Crucial Moments in Your Post-Breakup Instagram Story

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Ending a relationship is hard, but telling mutual friends and loved ones you’ve split can be even harder. Fortunately, the people at Instagram Stories have your back. They’ve provided a foolproof method for the romantically bereaved to broadcast the message “I am really going through a breakup” without ever having to say “We just wanted different things” to an acquaintance on the street. If you’re too nervous and/or cowardly to tell your wider social circle and a boss from three jobs ago that you recently broke up with your partner, just post one or two of these stories. They will know.

Guy has play button shaved onto head after showing barber paused video of how he wanted his hair cut

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Recently, one Chinese guy saw a clip of a nice haircut on the internet. He paused the video and showed it to a barber who then proceeded to give a very accurate recreation.

So accurate, in fact, that it included the play button from the video being shaved into either side of the guy’s head.

Is anyone else annoyed how “funny” Siri is?

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I watched the new video of MKBHD about the MacBook. There he is telling Siri “open my Downloads folder” and she responds with “Heres that Folder, good stuff in there”. I don’t know if its just me but I find this very annoying and useless. Who wants to hear this all the time?

In my opinion there should be an option to turn off all remarks of Siri

Avengers: Infinity War Crossover Meme

Has this meme been appearing all over your social feeds in last few days? Here are some articles with tons of examples:

  • People are having lots of fun coming up with examples of more ‘ambitious’ crossover events than Marvel’s ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ [link]
  • The internet doesn’t think ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ is the most ambitious crossover event [link]
  • The ‘Infinity War’ Crossover Meme Is The Only Good Meme Right Now [link]

 

My LinkedIn Photo

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My head is facing forward, while the rest of me is turned to the side. This is my body’s natural position when I’m at work. It’s playful, yet awkward, yet very awkward. It also offers a glimpse into how efficient I am even when I’m on the clock. Imagine that you’ve just stopped me while I’m on my way to a meeting, and I turn toward you, but only with the body parts I need for talking. My arms are folded to demonstrate that I get things done, and then celebrate by folding my arms.