longform-original-30135-1411503908-13 This is just the most hilarious thing I’ve read in a while.

I remember being in college and taking the bus and totally having this exact experience.

My friend recently made the first move to communicate with The Bus Man, as we call him. She is the bravest person I know.

45 Thoughts You Have When You Fall In Love With A Stranger In Public

This comment on the article killed us:

YEP. Or like when you see the same hot person on the train everyday because you have similar commutes or something…and you think you should introduce yourself sometime because you both have the same commute…but that would be weird or creepy or something so you just continue to glare at them like they’re a red velvet cake next to a glass of milk…but you should totally be married and live together forever since you spend like a billion hours a day with each other on this refugee-camp-on-wheels anyway………the thirst is real.”

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I was at work reading the blog posts for our high tech products, and this thing was mentioned:

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Ya. That ring (which is pretty damn cute by the way) vibrates and lights up on the side when someone calls you or you have a meeting. It’s called Ringly. Pretty frickin cute.

I am not nearly busy or important enough to need this, but I want it.

It’s $195. If anyone wants to get me a totally ridiculous and expensive belated birthday gift, go for it.

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Anthony discovered this app that has changed my life. It’s called Camojii and it gives you the power to make your own gifs.

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Boom. The way I communicate with people has now changed forever.

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Have you ever fallen in love with a stranger? How many weddings have you planned on the bus? Do you want that ring too or have I been working in the tech world for too long? Please leave a gif in the comments if you have Camoji too!

 

 

2 Comments on Falling in love with strangers & fun new gadgets

  1. Mary@TwoHappyLambs
    September 26, 2014 at 3:37 pm (3 years ago)

    A. Maze. Zing. That ring would be a move in the opposite direction from where I need to go. That article was so good. Like when you realize that your strange troll brain is not just your uniquely odd creepiness but actually just Human Nature? Glass shatters somewhere.

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    • Stephanie
      September 26, 2014 at 3:38 pm (3 years ago)

      Haha exactly. I am not alone in my craziness, apparently.

      Reply

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