Funny Things to Do

Funny Things to Do

1. Reading Aloud Bed Names at Ikea

And accidentally summoning a 4-headed Norse demon.

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2. No Typin Th En of Ever Wor

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Funny Things to Do

3. Humming Along with the Vacuum Cleaner

See also Cleaning.

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4. Getting Your Friend to Say Red

You: Hey, I bet I can make you say "red"
Friend: Sure, I bet you can't!
You: What colour is the sky?
Friend: Blue?
You: I told you I could make you say blue!
Friend: No, you said red.
You: Gotcha! See also Pranks.

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5. Eating a Cold Flamingo

See also Birds.

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Funny Things to Do

6. Searching for Scotland's National Animal

I was surprised when I saw it. See also Internet.

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7. Trying to Speedrun Inherently Funny

You can't beat my score tho. See also Video Games.

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8. Going on Twitch and Correcting Everyone's Misspellings and Grammar Fails

User3824: hey guys
You: (H)ey guys(.)
User3824 has left the chat
You: :/

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9. Pressin "Backspac" Whe Someon Trie to Typ

Thi cn be vry anoyin. See also Annoying, Computers.

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10. Asking Siri to Beatbox

"Boots and cats and boots and cats and boots..." See also Computers, Internet.

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