It’s geek to me

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  1. What a hilarious collection. Thank you. They’re all so true. Society just keeps changing. I don’t know if its good or not. I had wrote a story a month or so ago called. “Smarter than Me Phones,” so I really related to the first one.

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  2. Ha! So true…… 🙂

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  3. Ha, ha. The future is now. 😀 — Suzanne

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  4. Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
    Time for a late laugh (late in U.K. anyway) – courtesy of BlueBird 😄

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  5. paulandruss says:

    Hilarious. Everyone a gem!

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  6. These are great! But that last one, with the Slow Children Texting sign… there needs to be a Slow Grandmas Texting warning, as well. About a month ago I was walking our big dog through the town park, texting as I walked… and I walked right smack into the wing of an Air Force jet airplane that is on display there. I felt so silly! I mean, who does that??

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    • Ouch! I hope you weren’t bruised too badly. Grandmas texting can certainly be hazardous to themselves and others (maybe even more so than children, who are more resilient and don’t break quite as easily). This old grandma seldom tries to do anything else while walking, due to the fact that if there is anything on the ground that can be tripped over — even just a crack in the pavement — I will trip over it.

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  7. Will S. says:

    🙂

    The top one reminds me of the cameo of Stephen King in the movie adaptation of his story Maximum Overdrive:

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  8. Reblogged this on sherriemiranda1 and commented:
    Its a MADD world! 😉 ❤
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