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We’re not sure whether these people are delusional or if they have stuffed their heads too far up their own butts that they’ve gotten used to the smell of shit.
Wondering how to get relaxing momments? Looking for the best jokes of the day? You are in the right place. Below is a source of 15 short jokes of the day via funny pictures. No matter how sad you feel, these jokes are bound to make you burst out to laugh.
Short jokes of the day via funny pictures
1. I can’t finish my homework, because…
My book ran out of batteries
2. Sending messenge to a wrong person..
Sent a secret text to the wrong person
3. In 1873, Gandhiji was four years old
4. Who is Santa Pause?
5. What do you call a fish with no tail?
Yeah, a one eyed grape
6. I didn’t hit you, just…
Simply high-fived your face
7. A good day is…
So I went home
8. I need smarter friends..
I need smarter friends
9. Where is spoiled milk from?
From a pampered cow
10. No, I want the floor..
No, I want the floor..
11. Who can find my attraction?
Only mosquitoes find me attractive
12. What do you call a pile of cats?
13. What is investigator?
Investigator is an alligator in a vest
14. Yo mama so fat..
Wake up on bothsides of the bed
15. I am never wrong, just…
Different levels of right, not wrong
Did you enjoy our above funny jokes? Is it enough for you or do you want to get more? Jokes are awesome for entertainment, but you can also get other news and facts for fun as animal, place, human facts.
If you are looking for something that can lighten up your mood, then, it’s time to check out for some really funny pictures, images, pics, photos, photo of the day. They even become much funnier with captions. They will surely brighten up your day. You will even be surprised by the creativity and humor of humans. Let’s check out for our collection of funny pictures of the day with captions! It’s a good choice of entertainment!
If you want, you can also have some good time with many other funny pictures of different funny jokes life aspects such as animals, humans, films, games, etc. Or you can widen your horizon throughrandom interesting facts, cool, weird, crazy facts, factoflife, and fun fact of the day.
Many times it’s just not enough to read about far-off places and wild adventures — sometimes you need to see them, to visualize them clearly enough to imagine yourself in that particular experience. Each of these top travel Instagrammers deliver just that. Part text, part image, these accounts are the perfect way to keep you occupied between sojourns.
Our travel Instagram account features our trips around the world — from tropical islands to snow-capped mountains — as well as some of our favorite spots in San Diego. (Don’t forget to follow us here!)
8 BEST TRAVEL INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS
Self-taught professional photographer Chris Burkard takes surfing photos in a cool new direction – literally cool. These pictures leave you feeling still and serene. His breathtaking ice-surfing images explore the vast isolation of the frozen domains of Alaska, Iceland, and more.
Eric Rubens is a photographer who “lives in the golden hour.” Not only are many of his photos taken in the South Californian sunset but each picture feels golden. There’s no cliché sepia filter to be found, but under his lens beaches, streets, and cityscapes achieve a peaceful glow of nostalgia even as you look at them.
Looking for something to transport you right into the action? National Geographic’s official Travel Instagram does that, no matter the type of action you’re seeking. An eclectic mix of pics from some of the best Instagram photographers featuring exotic animals, monuments, landscapes, cultural events, and day-to-day life around the world.
Strong, tumultuous, commanding: Sean Ench’s landscapes stop you short and steal your breath. Each arresting image of rock, sea, wind, and sky seems to capture not only the fine details in the landscape but a very tangible sense of the powerful forces that shaped it. If you travel to be left in awe at the power of nature, you’ll like these images.
Though landscapes are included, it’s Quin’s adventure photos featuring subjects that are truly incredible. Whether the picture’s subjects are caught mid-laugh around the campfire or are looking wistfully down the road toward the horizon, they stir your own memories of the road and make you feel right there with them.
With vivid, eye-popping color and motion, Travis Burke’s photographs are the kind of images that get your blood pumping and your spirit ready to get back into the driver’s seat! Travis specializes in capturing the moment after your feet have left the ground, the thrill of a forest zip-line, and the triumph of getting out there and giving the world all you’ve got.
AFAR Media prides itself on promoting cultural immersion in experiential travel: “exploring from the inside looking out.” It’s appropriate, then, that the photographs on their Instagram screen have so much texture! Look elsewhere for your travel glamor shots and airbrushed beaches, because this Instagram finds beauty in the tangible and imperfect.
