[OK, so I know my blog is very popular (for bakk atleast and lately HOI). I am a 'chashmadeed' of the incident described below. But for the first time, a reader of mine ne ichha zahir ki that he/she would like to describe this incident, so here is the episode in my reader's words. PS : This reader turned writer has done a wonderful job :applause:]

The title suggests that the episode finds its basis on the “popular” and very widely known application-s called SUPERLATIVES-S on facebook. And I shall inform that this “I” here is not the usual ‘I’ who has been reporting the previous episodes (although :hats off: I must say great work :D).

Hmmm now coming back to the issue! Firstly I’d like to brief you about facebook although most of you are well aware of it. So you see facebook is a popular social networking website that allows people to communicate with their friends and exchange information mostly through the no. of applications in it and superlatives (the reason I use the plural form is because there are two of them, with no difference as such, they only serve the purpose of variety) are among such apps. :phew:

So the story goes like this ………

A few days ago I met this person (whose HOI I shall be reporting!) who seemed to have immense knowledge about the different sites online and ofcourse a lot about facebook and its various applications and in fact introduced me to quite a few , one of them being the IQ test. So now that he/she scored above average in this test, :applause: he/she always used it as a boastful measure to reason his/her immense knowledge I just spoke of. :pich pich: :P no modesty!!

Hmmm.. (srry :P) so there is a short series of nominations that take place between me and Mr./Ms “Know-It-All” (supposedly) through SUPERLATIVES 1 (S-1)(for easy understanding). NOTE: The nominations will be received if the application is there on your profile and if not an invitation will be sent to accept it. So now that there were a series of nominations between the two of us, the obvious fact here is that we both had the application on our profiles. Now, I was bored (normal human nature) of S-1 so I decided to nominate through S-2 which offered me a new variety. Since he/she did not have S-2 on their profile an invitation was automatically sent to him/her to add the app in order to receive the nomination.

In response to the sweetly sent nomination he/she tells me, “You have the wrong application (when he got the invite of the app…. Hw cud it jus be a wrong app??? :s :scratching my head: I wonder… but cud it?? I mean if “he/she” says so... naaaaaaaaaa!! :faith on my knowledge: 8) ) … use the right one no!! : Hmmm wait for him/her 2 finish: Wait, I’ll send you the link.” (sends link).

Now like I told you if the series of nominations took place between us, using common sense (which is not so common… not at least for “Mr/Ms above- average- IQ” :super sarcastic: ) one can say that I would already be having the app!! pich pich !! So much for the immense knowledge and above-average IQ!!
PS: Vote for the names! (hint: title and description of the person) :P

PPS : I apologise if the report was not as expected but since I was the “chasmadeed gawah” :P- I had to for this one.
Just when I thought it was time to end HOI, two more interesting events failed to pass unnoticed.

The first one is about how relating things unknowingly can make it a laughing stock.

So, its about 4-5 people sitting in the FC having lunch and discussing about events in the college (past and upcoming).
The college magazine Entelechy's 13th edition was up and we were discussing about the change in fonts and the new logo that showed 'SUN RISE' (its all about the name). It was then when one of my friends started shouting at one of the members of Entelechy (present at the location) and blaming the club of spamming the mailboxes.

Ohh !! @#$@#$$ Toh tum hee woh jo saara din mailbox spam karte rehte ho.

:quizzical look: on everyone's face till came yet another statement from his mouth.

SUN MICROSOFT walon, sirf apne club walon ko mail kiya karo na #$#$$@$#$^ :x

And we got it. Everyone, started laughing. Actually, it was this Sun club in our campus that mailed us quite a many times informing about the events being held by Sun Microsystems in our college (or something like that, coz i din read them :P).

So, our friend here very intelligently related the Entelechy's new logo showing SUN RISE to SUN Microsystems, and hey did you notice the name he mentioned 'SUN MICROSOFT'. LOL !!

The second one is...err..not much about it. Google actually started Transiletration in most of its applications. What it does is that it enables the user to type HINDI (or few of the other languages) in ENGLISH and it will convert it into HINDI Font all by itself. Cool na !! So anyways, in ORKUT to do this you need to press Ctrl + G (on Windows) to enable it. One of my friends tried but was unable to do it. So bugged was he/she that he/she actually thought...ya he/she did...that it is because he/she was not pressing '+' but only the Ctrl and G combo. So, he/she actually tried pressing the three keys together, 'Ctrl', '+' and 'G'. Strange but true :P

Hey, all you geeks out there, did you ever think it this way :P ?

PS : Vote for 2 names !!
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