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Oddly Specific Twitter Troll About Boiled Eggs Is A Flashback From The '90s

Twitter user Marina Ayano K brought back some serious (and very specific) '90s nostalgia when she tweeted about that little roller ball-thing found in computer mice that we were all fascinated by as kids. She then proceeded to troll her younger followers by claiming that that little ball was actually made out of the yolk of a hard-boiled egg, and that we had to prepare said yolk in order to use the mouse. Lo and behold, some people actually bought it, and the resulting tweets are priceless.

Funny Twitter thread where people talk about making hard-boiled eggs for the ball inside the mouse in the '90s | Marina Ayano K @even_kei Kids these days will never know hardships each week having overcook fresh hardboiled egg yolk computer mouse 10:18 AM 5/21/20 Twitter Web App
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Tumblr Thread: Humans Will Pack Bond With Anything

This fun Tumblr thread escalates quickly after a few folks share their hilarious experiences with befriending some of the hard working, earnest Roombas of the world. It considers what it'd look like if there were a knife-wielding Roomba on board a human starship, and all the kinds of chaos that would inevitably ensue. For some more gold from Tumblr check out this Tumblr thread about how humans are weird, durable space orcs.

A funny Tumblr thread about how humans will pack bond with anything | voidspacer My roomba is scared thunderstorms sitting at my desk just few minutes ago, drawing, and really loud crack thunder went off-no power surges or anything, just thunder-and my roomba fled its dock and started spinning circles currently now have an active roomba sitting quietly on my lap systlin Humans will pack bond with anything. Source: voidspacer
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american greetings and nick offerman troll ces tech expo
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CES is one of the biggest tech events of the year. It’s when everyone convinces you that you need to buy a terrifying robot Einstein for some reason.

But Nick Offerman aka Ron Swanson and American Greetings — yeah, the greeting card company — trolled all of them.

Promising “a device like none other,” Offerman and America Greetings delivered just that. Offerman took to the stage to present… a regular greeting card that looks like:



via Mashable

Offerman, who was there to present the product had this to say:

"When I started dating my wife — her name is Megan Mullally, she's a very beautiful actress and singer and goddess — she and I loved giving each other cards," he told a crowd at the press event. "It's a very important part of our relationship, and so we've continued that practice.

"Even though there are times when it's more appropriate, of course, to send a text or an email ... when you really want to get a sentiment across, there's nothing like the artifact of the handwritten card.

D'awwww... now go buy one for you mother or something.

H/T Mashable

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The ingenious team over at OBSEV Studios put together this hilarious video that aims to show off what a pager/iPhone could look like. Kind of spot-on!