
Welcome to another episode of Friday Fun where we take a break from the usual software reviews and tips and tricks to bring a bit of laughter to your face. This weeks Friday fun is a deadly ultimate fake virus which can be used to play pranks on your unsuspecting friends.
Many of you may be aware about appraisals which are held on a periodical basis in companies and also about Resignations where a worker voluntarily leaves the company to join another.
Here is a funny comparison on Appraisal vs Resignation.
Failures vs Strengths
- In Appraisal meetings, they will speak only about your weakness, errors and failures.
- In Resignation meetings, they will speak only about your strengths, achievements and success.
It has been quite sometime since we last published a Friday Fun episode, but over the time we have been collecting few things on our Techie Notes section which we are publishing for all our readers today, most of the images are simply too funny, so ROFL, it’s Friday after all.
iPhone vs Stone (40000 BC vs 2008 AD)
No offence to our readers from Iceland, and neither are we trying to make fun of their recent economic problems, but we could not stop laughing when we saw a lunatic put up Iceland for sale on eBay.
The sale started at 99 pence and was heavily bid on receiving 84 bids from 26 people, the last bid was a whipping 10 million pounds. The bid read:
"Located in the mid-Atlantic ridge in the North Atlantic Ocean, Iceland will provide the winning bidder with â€” a habitable environment, Icelandic Horses and admittedly a somewhat sketchy financial situation,"
There were several funny question being asked by bidders which included "Do you offer volcano/earthquake insurance?", "Is it possible that my payment will be frozen?", and "Will you accept C.O.D. as a form of payment?"
The bid has been taken off by eBay as of now, but this definitely shows how a unregulated market can have lunatics selling things that do not belong to them. What next, do we see this blog on sale at eBay.
Welcome to another episode of Friday Fun, hope all you folks are doing good and looking forward to a great weekend ahead.
To be quite frank, I have hardly touched a newspaper for a year now, online news definitely fills up the void for me, but that said I still remember sifting through the classified section to find jobs and other things, over years I have come across several funny ones, here is reliving those memories a pick of the most funny newspaper classifieds assorted from the web.
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It’s Friday folks, welcome to another episode of Friday Fun. Here is a funny email I got from one of my friend. Could not help but save it for Friday Fun.
I found this bug in the last email you sent. I’m sending it back.
Please be more careful next time.
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