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Photo by Ian Beckley on Pexels.com “Are you saying this machine can teleport me to my office instantly?” I asked, doubtful. “Not really. It will take one or two seconds, depending on network availability.” Professor Clarke replied. “And it’s safe?” “Most of the time, yes. As you know, it’s still in beta testing. That’s why … Continue reading Clubteleportation
Gratisography’s done hiding chocolates. For Easter, we make our own chocolate shapes; it’s a family tradition. But this year, we made a mistake; we asked the kids which shape they wanted. Chocolate bitcoins Okay, that’s my fault. I’ve been talking way too much about bitcoins during family dinners. The kids got excited and said chocolate … Continue reading Weird Chocolate Shapes My Kids Want for Easter
Photo by DreamLens Production on Pexels.com What a beautiful set of abs and what a splendid smile!Such a wonderful personality should be a model for all to see.Did you think of opening an Instagram account?Your perfection could be an inspiration for the masses to follow.And my Instagram mastery course is only $19.99.
Photo by Max Vakhtbovych “Dad! Why do we have to wait five seconds before eating?” “It’s the rule, kiddo! Our roommates are clumsy, and it’s only polite to give them time to pick up their food from the floor. It’s already quite generous of them to share it with us. And we shouldn’t rush towards food … Continue reading The Five-Second Rule
That's my favorite Grandma, Rodnae. I worked as a grandson for eighteen years at a top Grandma company. Perks included extra-pocket money, additional Christmas presents, and unlimited cocoa. It was a part-time job, generally during the weekends, a Wednesday afternoon here and there, nothing more. The job was pretty simple. It was mostly about eating … Continue reading What It Was Like to Be a Grandchild at a Top Grandma Company
Our former Dean, Ekamelev Our swarm is currently looking for an experienced bloodsucker to fill in the Dean position of our newly created MBA program. Our MBA school is called ABABO, and our mission's to help the next generation of mosquitoes break the nets and other meshed curtains. We aim to educate the swarm leaders … Continue reading Mosquito Swarm Seeks Experienced Bloodsucker for Its MBA Program Staffing
Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com My Sweet Little Girl, I’m not sure where you got the impression I loved teaspoons. Maybe from this one time, 6-year-old-you helped dress up the table and discovered there were so many of them in the kitchen drawer? Given how much you talked about it before, during, and after … Continue reading An Overdue ‘Thank You’ Letter to My Granddaughter
What should I do? That’s the kind of question you don’t want to answer too fast. Imagine you chose a word and then get tired of it after a week. Like you might choose bananas because you love eating bananas and singing the “I like to eat, eat, eat, apples and bananas” song. I bet … Continue reading If for Every Single Time You Say a Word You Get 1 Dollar, What Word Would You Choose and Why?
Yeah, no. That’s not my bed. That’s Roberto’s bed This morning began the way I planned. I got up with the alarm, jumped off the bed, woke up my two sons (when school is back on-site, that’s not something you want to miss), and started preparing breakfast. So far, so good, you would say. I … Continue reading I Didn’t Make the Bed This Morning