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MrMark
3rd November 2009, 14:22
Compared to this chappy (http://www.bwired.nl/) you're really puny.

DimPrawn
3rd November 2009, 14:25
l33t!

bogeyman
3rd November 2009, 14:25
Compared to this chappy (http://www.bwired.nl/) you're really puny.


:spel NickFitz

TheFaQQer
3rd November 2009, 14:49
:spel NickFitz

:rollin:

NotAllThere
3rd November 2009, 16:13
Not a real geek - doesn't work with Firefox.

Moscow Mule
3rd November 2009, 16:38
He hasn't been in the garage since July (or the sensor is busted)

Spacecadet
3rd November 2009, 16:46
Does it tweet updates?

SantaClaus
3rd November 2009, 17:56
Wow! His doorbell has rung 1897 times, and each time, an image is sent to his mobile phone.

His bill must be huge! :laugh

Board Game Geek
3rd November 2009, 18:48
Perhaps I missed it, but I couldn't seen an inventory of his fridge or food cupboards.

I know a person who gets their food delivered, and uses a barcode reader to scan the items in to their cupboards, so that they can put the items in to an Access database for inventory purposes.

I guess it must be very important to know how many tins of baked beans and prunes one has at any one time.

Just imagine the chaos and carnage if you ran out.

OwlHoot
3rd November 2009, 19:06
Get used to it - In thirty years we'll all be forced to use monitors like this :eyes

Spacecadet
3rd November 2009, 19:21
Perhaps I missed it, but I couldn't seen an inventory of his fridge or food cupboards.

I know a person who gets their food delivered, and uses a barcode reader to scan the items in to their cupboards, so that they can put the items in to an Access database for inventory purposes.

I guess it must be very important to know how many tins of baked beans and prunes one has at any one time.

Just imagine the chaos and carnage if you ran out.

Probably just waiting for a Tesco Online API so they can automatically re-order staple items

Zippy
3rd November 2009, 19:29
Probably just waiting for a Tesco Online API so they can automatically re-order staple items

Tesco keep a record of what I have ordered and so am surprised that they haven't started emailing me telling me I've probably run out of beans.
To quote Del Boy and AtW - this time next year ...

Platypus
3rd November 2009, 20:13
Tesco keep a record of what I have ordered and so am surprised that they haven't started emailing me telling me I've probably run out of beans.

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Images/ExternalImages/ProductsDetailed/83/000083.jpg

One they RFID everything (see pic) you can be sure they will !

SFW

Platypus
3rd November 2009, 20:16
Oh hang on, I see Tesco now make bogs, so they can measure your output.

http://www.tescobathrooms.com/bathroom-suites/bathroom-pottery/toilets

SFW

Zippy
3rd November 2009, 20:19
Oh hang on, I see Tesco now make bogs, so they can measure your output.

http://www.tescobathrooms.com/bathroom-suites/bathroom-pottery/toilets

SFW

I'll buy one when they include the 'you are about to miss' sensor :D

Why don't blokes sit down?

threaded
3rd November 2009, 20:35
Wow! His doorbell has rung 1897 times, and each time, an image is sent to his mobile phone.

His bill must be huge! :laugh

Not really. In the first world many providers give you discount or even free rates when calling in-network.

DiscoStu
3rd November 2009, 20:37
I'll buy one when they include the 'you are about to miss' sensor :D

Why don't blokes sit down?

Paint a target inside the bowl. He'll never miss again :D

Zippy
3rd November 2009, 21:18
Paint a target inside the bowl. He'll never miss again :D

Marketing genius - Plan B?

Toolpusher
3rd November 2009, 21:22
Paint a target inside the bowl. He'll never miss again :DSomething like this (http://cdn1.sbnation.com/imported_assets/230510/target-urinal-even-harder_500x500_medium.jpg)?

Board Game Geek
3rd November 2009, 23:14
I'll buy one when they include the 'you are about to miss' sensor :D

Why don't blokes sit down?

Some of us do.

I'm on my feet all day, so I'll gladly take any chance to have a sit for a few minutes, regardless of which "toilet operation" I need to perform.

Zippy
3rd November 2009, 23:34
Some of us do.



My best friend does so I'm never worried when he comes to stay. You are in the minority thouugh ...

Board Game Geek
3rd November 2009, 23:44
My best friend does so I'm never worried when he comes to stay. You are in the minority thouugh ...

Apparently so.

It's weird, but human nature is usually wired to take the path of less resistance or effort. In essence, we are programmed to be lazy.

Hence, why do men stand up, exerting additional effort that is completely unnecessary ?

After all, we're meant to be the lazy gender, so it doesn't compute.

I think it's something to do with the "Ladies do it sitting down, so if you do it sitting down, you must be a lady. You are denying your god-given masculinity by not waving your penis all over the bathroom and hosing everything in sight".