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Hilarious Public Notices That Turn Any Boring Day Into A Fun Day!

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Public notices are made to capture your attention and make you aware of something. Often these notices are strictly formal and have a monotonous tone to it. But, what if these notices were funny instead of being serious but would have the same impact? That would be indeed fun to watch.

These awkward yet hilarious public notices will undoubtedly turn your boring day into a fun one!

1. Hey, just because you can’t find your pet that doesn’t mean that the Chinese people have them.

2. You didn’t have to be so rude you know, but, then again, it’s true!

3. Yes, sir/madam, you definitely look super cute when you’re wearing that seat belt and not cracking your skull open in an accident.

4. That’s what I’m talking about, humans are really toxic for the animals, and finally, somebody acknowledged that.

5. In a parallel universe where you need to have kids to enter the pool.

6. Thank you so much for this information, but what should I do about the gills that I adapted specifically to breathe underwater now?

7. Anybody up for challenging the bull? I don’t think so!

8. Starting smoking is super easy (maybe!) but leaving smoking is super hard (definitely).

9. People need to be such considerate, thanks, buddy!

10. Nope, not happening at all, if you want to proceed to do it be my guest.

11. So, do you still want to go littering around? Nope, I didn’t think so as well.

12. Experiences may teach you a lot, especially when you are being okay with welcoming bears in the inn. I hope the lessons going to stick around forever.

13.For all those who think that they will stop the ride if your crying, then you might want to think a good couple of times before you decide to go on this ride.

14. You never know when you gotta be famous, so, in case if you’re famous you can break and have fun!


 

posted Sep 10 by Sahana

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Google is an unconventional company with a huge stake in our online lives. It is a source of fascination for many, including us, but what really happens in the Googleplex? And what cool factoids and stats exist from the company's relatively short past?

Here we bring you 10 fun facts about Google to quench our own thirst for Google knowledge as well as hopefully offer you a distracting diversion from your daily life.

1. The First Google Doodle

Google's famous homepage "Doodles" (the changing Google logo graphics) are well known and enjoyed by millions around the world as a way to mark an event or anniversary. But did you know that the very first Google Doodle was designed as a kind of "out of office" message?

In 1998 Brin and Page took the weekend off to go the Burning Man festival in Nevada. The Burning Man doodle (shown above), was designed by the Google guys and added to the homepage to let their users know they were out of office and couldn't fix technical issues like a server crash.

2. Interesting Figures from the Google IPO

While the initial price for Google's stock at its Initial Public Offering in August 2004 is an interesting stat in itself, there's more to the story. The opening price for Google's stock was $85 per share. At the time of writing, the stock price was $483 but has soared as high as $600 in the past year, making GOOG a rather nice investment for many.

A bonus factoid from Google's IPO process is the value Google stated it hoped to raise on its S-1 form — as much as $2,718,281,828. It may just look like a string of numbers to non-mathletes, but 2,718,281,828 is actually the first ten digits of the mathematical constant ""e"," showing that even as their company was planning to go public, the Google guys could still geek out with a bit of numerical humor. 

3. The First Google Storage Was Made From LEGO

As proud hosts to Google back when it was still a research project, and known as "BackRub," here Stanford now showcases the original Google storage from way back in 1996. It's made up of a whopping 40 GB (less than a modern iPod) and it's made from, as fans of the building bricks will be delighted to see, LEGO. It even hash funny mini-figures on the top.

Legend has it that the reason for the LEGO construction was that the Google guys needed an easily expandable, and cheap way to house 10 4 GB hard drives, and LEGO fit the bill. Whether the primary colors of the bricks used were the hues that went on to inspire the Google logo's design is up for debate, but we'd guess it wasn't just a coincidence.

4. Google's First Ever Tweet

Google's first ever Twitter post was as satisfyingly geeky as you could hope for. The message, sent in February 2009, reads "I'm 01100110 01100101 01100101 01101100 01101001 01101110 01100111 00100000 01101100 01110101 01100011 01101011 01111001 00001010."

For anyone not fluent in binary, here's a hint — it's a well known phrase from the company's homepage. Got it? Yep, it reads: "I'm feeling lucky."

5. Google Rents Goats

This one isn't actually one of Google's infamous April Fools' Day jokes: Google rents out goats. Yes you read that right. It rents goats from a company called California Grazing to help cut down the amount of weeds and brush at Google HQ.

The operation of 200 goats (plus herder and a border collie) is kind to the environment, and as Google puts it: "A lot cuter to watch than lawn mowers."

6. Google's Impact on Language

While you'd think the news that the Merriam-Webster and Oxford English Dictionary adding "google" as a verb to their lexicons in 2006 would thrill the search engine, Google was actually none too pleased with the development.

"We'd like to make clear that you should please only use 'Google' when you’re actually referring to Google Inc. and our services," the company wrote in a blog post at the time.

The rationale behind the semantic displeasure was that Google had "a brand to protect," and feared Google would "slip from trademarked status into common usage." Now, four years later, we have to say Google was fighting a losing battle — just 'google it.'

However, we've found some other Google-themed linguistic delights for you — a Google staffer is commonly referred to as a "Googler," while a new team member joins as a "Noogler." Nooglers also used to wear a colorful hat with a spinner on top. According to a former employee, those hats are now pretty scarce in some offices, instead: "Every Noogler gets a yellow smiley balloon and a nameplate." 

7. Google Is Dog-Friendly 

Google is a super dog-friendly company. It proudly names "company dogs," like Yoshka(described as a "free-range Leonberger") pictured above. Yoshka accompanies Urs Holzle, senior VP operations and Google Fellow to the Googleplex. Less senior staff are also allowed to bring their dogs to the office.

According to Google's "Dog Policy", one indiscretion too many on the Google carpets, or aggressive behavior, means Lassie will have to stay at home in the future. Strong bladdered and friendly canines are more than welcome across the campus.

Unfortunately, cats are not quite as welcome. Here's an excerpt taken directly from Google's Code of Conduct: "Google's affection for our canine friends is an integral facet of our corporate culture. We like cats, but we're a dog company, so as a general rule we feel cats visiting our offices would be fairly stressed out."

8. Google's First Ever "Company Snack" Was Swedish Fish

Back in February, 1999, the chewy candy known as "Swedish Fish" became the first ever company snack (not counting beverages) that was ordered into the Google office.

Although a relatively small event, it has led to big things. Google is infamous in the industry for treating its employees to not just free drinks and snacks on tap, but full-on gourmet meals, three times a day at a plethora of on-site cafes and eateries, as well as regular BBQs during the summer.

Brin and Page have been quoted in the past as saying no Googler should have to go more than 100 feet for food, leading to snack-filled "microkitchens" that are liberally dotted around the Google offices. 

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Backing this up, here's a stat from Google — "Bay Area Googlers consumed approximately 5,500 pounds of handmade chocolates from the snack bins in the microkitchens in 2007." Wow.

9. The Google Logo Was Not Centered Until 2001

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