Want to make over $100,000-a-year playing with Legos? You actually might be able to pull it off . . . but you’ll have to hustle and probably do a LOT of lying on your resume.
The University of Cambridge in England is looking for a “Professor of Lego” to study Legos, figure out ways to incorporate them into education, and analyze the role of Legos and other toys in kids’ lives worldwide.
But there are two catches. One, the deadline to apply is tomorrow. And two, they’re looking for someone with an, quote, “outstanding research record of international stature and vision, leadership, experience, and enthusiasm.”
Apparently the hot new social media trend is taking a selfie where you’re high fiving yourself. And since that means you can’t use your hands, it takes some skill to pull it off.
It seems like the best strategy is to set your photo timer . . . toss your phone in the air . . . high five yourself, so you’re clapping your hands together like you’re praying . . . and hope you get a photo of the high five as it falls.
It’s April Fools’ Day! And if you want to pull a prank at your office today, there’s still time. Here are five April Fools’ office pranks that require little or no preparation.
- Cover their stuff in sticky notes. Get a few coworkers together and cover someone’s cubicle with Post-It Notes. Or, if you don’t have time before they get to work, sneak out to the parking lot and do it to their CAR.
- Rubber band their office phone. Get a few rubber bands and wrap them around their office phone so they can’t pick it up when it rings.
- Hang a sign on the “new” voice-activated copier. Chances are, people have seen this one before and won’t fall for it. But if they do, the results are totally worth it.
- Kill their mouse. Unplug their mouse from the back of their computer or take the batteries out. Then once you’ve had a good laugh, let them in on it so they can actually, you know, WORK.
- Mayonnaise the doughnuts. We don’t endorse the “messing with food” type of April Fools’ Day prank, but if you’re a heartless jerk, this one’s for you. Buy a dozen regular, glazed doughnuts and spread some mayo on the top as frosting. Then offer one to a victim of your choice, or leave the box in the breakroom.
Wiggling into your jeans while you pull them up by the belt loops.
There’s plenty of stuff about women that’s a complete mystery to men. But enough about their orgasms. There’s other stuff too. Probably.
There’s a discussion going on right now on Reddit.com where guys are sharing the weird things women do without realizing just how weird they are. Here are eight of our favorites . . .
1. If you have straight hair, wanting to curl it . . . if you have curly hair, wanting to straighten it.
2. Wiggling into your jeans while you pull them up by the belt loops.
3. Saying you don’t want fries, then eating half of someone else’s fries.
4. Always being cold in every situation.
5. Putting decorative soaps right by the sink, then getting mad when someone uses them.
6. Borrowing a sweatshirt . . . then keeping it.
7. Not realizing that just responding to a text with “yes” or “k” makes a guy think you’re furious at him.
8. Saying you don’t have an opinion on where to go eat . . . but hating all of the options someone else suggests.
(You can check out the eight weird things men do without realizing it here.)
Here are the six worst dating moves guys pull when they’re not really that interested, according to a new list from “Cosmo” . . .
- Telling you he’s not ready for a relationship. In other words, he’s not ready for a relationship with YOU.
- Saying the timing just isn’t right. Yeah, because March is a terrible time to find someone you connect with. That’s more of an April thing?
- Not texting you, but always replying to texts you send HIM.
- Being vague about “maybe” getting together this weekend.
- Or worse, mentioning “possibly” meeting up later tonight, instead of making actual plans.
- Wanting to be exclusive, but NOT wanting a serious relationship. Think about it . . . what does that even mean?