Skip to main content

On getting Older!

A computer was something on TV
From a science fiction show of note
A window was something you hated to clean
Ram was the cousin of a goat.



Meg was the name of a lass
And gig was a job for the night
Now they all mean different things
And that really does mega bite!.


An application was for employment
A program was a TV show
A curser used much profanity
A keyboard was a piano.


Memory was something you lost with age
A CD a bank account
And if you had a 3 inch floppy
You hoped nobody found out!.


A USB was shortcut for cussing!
Compress was something you did to the rubbish!
Not something you did to a file.
And if you unzipped anything in public
You'd definitely be in jail for awhile.


Log on was adding wood to the fire!
Hard drive was a long trip on a road

A mouse pad was where a mouse lived
And a back up happened to your commode.


Cut you did with a pocket knife.
Paste you did with some glue

A web was a spider's home
And a virus used to be flu!

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

The Human Condition - A 9jalicious Serial

design#promo#business#celebrity##love#life#mindovermatter#mindpower#mindcontrol#mindfulness#mindovermatter#dreamer#nerd#nerdlife#clever#bookish#booklovers#bookworms#inspiration#inspiredtransformers#inspiration#inspirational#wordstoaction#extensionofenergies#poetry#positivity#powerofpositivity#individuality#winner#winninmindset#lifelove#Queendom#poetry#9jaliousthoughts #9jaliciousBrainChild #@9jalicious #9jaliciousquotes #design9jalicious #TheHumanCondition Series #YouWillDoWantYou'reMent2Do

Fork- Heart & Brain

Happiness Tool 3 - Defeating Faulty Thinking 1

One of the best things I ever learned about being happier is “don’t believe everything you think.” We all know that our eyes and ears can deceive us, our hearts don’t always have the best judgment, and our hormones can lead us astray. But our thoughts are sacred! We have to listen them because they’re the rational part... right?
Not necessarily. Our thoughts are shaped by our assumptions about the world (this is what I refer to as "world view" I commented about this at the bottom of yesterday's post), and sometimes those assumptions are just plain wrong. Our thoughts are also shaped by what
we’ve been in the habit of thinking about in the past. The pathways in your brain become more established each time you go down them, and
the ones you don’t use fade away. That’s why many of us can sing the words to our favorite
songs with almost no effort, but hardly remember any world history or trigonometry.
Each time you think about something, you’re reinforcing that path in your brain…