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angelika
22-03-06, 17:22
A letter of a married woman to a computer magazine

Dear Support,
Last year I performed an upgrate from Fiance 5.0 to Hasband 1.0 .
Very soon I realised that the new software began some unexpected changes in the spreadsheets and limited access to the applications of flowers and jewellery that the old version use to run.
Moreover,the Hasband 1.0 uninstalled many significant programs like RomanticWalk 9.9 and installed some undesirable popups like ChampionsLeage 5.0 and Sundayfootball 8.0
Dialoge 1.3 doesn't run anymore, while Cleaning 2.6 stucks and finally crashes the system.
I tried Groaning 5.3 Gold Edition but ..... in vain.

A desperate woman

REPLY

Dear "Desperate woman"
Bear in mind that the Fiance 5.0 is an entertaining package while Hasband 1.0 is complete software with requirements from the user.
Enter the command C:\Thought_you_loved_me.exe and unistall the Tears 6.2 original edition.
Eventually, the Hasband 1.0 will automatically run the application Guilt 3.0 and Flower 7.0 in random function
CAUSION: Excess use of the above may triger the screen saver Dumpness 2.5 and Beer 6.1 (Beer 6.1 may cause the reproduce WAV files like "Loud Snoring" which can only be dispensed by rebooting.
don't even consider Cheating 2005 BETA or Lover3.8 unregister for they are not compatible with Hasband 1.0 kai may cause immidiate system crush or full loss of the whole hardware.
In conclusion, Hasband 1.0 is an excellent program even though has limited memory and needs a little time to learn new applications.
You should consider some additional applications like WarmFood 3.0 with autoupadate, Hotunderwear 5.3 and Greatbody 10.1 executed in booting by default.

Sincerly
Admin

:jmp:

JamesFKirk
22-03-06, 17:29
O!M!G! :vlol:

Andromeda66
22-03-06, 17:32
Lol! heard before. Cracks me up everytime. Some of my techy friends literally talk like this. Should post a recording of our conversation. We may even make big bucks :D

angelika
22-03-06, 17:37
pardon my mistakes or false expressions. I tried to translate it from greek as well as I could:p

Andromeda66
22-03-06, 17:51
Oh wow. I'd love to know how this sounds like in Greek :D

Jacob x5
22-03-06, 18:23
Brilliant! :vlol:

Joseph
22-03-06, 18:50
Very accurate!!! :D ROFLMAO!!! :vlol: LOL LOL LOL! :D Thanks Angelika! :tmb:

jamieoliver22
22-03-06, 18:55
ROFL!! Thats ace!

Anubis_AF
22-03-06, 18:58
You did an amazing job translating it :tmb:
Thanks for posting :vlol:

jarhead
22-03-06, 19:03
LMAO i fell of my chair with laughter so funny

Ampersand
22-03-06, 19:08
I've read others like these, they're brilliant. :vlol: :vlol:

Catapharact
22-03-06, 19:08
LOL! Reminds me of line from a sitcom:

Dating Coach Talking to Nerds: Alright guys, remember just act casual. Forget all about impressing them with false attitudes.

Nerds: *Look confused.*

Dating Coach: *Sigh...* Switch off your targeting computer and use the force.

Nerds: Ohhhhh...!

Ampersand
22-03-06, 19:10
LOL Cat! :vlol:

Laras Backpack
22-03-06, 19:37
LOL! :vlol:

Titanium
22-03-06, 20:31
Wow... my LOL 3.5 is running well :D