It’s clear from the first mischievous image that Gray Malin is putting his fine art approach towards his travel photography. Whether it’s a landscape split into triptych or a surprising break in an otherwise expected image pattern, these works take the concept of travel photo into a world of color, composition, and icon.
Wherever you’re heading, if you’re traveling during the holiday season, you need to realize that everyone else in the world is, too. But don’t let invasive security scanners, terrible drivers and long lines at airports get you down. We’re giving you tips to survive the holiday travel season without a Frosty the Snowman-size meltdown.
Do your research.
Plan alternative trips if traffic makes your way home too overwhelming. Is there a scenic drive that might be longer but have less traffic? Break up a long drive by finding a few places to stop that will get the kids more excited than a truck rest stop. When flying, make sure you check the airline’s restrictions ahead of time on carry-on luggage and fees for checked bags.
Stock up on the latest travel apps before you leave home. Flight Status gives you real-time updates on delays, baggage numbers and more, and GateGuru gives you approximate times you’ll spend in security. Heading out on the road? Find the cheapest gas and cleanest bathrooms on the road with GasBuddy and SitOrSquat.
Pack snacks and drinks, so you and your family will be fueled up for a road trip. If you’re flying, definitely get some grub before you board the plane.
Avoid checking bags altogether if you can. You won’t have to wait for your luggage on the conveyor belt, and you won’t have to worry about your mom’s Christmas present getting lost in Logan Airport. If you do check luggage, make sure you have all your medications and important documents and a change of clothes in your carry-on in case your luggage gets lost. Here’s a family packing list for more tips.
Short of doing yoga in the airport, the best way to mentally escape your stressful surroundings is to turn the volume down. And the easiest way to do that is with earplugs. Crying baby next seat over on the plane? Earplugs. Sister’s music in the car driving you mad? Earplugs. And if you really want to check out for a bit? Bring an eye mask (as long as you aren’t driving).
Don’t get hangry.
When your tummy growls, your mind can’t think straight, and you could unknowingly get in the wrong line, take the wrong turn, or worse, upset an innocent flight attendant. Pack snacks and drinks, so you and your family will be fueled up for a road trip. If you’re flying, definitely get some grub before you board the plane (check our GateGuru’s Best Airport Restaurants), so you won’t have to rely on airline food if you’re sitting on the tarmac for hours.
Ship gifts or give gift cards.
TSA suggests to ship wrapped gifts or wait until you reach your destination to wrap them, as they might have to unwrap a present to inspect it. Ship gifts ahead of time or bring the gift that can’t go wrong: gift cards to their favorite store or an Amazon card.
Travel on off-peak days.
The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is the biggest travel day of the year and can also cause you the biggest meltdown of the year. A better option is to leave early on Thanksgiving Day and avoid the record traffic the night before. Same goes with flying: if you fly on the actual holiday itself you’ll be avoiding the long lines and hoards of travelers.
Flight statistics show that planes traveling earlier in the day have a better on-time performance. Best time to hit the road? When every one else is asleep — early morning or late at night
Travel early or late in the day.
Flight statistics show that planes traveling earlier in the day have a better on-time performance. And if your flight is cancelled, you will have the option of taking a flight later in the day. Also, there will be fewer lines at security. Best time to hit the road? When every one else is asleep — early morning or late at night. You can always take a nap when you arrive at your destination or on the ride there (if you aren’t the driver, of course).
Plan for the unexpected.
Have only a half hour before connecting to another flight? Traveling to Rochester, NY, during snow season? Think ahead and plan accordingly. Leave extra time before flights to deal with security, extra time between connections and, for road trips, pack tire chains for snowy conditions, flashlights, and of course, a few band-aids never hurt either.
The overly friendly person next to you on the plane, the cancelled flights, the luggage that fell off in the middle of the highway? All of it will make for great stories over dinner when you finally make it to your destination. After all, holiday travel stress is just as much of a tradition as pumpkin pie and regifting.
