Tempnexus' Broadband/DSL Reports forum post tells a funny and dirty computer story
Chicken (remove AQFL to e-mail) e-mails a cheesy joke about blondes and passwords: "During a recent password audit, it was found that a blonde was using the following password: 'MickeyMinniePlutoHueyLouieDeweyDonaldGoofy'.
Boing Boing (offensive, silly, dirty, etc.) shares a collection (links and comments) of people-submitted's geek "yo momma" jokes.
Neatorama shares a short mental_floss quiz titled "Actual Newspaper Story or The Onion Headline?" -- "Ever read a small-town newspaper and just scratch your head in disbelief at the funny headlines? Here at mental_floss, we do all the time, and we can't help but notice how similar many are to headlines in the Onion. Think you can spot real news from fake? Give the quiz a whirl and find out!"
Neatorama shares a funny Adventures of Accordion Guy in the 21st Century/Joey deVilla's Personal Blog on "Medical Afflictions of the Cartoon World".
John Scalzi's AMC blog shows a short guide to the most epic FAILs in Star Wars design -- "I'll come right out and say it: Star Wars has a badly-designed universe; so poorly-designed, in fact, that one can say that a significant goal of all those Star Wars novels is to rationalize and mitigate the bad design choices of the movies. Need examples? Here's ten..."
Digg shares an amusing picture/image to compare the method differences
Before and After Marriage is a Web site filled with funny jokes, pictures, etc. -- "Is there any life after marriage? This site is a funny answer on this question. Enjoy our unique collection of marriage jokes, before after marriage pictures and celebrities photographs/photos."
This five pages GamesRadar article on the 40 most repeated game quotes -- "Film and television quotes are so entangled with our language that their origins are irrelevant to most speakers. We use Seinfeld-popularized neologisms and phrases constantly without considering how they became popular ('shrinkage,' 'close-talker,' 'not that there's anything wrong with that'). But games are a younger medium, and for a time were thought to be the realm of only children and socially-inept geeks. HA HA HA. NUH-UH! Hardcore gaming culture is wriggling its way into the mainstream as you read this (it had to make a brief stop at Hipster Town on its way, but it'll get there).