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3 months ago
Typical IT issue
If this computer was a pet a vet would euthanize it
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5 months ago
A technicians worst nightmare
If you have a hammer everything looks like a nail. You're now banned from owning a PC stick to consoles and here's why:

The Hacker Handicap: "Because if you're using power tools on your PC, you've already proved you're a danger to technology. Console games are like training wheels for your digital dexterity—stick to the basics before you try to hack the mainframe!"

The DIY Disaster: "Because if you're treating your PC like a piece of lumber, you're better off with a controller that won't require any 'assembly.' Console games are like the IKEA furniture of gaming—just plug and play, no power tools required!"

The Tech Tantrum: "Because if you're resorting to power tools to fix your PC, you're one step away from rage-quitting and throwing your computer out the window. Console games are like a gentle massage for your gaming frustrations—no need to break out the heavy machinery!"

The Precision Problem: "Because if you can't tell the difference between a screwdriver and a mouse, you're better off sticking to games that won't require surgical precision. Console games are like a blunt instrument for your gaming needs—no finesse required!"

The Circuitry Catastrophe: "Because if you're treating your PC like a piece of wood, you're one short circuit away from a full-blown meltdown. Console games are like a safe harbor in a sea of electrical hazards—no risk of electrocution, just pure gaming bliss!"
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5 months ago
Someone got his blood pressure up
Built like a brick shithouse
Here are five humorous reasons someone might not know what a PC looks like:

The "Technophobe Tantrum": They've been living under a rock for so long that they think a PC stands for "Potato Chip" and have been searching the snack aisle for a computer-shaped bag of chips.

The "Alien Abduction Anecdote": They were abducted by aliens at a young age and spent most of their formative years on a spaceship, where the concept of a personal computer was as foreign as the concept of personal space.

The "Time Traveler's Tale": They accidentally traveled back in time to the Middle Ages and spent years trying to explain the concept of a PC to confused villagers who thought they were talking about a mystical box of wizardry.

The "Puzzle Prodigy": They're a master of puzzles and riddles but have never encountered a PC in the wild, leading them to believe that it's some kind of cryptic acronym for a secret society or ancient artifact.

The "Amnesia Antics": They woke up one day with total amnesia and have been trying to piece together their identity ever since. Unfortunately, their memory loss includes all knowledge of modern technology, leaving them completely clueless about what a PC looks like.
Someone got his blood pressure up

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