Not being able to find a file is one of the biggest frustrations you can have with a computer. Whether you can’t remember where you saved it, what the file was called or you just need it now and have no time to jump in and out of nested directories, this is a problem that you’ve probably suffered at least once.
Thankfully, Microsoft’s addition of Cortana — which can parse text thanks to natural language recognition — in Windows 10 gives you a faster and easier way to search for that file you so desperately need. Here’s how to quickly pull up the photos you shot over the weekend, the last document you had open and that presentation you are supposed to share with your team. Cortana can also point you to emails and other file types, depending on how you phrase your query.
How To Find A Group of Photos You Took With Cortana
1. Type your search request into the Cortana Search Box, asking it to show you a specific kind of file, and name the day or time window you used it.
2. Select the “Show me…” option that “Search photos” under it.
Cortana’s found the photos you were looking for, so you can look back at the simpler and more decadent times.
How To Use Cortana To Find The Last File You Opened
1. Type your request into the Cortana Search Box, specifying that you’re looking for the last file you opened.
2. Select the “Show me” option that has “Search documents” under it.
There’s that file you were just using, and the directory it can be found in is listed as well.
How To Find Your Presentations With Cortana
1. Ask Cortana to show you your presentation files.
2. Select the “show me” option that has “Search documents” underneath it.
There’s that presentation you needed!
Want to change how your desktop and windows look in Windows 10 and share that design with friends? Windows 10 lets you create your own theme with a custom desktop background, windows border and Start menu accent color. You can save these settings as a new theme file to use over and over or send to others.
1. Open the Start menu and select Settings.
2. Choose Personalization from the settings screen.
3. Change one or more of the following
- Desktop background: Select picture, solid color, or slideshow. In addition to some default photos, you can click the Browse button to select a background picture. If you choose slideshow, the default album for the slideshow will be the Photos folder, but you can browse to a different folder and also set how often you want the picture to change on your desktop.
- Colors: You can either have Windows automatically pick an accent color from your background or select a color for the Start menu tiles background and the thin border around windows. This will also change the color of the Windows icon in the taskbar when you hover over it. Optionally, you can also have that color shown on the taskbar and Windows 10’s action center by checking those checkboxes.
You can also change the Lock screen background image and Start menu settings here, but these aren’t saved with your theme.
4. Click Themes in the Personalization window, then Theme settings.
This will open up the personalization settings in the Control Panel.
5. Right-click on the Unsaved Theme and select Save theme. The Unsaved Theme appears in the My Themes section and contains the the settings you just adjusted.
6. Give your theme a name in the window dialog box and hit OK.
Your new theme will be saved and you can switch between it and other themes easily by going to the personalization options in the Control Panel. Once your theme is saved, you can also right-click on it and save the theme for sharing as a .deskthemepack file.
Microsoft doesn’t offer a built-in way to create more complex themes than this (e.g., changing app icons or default sounds), but there’s an app in the Windows App Store called Theme Creator that promises to let create a complete Windows theme package. The app crashed on me when I tried it, but you might have better luck.
Browser home pages have been replaced, usually with new tab pages that show you pages you recently or commonly browsed. If you use one site a lot, though, you may still want a single button that will bring you back. Chrome doesn’t feature the Home button by default anymore, but by rummaging through its settings, you can bring it back.
Here’s how to add a Home button to Chrome:
1. Type “chrome://settings” into the Omnibox.
2. Check “Show Home button” under the Appearance section.
3. Click “Change” to set your own home page.
4. Type the URL for the home page you want and click “OK.”
The home button will appear next to the Omnibox.
- All-you-can-eat VPN
- Ability to disable VPN per device
- Tied to one VPN
- Warranty is void when router is flashed
Routers, like pretty much every other piece of computing hardware, have reached a maturation peak with very little disruptive innovation now happening.
A few smaller vendors are trying new things to differentiate themselves from the rest of the competition, often by offering fine-tuned, bespoke services.
It certainly came as a surprise when one VPN provider, ExpressVPN, offered to send us the Linksys WRT 1200AC router with its services baked in by way of a customised firmware.
Note that in our case, the router was already preconfigured, but owners of the WRT 1200AC or the WRT 1900AC/S (the only two Linksys routers that support the native ExpressVPN option) will be able to install this particular firmware.
