When a spam tweet has ‘cum’ written in it, is it because ‘cum’ spells ‘cum’ or because the message was 141 characters?
it’s refreshingly addictive.
According to a trust worthy poll, by a reputable company in a reputable newspaper, or something like that, these are things women find attractive (bolding mine)
- Has facial stubble
- Is a bit geeky
- Has a hairy chest
- Avid book reader
- Cries at soppy films1
- Sings along to a song while dancing to it
- Grey hair
- Sweaty after workout2
- Wears glasses
- Has a passion for sports
That explains why my life is like a Lynx advert.
1 CSS3 selectors on the other hand…
2 It would be bolded, except I don’t work out3
3 If you’re not sweating after a work out your sweat glands aren’t working and you’re probably dead, consult your GP.
This could’ve been a tweet, but fuck it.
You’re a graphic designer, and there’s nothing wrong with that it’s a completely legitimate career. But you’re not a web designer, drawing websites in Photoshop makes you a web designer in the same way that this image makes me an architect.
Obviously this doesn’t do anything, I just thought it’d be funny with the recent login kerfuffle, especially with the intentional misspelling of Facebook I might get a few hits on Google. I’m aware that I’m a bastard.
…is like getting advice on what to say to your customers on the phone from BT