Set this as your home page for some head scratching
at first i was like, "whatever..."
and then i noticed my boyfriends computer is on next to me...waiting for me to eff with it. awesome idea, thanks!!!
I'm always the first one in the office in the morning, so I guess I will know what I will be doing when I get in...
ok guys, dont yell at me...but I don't get it? Maybe its becuase I dont have coworkers....I like a good joke, can someone tell me whats up with this? (I do have a sister in law...)
its not hilarious ...
but considering that google.com is a very common homepage and the average person doesnt know what a url is .... setting this skewed google page should result in some fun observations.
at least some head tilting!
my computer is goofy I guess, when I cliked on the link it wasn't skewed, just looked like google. Oh, maybe my head is already crooked? I hope somebody really does it and gets a good giggle tomorrow!!
your head is perhaps set on a 35 degree angle?
ill get you a screenshot so u can have some limited enjoyment
My computer must not like gags. The link is perfectly square on my screen.
I'll have to try it out on my hubby's computer.
I'm going to try and access a co-workers computer, it's hard since she hardly every leaves it...
It only works on google.com which gives me a squinty google.es. Tried changing it to .co.uk but no joy.
Good find all the same!
It doesn't show up at work, probably because most of us still have Word 2003...
It shows up normal on my computer as well. No tilt here. Self-adjusting? LOL
I just read what I wrote. I meant we only have IE6 Don't know where Word came in to it
On my regular Google, it doesn't show up crooked, but when I fire up Google Chrome on the same machine it shows up crooked. Hmmmmm
I am having so much fun with this -- it's absolutely BRILLIANT. Thanks for sharing; I am sending it to everyone I know, and a few folk whose names I found in my address book whose identity remains totally unknown to me.
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