We mange a multitude of social profiles across numerous industry types. Without fail, we find HUMOR always "engages" audiences the most. With that in mind, we've decided to start re-posting humorous items we find around the net. Feel free to share these with your network. Enjoy.
Meme description: Close up a watermelon wedge set against a blue sky. The watermelon peaks against the clouds like a mountain. A silhouette of person with arm raised in victory stands atop the peak. In the sky, the question is asked, "Have you climbed a watermelon today?"
Photo description: Boy in English country cap and a gray sweater, Mickey Mouse shirt, shorts, white socks and blue gray shoes is taking the sweater off and with a pissy face says in a text bubble, "No, you wear this stupid hat and sweater to school."
Description - An older brindle boxer sleeps on a red velvet sofa. His head is on the pillow. In a thought bubble he thinks, "Darn nice of my humans to buy
this red velvet sofa for me. They need to clean up the slobber though..after I wake up, of course."
Image source: SocialProfiles.us
Why science teachers should not be put on playground duty.
Description: Line drawing of a science teacher and a bunch of kids on a swing set all lined up in a row. The teachers is pulling one of the kids on the swing sideways and about to release to smash into the other kids to show them how kinetic energy works.
As the holiday seasons approach, don't forget the curmudgeons in your life. Here's a door mat any curmudgeon will love.
Funny image description: The evil wizard is hold in a Smurf in his fist. The Smurf asks: How did you find our village? The evil wizard says, "Google Maps."
Source: http://www.facebook.com/FunnyPikzTags: Funny, humor, social, cartoon, smurfs
Image description: A bear sits in a deer hunters tree stand is looking down at photographer on the ground.Source : https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=557491120984909&set=a.352489341485089.80123.101782669889092&type=1&theater
Humor aside, here is an interesting article ruminating on ones social media legacy. It's a curious concept, and a reality. Every now and then, in certain networks, I am reminded to wish a friend "Happy Birthday". The disturbing thing is my friend died about 4 years ago. So, my point is, everyone who uses social media will likely be leaving some kind of digital memory trail. This article suggests people may want to consider what their digital legacy will be...Myself, I'm just going to make sure my family has all my passwords and can delete everything if they want to. At the very least, not get reminded to wish a dead man "Happy Birthday."
Image credit: Wikipedia.org
Oh yeah. Hi 5! It's Friday! - Dancing Dog.#humor #dancingdog #tgif