We have an extraordinary program for you today: Chat tips for dummies. The discovery of the «please sir» emoji. Things that Zoom taught us and a question about the normal behavior of an 11 year old. Excited? Then have fun with our Daily!
Driver’s License is obviously a catchy song but every time i hear it i’m like aww babe you’ll get over it
— charlie (@chunkbardey) April 30, 2021
never opening my mouth again. pic.twitter.com/2YwZwWg2TU
— ًً (@pholicity) April 30, 2021
"In my 17 years of teaching…" pic.twitter.com/oaA9HE4zbW
— Ishraq (@ishraq_05) April 30, 2021
finding out that the keyboard shortcut for this emoji 🥺 is “please sir” ruined my day
— zach silberberg (@zachsilberberg) April 30, 2021
I just unplugged my WIFI and heard someone yell WTF from across the street!
— KPMoore (@KPMoore8) April 30, 2021
European out-of-offices: “I’m away camping for the summer. Email again in September”
American out-of-offices: “I have left the office for two hours to undergo kidney surgery but you can reach me on my cell anytime”
— Samuel Pollen (@samuel_pollen) April 30, 2021
Zoom has conditioned me to believe that if I don’t like an event or meeting, I can just leave—immediately and without a word to anyone. This will be hard to unlearn.
— Connor Ewing (@ConnorMEwing) April 30, 2021
He’s heavier than he looks pic.twitter.com/81GOabyEFQ
— Paul (@bingowings14) April 30, 2021
When you were 11 did you hand-write 3 chapters of the first book of a planned trilogy and then completely forget about it until you discovered the notebook as an adult and were horrified or were you normal
— Lydia Sigwarth (@LibraryLydia) April 30, 2021
artists… we can finally snack while drawing??pic.twitter.com/2F4AeShnXT
— Sanka ⁷ 🧈 HAO 🎱 (@Sankavi_Arts) April 30, 2021