A joke that originated from the song “Deeez Nuuuts” on Dr. Dre’s original album “The Chronic”, released in 1992. Since then, the phrase has mutated into “deez nutz” and catching people with “deez nutz” has become America’s 3,157th favorite pastime, just behind underwater basket-weaving and just ahead of collecting Spongebob Squarepants paraphernalia. The game works as following: you ask someone a question, and if the response is “What?”, “Who?”, “Huh?” or anything starting starting with one of the 5 “W’s”, you’re free to get that person with “DEEEEEZ NUUUUUTZ!!!”. Works best when done loudly in quiet public places such as a lecture hall, church, or a line at the bank.
Credits: tenor via Hardik Sirvi, GIFs Community and Facebook, Urban Dictionary
Hello Vijay Shah,
Checking out at eBay? Check out this. Grab a 0% interest offer on your eBay buys with PayPal Credit and spread the cost of any baskets, of £99 and above, for up to 12 months. Best get a wiggle on though, this offer won’t hang around, it ends on 21.10.18!
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As the Gifville energy crisis of 2015 began to bite, ingenious locals soon devised new ways to keep their appliances switched on without plugging into the grid. Local amateur scientist Haim Ster, from Israel, enlisted the help of his pet hamster Sari and her wheel to keep his phone on the blink. Clever man!
Credits: GifGifMagazine via Milorad Vidojevic, GIFs Community and Facebook
BBC, the UK public service broadcaster offers listeners of its radio stations to personalise their music choice, right down to their preferred artists and set up playlists as well.
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ENUU’s Electric Bike Car is as wide as a scooter and can be reserved via an app.
Credits: CI and iPHONENESS via Panah Rad, Rad GIFs & Videos and Google+
Today I learnt that 3 friends are having babies, two are getting married, 10 are going on holiday, and another 3 are obsessed with cat memes. Really obsessed. Welcome to the life race that is reading the newsfeed.
Credits: Via Rajesh Mundra, Reaction Gifs and Google+
A small GIF of processes taken from a LinkedIn Learning email offering courses in Android development training. That’s for the software, not the robots.
Credits: LinkedIn Learning and LinkedIn via Outlook