I logged into Facebook this morning (as you do), scrolled down my news feed and came across this:
1: Open Google Maps (directions)
2: Type China as your starting point
3: Type Taiwan as your destination.
4: Read step 48
Curiousity kills the cat, as they say, so I, being as obedient as I am, followed the steps. Let’s just say it kick-started my day with a smile….Epic fail or what!
As exciting (not to mention dangerous and exhausting!) as swimming across the Pacific Ocean sounds, I can’t swim for toffee so disappointingly my journey would end on step 47.
I also noticed that the travel method is by car. So erm, how how do you actually swim with your car? This conjured up hilarious images of a poor traveller desperately trying to get to the other side with a primitive looking rope around their waist attached to their vehicle. Le sigh.
All I can say is thank goodness for the invention of ferryboats and airplanes.
Here’s the answer to yesterday’s Blackberry Messenger (BBM) riddle:
The young lady was hoping that the guy would show up to her sister’s funeral. This was a test that was carried out by a famous American psychologist to observe how closely the mental level of a person matches with that of a killer. Many convicted serial killers were analysed in the test and answered the question correctly. If you didn’t get it right then good for you. If you answered correctly, you have a criminal mind.
Scarily, I responded within seconds and got it right. *BBM devil emoticon*
I was sent this riddle to solve via Blackberry Messenger earlier today and thought I’d share it with you. Give it a go. I’ll put the answer up in 24 hours.
A young lady, while at the funeral of her mother, meets a guy who she has never met before in her life. She falls in love with him but he never proposes and she never finds him again. A few days later she kills her sister.
Q: What was her motive for killing her sister?
I came across this print screen of a Google search. Speechless. I usually appreciate Google correcting my spelling when I’m not 100% sure on something, but this is too much. What? Is Google all of a sudden a stereotype churner rather than a search engine? Admitedly, this image made me ell oh ell (LOL) a little bit before actually going straight-faced in disgust. Maybe this indicates something about race relations in America, because, according to Google Insights, 100% of the people searching for “white people stole my car” were from the United States. Some say it’s a prank….. sigh.