A LETTER TO MY PRESIDENT
Can you imagine four packs of Indomietables costing N1000? I remember buying one for N30 when I was growing up. Oh! My manners, pardon me.
Red Dwarf: Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers
Red Dwarf: Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers is a science fiction comedy novel written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor, based on the popular British television series Red Dwarf. The book serves as both a prequel and a companion to the series, offering fans deeper insights into the characters and events that shaped the iconic sci-fi universe.
How does the sperm reach the egg?
There is a clear separation between those who have cannons and those who have only pea shooters in the wide terrain of the male reproductive system, where the sperm journey commences. It's a distinction that affects how their destiny even unfold.
Why Didn't You Give Me A Top Story?
Introduction Obviously, this is fictional because the support person actually has a meaningful dialogue with the protagonist. The protagonist is dismissed, but you can see that this is a total slice of ham fiction.
Gnome Gnosis: Top 10 Reasons Gnomes Will Gradually Take Over Earth
This story was inspired by Shelby Hagood and her story titled " Gnomes Have Taken Over!" Within the magical worlds of myth and legend, a little but powerful force appears with the ability to rule the entire planet: the gnome. Gnomes, who are frequently described as delightful garden ornaments or cunning forest dwellers, are discreetly organizing a takeover that goes beyond their charming exteriors. Get ready as we reveal the top 10 reasons why gnomes are setting themselves up to dominate our globe without anyone knowing.
The Politically Correct Fairy Tale
(Warning: This Story Is Not For The Humorously Challenged). Once upon a time. In a kingdom far, far away. 'The Council of Good Morals And Interesting Discussions' decided to buy real estate up on the flat topographic plains of the world. This land was far cheaper than their economically challenged land from low. And therefore, they decided to buy it.
Twelve Things You Need To Know About Dating Me.
Well, I guess we all have quirks, and yes, sadly, you can't date me because I am married! Oops! I just thought I'd let you know.
I STOOD PERFECTLY STILL AS I WAS TOLD TO DO. As I stood there, the dental scanner circled my head nearly hanging up in it's orbital trip of my head's circumference. To help out, I flinched a bit but was called back to stillness by the orthodontists insistent stammer, "stand still! ...Stand still... we'll have to get another round." He called back to the girl managing the scanner, "Run another one." She stepped back into the xray room to change my bitewings once and then again, on a later occaision when the machine could not pass around my head without hanging up. "Your head miss... your head seems to be a bit swollen. Let's reschedule this. Where are these going to again? How long do you have to get then in?" I wriggled fingers in the air to notify her that my mouth was still gagged by dental supplies. After releasing the gag cards from mmy teeth and cheeks, I told her that the military unit I was attached to insisted on the medical file being completed before next training date... in the next two weeks. It was after hours, and we were the only two left at the office, when she got a good reading but she managed to insert one last set and extend the rotor dimension for the scanner for a clear set of dental xrays. When she re-entered the room to release me from the interlocked boards set around the inside of mouth she asked about the "glow." It was not an expected sight of radiated light emitted by the dental xray machine or the lighting for an otherwise darkened medicalphotography area. She had turned out most light that was not emitted by themachine itself. The light she referred to was a bright green glow like that benerated by alien life forms so sought after by earthlings in and out of the "Roswell" top secret site run by NASA and the Central Intelligence Agency. The "green glow" that hovered about me, coaxed by the dental xray set up was surely something not anticipated. I mentioned my career focus in the military... Civil Engineering. That was nothing to raise a dander over. There had been an ammonia spill at the engineering office and the machines were down with a myriad of projects coming due. What we could not complete during a training session, the civilian sector would have to work through the details to complete. The Ozalid machine, the oldest of two machines in our section, was spilling the liquid and pouring excessive fumes from both the processing of work and the leakage created by its broken elements. Only two personnel were subjected to the small sideroom to run the designated sheets... three of one set and five to ten of each another set of ten reworked plans. Dawn was not set to the print room, she was ordered to "hone her skills for upcoming training at the tech school" and was being preserved for that. Two others arrived late and were spared for that cause. Rob and I took the dive swinging one after the other for one hour intervals of ammonia gas immersion... we were trained for that in basic, right? I mentioned the gas to the woman weilding dental cards into and out of my mouth.
Letter From The Unknown, And The Reply, Also From The Unknown.
Letter from the unknown: Dear Unknown, Are you really unknown? I think I know you. You're a smart ass, and I don't know how to outsmart you.
Thoughts About Cindy
Cindy turned ninety two weeks ago. It was just another day for her though. She went into the lounge and all the flowers, about 28 bouquets, that arrived from friends, family, acquaintances and associates, beautifully decorated her home. She asked one of her staff members, "have you ever seen anything like this?' She was certainly flattered to receive so many bouquets. He politely said no, although what he actually thought was 'yeah, at a funeral'.
10 Hilarious office pranks that won’t get you fired
In the hustle and bustle of the corporate world, a well-timed prank can be the perfect antidote to a stressful workday. Injecting a bit of humor into the office environment not only boosts morale but also fosters camaraderie among colleagues. However, the key to pulling off a successful office prank lies in ensuring it's lighthearted, harmless, and won't leave you updating your LinkedIn profile hastily. Here's a list of 10 hilarious office pranks that will have your coworkers in stitches without jeopardizing your job security.
Satire News Story- Joe Biden’s Zombie Transformation
This article provides a humorous take on current events by depicting President Joe Biden’s transformation into a zombie and the comedic portrayal of public perception.