I compiled my list of the top 11 latest funny images & contexts to make you smile. It’s a countdown starting from Smile # 11. It simply means, as you go down your smile should get wider to transform itself into an LOL, provided you’ve that subtle sense of humor though! #11 & #1 are conceived by me. Excuse my shallowness, Rest in the list are borrowed but due credits have been provided where ever applicable. Smile Please …
For the records: The 20th century legend who was undoubtedly the synonym of non-violence was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1937, 1947 & 1948. Unfortunately, he was never awarded. The Nobel Foundation has dedicated a web page explaining why History's most famous pacifist is probably the peace prize's most famous omission.
#6. Govt. of India Unique Identity Project
[#3. Credit: Time to look busy by Jessica Hagy]
#2. As per Dictionary the word ‘LOSER’ means:
1. Someone who has never or seldom been successful at a job, personal relationship, etc.
2. A person, team, nation, etc., that loses
3. Someone or something that is marked by consistently or thoroughly bad quality, performance.
Now, type (or Copy/Paste) www.loser.com in your browser address bar. Don’t try it in this page, try it in a new window.
[#2. Credit: Harsh]
#1. I feel this is the ultimate one as it’s related to one of the most admired global brands. Once upon a time having a Gmail Id was a sort of ‘status symbol’. Now everyone is having it. You can do a simple exercise in your spare time. Log into any of your e-Mail accounts (viz. Yahoo, Hotmail, Rediff, Live or Gmail) Now, suppose your Gmail ID is firstname.lastname@example.org then send an e-Mail to email@example.com.
Who will receive this e-Mail?
Not you. So, simple.
Un/fortunately, You’ll receive the e-Mail in your Gmail Inbox.
But, you may need to do it practically to believe me.
Now Let’s do one more simple Gmail hack
1. Open www.gmail.com.
2. If your Gmail account USERNAME is abc.xyz then type it as abcxyz. (If it’s abcxyz then type it as abc.xyz) in the USERNAME textbox.
3. Type your Password.
Cause, You’ve safely landed into your Gmail account.
The Bottom-line: Gmail doesn't recognize dot ( . ) as character within usernames, you can add or remove the dots from a Gmail address without changing the actual destination address. You add or remove any number of dots anywhere in the address, it doesn’t care at all. I found this accidently as I was receiving someone else’s mail. I dig further and got ‘enlightened’ with this chanced discovery :-) May be I’ll share the whole story in some other post.
And do share any of your smile & ‘Laugh out Loud’ moments or any funny context you came across. Also let me know which one is your favorite among the listed 11 here.