Friday, October 2, 2015

Funny Friday

Another Friday and time for some humour.

The theme today: fonts (more correctly, typefaces) . . .

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You know you’re a geek when you look at a CD cover and think, "I have that font."

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Font size – 3

I am a man of little words.

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My mate changed his name to Arial Font.

He's always been a bit bold like that.

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I asked on Yahoo questions, "My font colour is white - how do I change it?"

I can't understand why I've had no answers?

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A repost but worth it . . .

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Just for a laugh, I changed the font at our local church but the Vicar wasn't happy.

It took him half a day to get it back to Times New Roman.

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Due to an unfortunate accident at the font last week, my son is now named 'David Whoops Splash Slippery Little Bastard Isn't He Smith'.

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Typography experts say That Times New Roman is a bad font to use when typing up a CV for job applications.

As I know from experience, Dingbats is worse.

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Corn Corner:

It seems that there was a little old church out in the countryside, painted white and with a high steeple.

One Sunday, the pastor noticed that his church needed painting. He checked out the Sunday ads and found a paint sale. The next day, he went into town and bought a gallon of white paint. He went back out to the church and began the job.

He got done with the first side. It was looking great. But he noticed he had already used a half gallon. He didn't want to run back in town and being the creative person that he was, he found a gallon of thinner in the shed out back, and began to thin his paint.

It worked out great. He finished the remaining three sides with that last half gallon of paint.

That night, it rained: it rained hard. The next morning when he stepped outside of the parsonage to admire his work, he saw that the first side was looking great, but that the paint on the other three sides had washed away.

The pastor looked up in sky in anguish and cried out, "What shall I do?"

A voice came back from the heavens saying, "Repaint, and thin no more!"



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