Random Photos and Suchlike
Here’s a bunch of random pics and screenshots that I’ve taken lately to blog about, but then promptly forgot, and then recently discovered.
Saw this in a pharmacy:
I can assure you that they were not selling a lack of movement in this aisle.
I tweeted this next photo a while back, but figured I’d share it here for people who aren’t on The Twitter. I saw these two books next to each other in Chapters:
Harper is clearly thinking: “That kitten looks DELICIOUS!”
Not sure how autocorrect came up with this one:
And this I found amusing – apparently the Daily Deal sites have really got my number:
Klout, however, seems a bit confused:
I can see how it would think I’m influential about hockey and coffee and Vancouver (or, at least that I talk about them a lot), but homosexuality and babies? What the what?
Here’s an example of a spam email that wasn’t very well thought out when it was sent to Gmail addresses:
Validating “packages”? Tee hee!
I’m glad to see that this washing machine is “in sock”:
This next one is a screen shot from a survey – I took it so long ago, I can’t be exactly sure, but I think it might be from the Georgia Strait’s Best of Vancouver survey. The auto complete of commonly given answers made me laugh:
And this one is a screen shot from a very, very long time ago. I know that because it’s from an online dating website survey where you have to fill in what you are looking for:
I can see how people might find dishonesty or vanity might be unattractive, but intelligence? Who the hell find intelligence unattractive? “I really like that guy, but he just wasn’t stupid enough for me to date!”