A couple of points here: changing the firmware of your router is not for the faint hearted and there’s a small chance that you could brick (break) your device during the process.
Doing so with a third-party firmware will invalidate your warranty although you can always go back to the original Linksys firmware.
ExpressVPN told us that, while this is the case, Linksys has done a good job to make this device a lot more reliable than anything else on the market.
Speaking of the WRT 1200AC, this is a relatively mature device that was launched well over a year ago; although the one that was sent to us is the v2 incarnation.
You can nab it for as little as £102 (around $125, AU$165) including delivery from online retailer Ballicom (and you can check out our review of the ExpressVPN service here).
Those who have used the now legendary WRT 54xx series will recognise the device’s blue-black colour scheme. The WRT 1200AC is the heir to that line with some pretty bold lines and a futuristic design.
There are plenty of holes in its enclosure, a sign that the hardware inside may well get warm under near-constant use. As expected, it sits comfortably on four big plastic feet and carries two detachable antennas at the back.
As with the vast majority of routers on the market, there are plenty of status lights up front (11 in all), a lot of ports at the back, and all the admin details about the router are on its base.
Overall, the 1200AC has a very solid feel to it with an air of nostalgia; it won’t wobble or fall off a flat surface thanks to a low centre of gravity.
The original router had 256MB of RAM while the new version 2 we evaluated doubles that to 512MB. There’s still a Marvel 88F6820 ARM system-on-chip at its heart, a dual-core model clocked at 1.3GHz. It has a theoretical maximum transfer rate of 300Mbps on the 2.4GHz band and 900Mbps on 5GHz; you can of course use both at the same time, depending on your devices.
Note that the WRT 1200AC incorporates beam forming technology which means that it can focus its wireless signals on devices connected to it.
At the back of the router you’ll find a switch, a reset button, a power connector, one USB 3.0 port, one eSATA/USB 2.0 connector and four Gigabit Ethernet ports.
You must have an ExpressVPN subscription for the VPN to work, something that can cost you as little as $99.99 (around £80, AU$135) for a year. You’ll need to enter your 23-digit activation code to use the router, and the VPN service will work on all the devices connected to it.
You will not need a subscription to use the router if you do not plan to use the VPN service, but presumably if you’re buying this product, you’re doing so for the bundled VPN. Still, if you change your mind down the line, the hardware will still work without the subscription.
Linksys also encourages you to register for its free Smart Wi-Fi service which allows you to monitor and manage your router using a mobile app from anywhere in the world. Very useful if you want to reset or troubleshoot when you’re not physically near the device.
The router’s user interface is well laid-out with some clear options that even include a speed test feature, one which connects with the popular Speednet service. You can configure the modem to run on OpenWRT or DD-WRT, two popular alternative router operating systems.
This, however, would require you to get rid of the ExpressVPN firmware (which is itself a customised version of OpenWRT).
While ExpressVPN usually enforces a limit of three simultaneous connections per account, that limit doesn’t hold for this router, and as we mentioned earlier, you can connect as many devices as your broadband can support, a real boon for households with loads of devices.
It’s worth noting that the only type of split tunnelling support is VPN (single location) or No VPN. Individual devices cannot have individual servers.
Users can select which devices they want to connect through the VPN, and which devices they do not want to be protected.
Connecting the router to our existing Virgin Media Superhub 2ac directly (without switching on the router mode) worked, with the WRT 1200AC consistently providing a better browsing experience than Virgin Media’s bundled router.
There are two parts to this verdict. The first pertains to the router itself which is a decent model that delivers a strong showing in terms of transfer rate and stability.
The user interface and the free mobile app are a welcome change from what you usually get with the router bundled with your broadband line. Sure, it doesn’t have features like MU-MIMO or triple band but then again, it is a £102 (around $125, AU$165) router and one of the cheaper AC1200 models.
And secondly, as for the ExpressVPN option, it is unfortunately a flawed one as it invalidates the hardware’s warranty (as confirmed by Linksys). If you’re happy to take this risk, there’s one incentive and that’s the fact that everything is done transparently.
Experienced users can always install VPN clients on their own devices and swap between providers as they see fit, either because features have evolved or they feel they could get better value-for-money elsewhere.