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50 Funniest & Weirdest Twitter Tweets!

Laughter is the sun that drives winter from the human face“. ~Victor Hugo

It’s time for some fun brought to you by Thoughtpick! Therefore, I have prepared for you a list of 50 of my favorite recent, funniest and weirdest Twitter tweets! Enjoy!

P.S: Apologies for any use of foul language but we made it a point to bring you the tweet uncut and uncensored!

  1. @comedyclipsblog I’ve just seen a group on facebook called I Hate Feet. Obviously these people are fans of the metric system #joke
  2. @ILuvPatrickStar I remember once I said sumthing I thought was a joke it wasn’t I got in trouble haha
  3. @ericlemke Starring your own tweet is like the internet version of laughing at your own joke.
  4. @beiruta #joke: Q. What is the difference between light and hard? A. You can sleep with a light on. LOL
  5. @ItzLikeImUnReal @sweetheart0315 weird is not always bad lol
  6. @MrsMartan There are times when that I wish I could turn back time.., and stay as quiet as a mouse then opening my big mouth…
    Funny Cat Laughing!

    Funny Cat Laughing!

  7. @callmeteliz so… I find the word “attractive” really attractive. No joke
  8. @marcymac Iphone seems to amplify train noises. My friends ask me if I live in Hooterville. (I always say yes) LOL
  9. @Carlie_pie lets try this again lol “his eye is on the sparrow and i know he watches me”
  10. @nmcollins i don’t like bathroom humor, but the word ‘poop’ is just funny.
  11. @tammychua Funny how playing ‘scissors-paper-stone’ can make me laugh like mad.
  12. @louhaffner @tinarosegriffin TINA. PACK IT IN! Just because he didnt find your comments about his chest hair funny, lol. & I know you do! ha.
  13. @Boomquiesha_J Almost said a highly inappropriate “your mom” joke involving chronological inconsistencies. I really should just go to bed.

Wi-Fi (R)evolution: The End of Bluetooth?

Wi-Fi Alliance

Wi-Fi Alliance

The Wi-Fi alliance, which includes Apple, Microsoft, Cisco and Intel amongst its members, announced that they will release a new technology that will make it easier for electronic gadgets to exchange data. The technology will be called Wi-Fi Direct, which will allow each device to act as its own “hotspot“. Wi-Fi Direct is expected to be certified in mid-2010 and will be built into new devices, while older Wi-Fi enabled devices will be able to download a firmware update that would provide older devices with Wi-Fi- Direct capabilities.

Wi-Fi direct will offer the same data transfer speeds currently offered by Wi-Fi and will allow devices to communicate over the range of 300ft . This places the Wi-Fi Alliance into direct competition with the Bluetooth protocol, finally, which has been the leading protocol for short-range peer-to-peer connections. The much loved to be hated protocol is more energy efficient than Wi-Fi but Wi-Fi Direct already comes enterprise ready by supporting the WPA2 protocol and providing the required security for the connection to be trusted and adopted.

While this might be great news for smartphone users, it might also put a dent into the 1$ Billion dollar market of Wi-Fi access points. The prospect of being able to extend your network indefinitely using gadgets and devices that are already available to you is certainly exciting.

This technology is certainly enticing. Beside the fact that it finally resolves issues that Bluetooth had problems with, mainly security and range, its high bandwidth opens up the window for another exciting prospect. Using the WiFi Direct technology anyone can provide wireless access to the entire neighborhood with little to no start-up cost. Maybe, just maybe, it will usher in the age where we are drowned with free wireless Hotspots wherever we go. Now let’s just hope that smartphones batteries become a bit more efficient and provide us with a bit more juice!

Do you currently use Bluetooth? Do you think you will still need to use it after the introduction of Wi-Fi Direct? Will you ever buy another wireless signal repeater?

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Numa Numa, Dancing Matt, Chris Crocker… Where Are They Now?

A meme, what once meant the inheritance of cultural genes is now synonymous with the LOLZ. Have you ever wondered what contributions those moments of genius provided to the human race ? They have given us the Tron Guy, Bubb Rubb and "he who shall not be named !" which have provided us with innumerous countless hours of face exercising...

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Is Social Media Pushing TV to its Grave?

Is Social Media Pushing TV to its Grave?

How is social media affecting the old, traditional yet long-loved media channel: the television? Is social media slowly pushing television to its grave? How is social media able to encourage less television viewing and promote more Internet usage simultaneously?

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Yahoo! Maktoob: Ready to Deal With Freedom of Speech and Piracy Issues?

Yahoo! Maktoob: Ready to Deal With Freedom of Speech and Piracy Issues?

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After almost 2 years of rumors about this deal, Yahoo! made a big move last week when it purchased the Arabic portal Maktoob for an estimated $85 million. This is certainly one of the biggest moves in the Middle East tech field. What bumps to expect along the road?

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Anonymous Atheists, Christian Evangelists & Mosques in Second Life… Spam?

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Our World in 3009: Lazy, Slow & Fat!

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