20 Things Not To Do With Your Computer
Suggestion by Drama Queen
Dancing. Computers make lousy dance partners, unless we're talking laptops, as they tend to be more spry. Yelling. Or any antagonizing posture. Don't get mad at your computer, remember it has access to your bank statements. Deep sea diving. Uh, duh! Everyone knows computers are scared of tuna. Traveling to the Himalayas. Computers are scared of falling. Lets be honest, you would be too if you knew you had to stay broken while your closest part was shipped in by Yak! Going to an accordion festival. No one likes accordions, not even computers. Going to a bagpipe festival. See above. Networking it with a Mac. Lets face it, it's hard to socialize with people you don't understand. I mean honestly... click and drag!? Taking it on a roller-coaster. Computers love high speeds, and would probably love roller-coasters, it's just their peripherals can fly off... which is bad. Therapy. If you're having that much trouble with your computer, just throw it away. You don't need to make a lifelong commitment to everything. If the above is even a issue, you should forget the computer and just get an Etch-A-Sketch, or if you want even less functionality, get a Mac. Going to the movies. Computers are notorious for giving away the endings to movies, so be considerate and leave the laptop at home. Stealing. Computers make lousy liars and will always rat you out. Don't trust them with your secrets or misdeeds. Taking it to Montana. People in Montana are scared of computers and will shoot them on site. If you're thinking of trying the above, then please note the following. Everyone in Montana has a gun, from grandmas to billy goats, you can count on it. Dating advice. While computers love sifting through data, they cannot recognize a stalker or a mama's boy from a picture and a paragraph. Training monkeys with it. While this should seem obvious to many of you there might be one person that needs to get this message. This is a big no no. Taking over the world. Although it might be capable of helping you with global conquest, it would be wrong. Why not just play some solitaire? Using it as a footstool. This is a demeaning practice for a high end computing device. Besides, thats what kids are for. Throwing it from the highest rooftop. If you hate your computer that much, then why let it off so easy. Taking it apart piece by piece will make it suffer longer. Working. Not that I have to tell you all that anyway.