If you're looking for creativity and originality, it ain't here.
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I’m an in-house designer for an office product manufacturer. We offer custom marketing materials for our wholesalers. This exchange took place after creating a double-sided print flyer…
Me: Attached is a PDF of the final draft of your flyer. Please look it over one last time. If everything is…
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Client: I have the photo for the advertisement you’re working on, but I think you should flip it. Is that possible?
The photo featured the backs of three people sitting at a bar.
Me: That shouldn’t be a problem, it’ll just be mirrored.
Client: No, can you not flip it so we can see their faces?
[ nock nock who? ]
call again please I need a poo
Reblogged from badkidsjokes
In 2010, I discussed doing VFX for a client’s feature-length film. I gave him an estimate, time frame, and a PO Box to mail a hard drive of raw footage to. He promised to send the footage within the week.
Three years later, I received a bubble wrap envelope from the client. The envelope…
THIS IS THE STUPIDEST THING I’VE EVER READ. I didn’t know people could be that stupid.
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I don’t even know what to say to this…
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Thats delicious… Sort of.
I farted… Sort of.
This medication should help… Sort of.
Its benign… Sort of.
I love you… Sort of.
I’m still a virgin… Sort of.
You passed… Sort of.
Your mom is going to be okay… Sort of
We fixed your cable… Sort of.
Its a boy… Sort…
Some of Twitter’s more confusing Internet jargon—hashtags, @ replies, and manual retweets—no doubt add to the initial confusion. But in the future, the service may do away some of its more perplexing and insular language.
There goes the neighborhood.
It would look much more professional and cleaner if the @ replies were gone (but replies are still available) but I’m worried it will make it more confusing to existing users. Hashtags suck on the whole but sometimes they can be useful, so they can’t get rid of those.
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