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Man Posts Absolutely Captivating Ad For Used Yoga Mat On Craigslist

A Seattle man wrote in the ad, looking for a buyer after taking exactly one hot yoga class, and his recollection of the experience answers about every question there is related to the sale.

Well a little too thorough i suppose. haha!

Take a read, and your will understand why it is in high regard.

Epic Yoga Mat Craigslist
Yoga ad

 

Taken from: http://elitedaily.com/humor/man-posts-amazing-ad-yoga-mat-craigslist-photo/644838/

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She only have sex at night because…

Well done yo! 😀

From the looks, she should be a young teenager. Unless there is no form of sex education, I don’t think anyone will have written that.

So our conclusion is, either this is just a troll tweet, or our dear friend is still very innocently sweet. 😀

Yet again, if this is the reality, wouldn’t we solve the problem of unwanted teen pregnancy already?

Haha! Still… Omfg!

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Guy Loses Poker Bet And Has To Get RIDICULOUS New Name.

This is why you should never get drunk and start placing ridiculous poker bets.

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One unfortunate New Zealander found out the hard way after losing a bet which involved his friends choosing him a new name if he lost.

The 22-year-old did lose and is now called Full Metal Havok More Sexy N Intelligent Than Spock And All The Superheroes Combined With Frostnova.

‘My friend lost a bet 5 years ago and his friends changed his name,’ explained the man’s ‘friend’, who helpfully posted the confirmation letter online.

‘He just found out it was actually accepted last week when his passport expired. He has to wait 3 years to fix it.’

The man’s new name will go ‘live’ on Monday when he will also have to change the name on his driving licence and other official documents.

Source: Metro

 

 

Taken from: http://uniladmag.com/articles/guy-loses-poker-bet-get-ridiculous-new-name-incredible/

Brazil vs Germany Resulted In Failed Singapore Advertisment

 

German Success Unravels Singapore’s Anti-Soccer Betting Ad

 

An anti-soccer betting ad, commissioned by Singapore’s National Council on Problem Gambling, on display at a taxi stand in the city-state’s central business district, on July 9. 

Chun Han Wong/The Wall Street Journal

SINGAPORE—Germany’s stunning 7-1 win over Brazil in Tuesday’s World Cup semifinal dispensed delirium and despair to fans from both nations. In Singapore, the result has left advertisers red-faced over an unwittingly prescient campaign.

Over the past month, Singaporeans have been subjected to melancholic television adsand posters featuring young “Andy,” a fictional but troubled boy whose savings were used by his father to bet on Germany’s crowning as world soccer champions.

“I hope Germany wins,” Andy says when his friends ask who he thinks would win the World Cup. “My dad bet all my savings on them.”

Commissioned by Singapore’s National Council on Problem Gambling, the ad was meant to “deter gamblers from gambling irresponsibly during the World Cup,” according to localad agency Goodfellas, which produced the campaign.

But as Die Nationalmannschaft crushed the Seleção in record-breaking fashion, soccer-mad Singaporeans quickly surmised that Andy’s dad was better off keeping his bets on the table.

“Looks like the boy’s father who bet all his savings on Germany will be laughing all the way to the bank!” Singapore’s Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin wrote on his Facebook page during the semifinal.

At halftime, with Germany leading five-nil, broadcasters ran the commercial again, reminding viewers of the worldly riches that may spring from a well-placed bet. Images and comments lampooning the ad promptly went viral on social media.

“This ad has given hope to all gamblers!” a Facebook user named Sieg Delacroix wrote. Others, meanwhile, learned a lesson in filial piety. “Always trust your father,” wrote popular blogger Lee Kin Mun, who goes by the name “mrbrown.”

Neither the government-backed NCPG nor Goodfellas have offered any insight into their apparent act of clairvoyance. A Goodfellas executive referred The Wall Street Journal’s queries to the NCPG, which didn’t immediately respond to a separate request for comment.

Even so, some Singaporeans are hailing the NCPG as their country’s latest soccer oracle, following in the footsteps of Paul the Octopus—a now-deceased cephalopod that correctly predicted the outcome of each game involving Germany at the 2010 World Cup, as well as that year’s final won by Spain.

There’s still time, however, for a final twist in Andy’s tale.

Germany, aiming to win its fourth World Cup title, must still overcome either Argentina or the Netherlands in Sunday’s final, and break a historical hoodoo—no European team has won the tournament when it was hosted in the Americas.

 

Taken from: http://blogs.wsj.com/searealtime/2014/07/09/german-success-unravels-singapores-anti-soccer-betting-ad/

This Is What Happens When You Accidentally Email Your Entire Company

This Is What Happens When You Accidentally Email Your Entire Company

I created a monster.posted on June 28, 2014, at 5:48 a.m.

On a Thursday morning, June 19, my life was forever changed when I woke up without hot water.

On a Thursday morning, June 19, my life was forever changed when I woke up without hot water.

While arguing with my landlord to get the water running on his day off, I sent a copy to the wrong email chain — instead of sending it to my manager and two editors it was sent to BuzzFeed employees worldwide.

While arguing with my landlord to get the water running on his day off, I sent a copy to the wrong email chain — instead of sending it to my manager and two editors it was sent to BuzzFeed employees worldwide.

Then things really started to get out of control.

Then things really started to get out of control.

My brilliant co-workers sent GIFs.

My brilliant co-workers sent GIFs.

Tweets.

Tweets.

@JstnMchl Got your email. Are you okay?! Do you need us to send anything?

Remember @JstnMchl “It’s not whether you get knocked down; it’s whether you get back up.” #PrayForJustin

Donations.

Donations.

Profound quotes.

Profound quotes.

Jokes.

Sound advice.

Sound advice.

Motivation from my editor-in-chief.

Motivation from my editor-in-chief.

Encouragement from Mumbai.

Encouragement from Mumbai.

Legal action.

Legal action.

DIY tips.

DIY tips.

Videos.

And this kind offering from BuzzFeed’s founder and CEO.

And this kind offering from BuzzFeed's founder and CEO.

They showed legitimate concern.

They showed legitimate concern.

And doubt:

And doubt:

I saw the serious impact of social media activism.

I saw the serious impact of social media activism.

And how thrilled my roommate was when he woke up.

And how thrilled my roommate was when he woke up.

Our product team made a crucial update to our CMS.

Our product team made a crucial update to our CMS.

And then there was this comment…

And then there was this comment...

…that started all kinds of weird fan fiction.

...that started all kinds of weird fan fiction.

But the question of the day came from Australia:

But the question of the day came from Australia:

And you bet your ass I made it.

This Is What Happens When You Accidentally Email Your Entire Company

ESPN / Via tumblr.com

After showering at the company gym, I was greeted by my generous co-workers with an applause and many thanks for making their day.

After showering at the company gym, I was greeted by my generous co-workers with an applause and many thanks for making their day.

Update — June 20, 11 p.m. ET: Superintendent Louis fixed the shower. All in a day’s work.

Update — June 20, 11 p.m. ET: Superintendent Louis fixed the shower. All in a day's work.

Taken from: http://www.buzzfeed.com/justincarissimo/not-all-water
Always check who are u sending to before you do! ;p

10 Types of Singaporean Bosses

You can stay out of your house longer if you don’t like your wife, ignore your parents’ calls when you are too bored to talk to them, but bosses… that’s a tricky one. Whether you like them or not, you have to interact with them, and if you are planning to stick around in your job, you have to keep them happy.

We give you the 10 most common types of bosses. 🙂