Those who have a considerable know-how of Electric guitars know Les Paul, the pioneer of solid-body electric guitar. On 9th June, Google celebrated his 96th birthday by offering an interactive doodle logo. You can either use mouse or keyboard to play the strings. Use the record button to record what you play. After clicking Stop, you will see a URL of your recorded track which can be used to listen it again or to share your track with others. Isn’t it creative!!!
Here’s what Google has to say: We’re thrilled so many of you jammed out on our Les Paul doodle — recording 5.1 years worth of music in 48 hours — so we’ve carved out a permanent spot in the display case for our doodle guitar. Rock on!
During last few months, I came across some typographically composed images titled Bro Tip being shared on Facebook. That appeared to be some kind of regular series that publish such one-liners and call them Brotip. Due to its popular theme about young guys, that made it even more famous among most of the Facebook users.
After around a week or so, a title named “Sistip” got my attention, and I thought here it is the female version of Brotip.
This thing appeared as a hit idea, so many people started using it, and during the last week, Facebook is all full of pages for tips having different categories. And one thing I noticed is that almost all of those new pages seem to be managed by Pakistani Users, that further shows how witty and creative a Pakistani Mind is.
And then we saw a flood of Tips like:
- Burger Tip
- Punjabi Tip
- Paki Tip
- Mofo tip
- Hoe tip
- Memon Tip
- Beacon Tip
- Launda Tip
- Maila Tip
- Potty Tip, etc.
Electricity originates inside clouds. There it forms into lightning, which is attracted to the Earth by golfers. After entering the ground, the electricity hardens into coal, which, when dug up by power companies and burned in big ovens called ‘generators,’ turns back into electricity where it is transformed by TV sets into commercials for beer, which passes through the consumers and back into the ground, thus completing what is known as a “circuit”.
- Dave Barry
Here’s one sweet and cute episode featuring Plucky Duck as a child star during potty-training days…
As funny as it seems, but it’s really a witty one-liner, especially the term “Not talking to each other“. Almost everyone has some memories related to “Not talking to each other” in their relationships and that makes it more interesting. Although, realistically speaking, this trait is common in both males and females, so women are not the one to be blamed…
Ever wonder what kittens are actually thinking?
Wonder no more. When an adorable 6-year-old inserts her own literal narrative to the photos in a children’s book titled Kittens, the result is quite hilarious.
What if the language used on Facebook chat, MSN, Yahoo Messengers, etc. were spoken in real life? It’d be pretty weird…
Check this out…
Although, YouTube is full of laughing baby home videos, but this one topped all of them. Uploaded in 2006, this video has got more than 159 Million views…
Isn’t it incredible?!
The comedian Jud Laipply performs various forms of popular dances of the western music scene in this 6-min. sequence. Laipply shows us dance moves from Elvis, Movie Grease, The Bangles, Michael Jackson and so many more styles that are still hit and iconic.
Ever thought what kittens are actually thinking?
Then wonder no more. When an adorable 6-year-old inserts her own literal narrative to the photos in a children’s book titled Kittens, the result is quite hilarious.