There's your feedback



  • I was browsing photos from my old cell phone today and accidentally found this: 




  • @arh said:

    accidentally

    what



  • @Ben L. said:

    @arh said:
    accidentally

    what

    What else can you expect from a Viking mall



  •  ...so I held the earbud up against the mouthpiece and turned the volume all the way up.



  • If you have cordless phones at the office, open a conference call with 4-5 different phones, then get all in a same room and put everyone on speakerphone. The noise will be beyond painful, it will bring you in that special place from where you never fully come back.



  •  My favorite was to conference the phones at six or seven cubes in a row and set them to speaker at maximum volume.

     They weren't close enough to feedback on just ambient noise. But as soon as someone came in and slammed a breifcase down on their desk it started an echo that turned into a foul feedback screech from all of them. 

     



  • @NoOneImportant said:

     My favorite was to conference the phones at six or seven cubes in a row and set them to speaker at maximum volume.

     They weren't close enough to feedback on just ambient noise. But as soon as someone came in and slammed a breifcase down on their desk it started an echo that turned into a foul feedback screech from all of them. 

     

    Feedback tripwire... brilliant!



  • @Speakerphone Dude said:

    @NoOneImportant said:

     My favorite was to conference the phones at six or seven cubes in a row and set them to speaker at maximum volume.

     They weren't close enough to feedback on just ambient noise. But as soon as someone came in and slammed a breifcase down on their desk it started an echo that turned into a foul feedback screech from all of them. 

     

    Feedback tripwire... brilliant!

    I am obligated by blood-oath to correct you on the spelling of brillant.


  • @Ben L. said:

    @Speakerphone Dude said:
    @NoOneImportant said:

     My favorite was to conference the phones at six or seven cubes in a row and set them to speaker at maximum volume.

     They weren't close enough to feedback on just ambient noise. But as soon as someone came in and slammed a breifcase down on their desk it started an echo that turned into a foul feedback screech from all of them. 

     

    Feedback tripwire... brilliant!

    I am obligated by blood-oath to correct you on the spelling of brillant.

    Are you one of those people who says nucular, foil-age or car-mel?


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    @Speakerphone Dude said:

    @Ben L. said:
    @Speakerphone Dude said:

    Feedback tripwire... brilliant!

    I am obligated by blood-oath to correct you on the spelling of brillant.

    Are you one of those people who says nucular, foil-age or car-mel?

    No - you're simply being ignorant (quelle surprise) of a site meme.


  • I'm getting reeeally tired of that paula bean joke. Come on, isn't that outdated now? It's like reciting jokes from "Full House" and expecting everyone to laugh their socks off (if that show ever had any jokes, but you get the picture).

     



  • @arh said:

    I'm getting reeeally tired of that paula bean joke. Come on, isn't that outdated now? It's like reciting jokes from "Full House" and expecting everyone to laugh their socks off (if that show ever had any jokes, but you get the picture).

    Where's the beef?!



  • @boomzilla said:

    @arh said:
    I'm getting reeeally tired of that paula bean joke. Come on, isn't that outdated now? It's like reciting jokes from "Full House" and expecting everyone to laugh their socks off (if that show ever had any jokes, but you get the picture).

    Where's the beef?!

     

     Right. Nevermind..



  • @boomzilla said:

    @arh said:
    I'm getting reeeally tired of that paula bean joke. Come on, isn't that outdated now? It's like reciting jokes from "Full House" and expecting everyone to laugh their socks off (if that show ever had any jokes, but you get the picture).

    Where's the beef?!

     

    Ain't no veal either.



  • TDWTF is of course super awesome, but there are three things I had hoped would soon be history:

     

    • Jokes referring to the Paula Bean
    • Jokes referring to the Wooden Table
    • I was also going to say Nagesh but actually he's an integral part of the forum
     



  • @arh said:

    TDWTF is of course super awesome, but there are three things I had hoped would soon be history...

    Then you'll need to make sure some other (presumably equally annoying to you) memes crowd them out of our collective consciousness. At this point, of course, they are less jokes than shibboleths.

    Let us know how your crusade against human nature goes...



  •  Sounds like somebody needs a bit of purple dildo.



  • @dhromed said:

    Sounds like somebody needs a bit of purple dildo.

    Bet you can't have just one!



  • @boomzilla said:

    @dhromed said:
    Sounds like somebody needs a bit of purple dildo.

    Bet you can't have just one!

     

    No, usually three.

    At once.



  •  @dhromed said:

    No, usually three.

    At once.

    Constructive interference caused by minor phase differences between the three? It utterly rocks.

     

     



  • @arh said:

    It's like reciting jokes from "Full House" and expecting everyone to laugh their socks off (if that show ever had any jokes, but you get the picture).
    Back when I was just a young whippersnapper, I used to watch "Charles In Charge" in first-run syndication.  We played a game called "say the obvious punchline before the people on the show do".  Typical episode we'd average a dozen or more successes.



  • @PJH said:

    @Speakerphone Dude said:
    @Ben L. said:
    @Speakerphone Dude said:

    Feedback tripwire... brilliant!

    I am obligated by blood-oath to correct you on the spelling of brillant.

    Are you one of those people who says nucular, foil-age or car-mel?

    No - you're simply being ignorant (quelle surprise) of a site meme.

    here is a meme for you:

    ps: you suck


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    Ah.



    The old "Oh - I didnt get it, now I do, I'll attack the person who pointed it out" defense.



    You're still being ignorant. And a fucktard. You might want to google that before you reply.



  • @PJH said:

    Ah.



    The old "Oh - I didnt get it, now I do, I'll attack the person who pointed it out" defense.



    You're still being ignorant. And a fucktard. You might want to google that before you reply.

    this applies to all your posts in this thread but it also gives a general idea of your input


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    Oh dear - it appears you can't use google. Or you ignore its advice.



  • @PJH said:

    Oh dear - it appears you can't use google. Or you ignore its advice.



  • Nah, it's me.


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