5 Arnold Schwarzenegger Roles That Teach Us About Life
By Addison Rodriguez Sheep Submission [caption id="attachment_4430" align="alignright" width="270" caption=""What?! It matches the couch!""][/caption] The latest and most serious hurdle to date in moving in with my girlfriend has been the inclusion of a 4x6-foot mural in our soon-to-be swank DC apartment. According to her, a larger-than-life portrait of John Matrix with a machine gun has no place in our living room. I beg to differ. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s resume reads as one big 63-year tally of kicking ass. He was Mr. Olympia seven times, and in the process made it socially acceptable for men to look at pictures of half naked men lifting weights. ...
Must Watch: Signs
[caption id="attachment_983" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Signs - directed by Patrick Hughes"][/caption] "Signs" is a must-watch video for all of you office goers. It's a short film about your average Joe Cubicle, and his unique communication with the girl next door. Did I mention its a 2009 Cannes Lions winner? With the plethora of garbage videos polluting YouTube, it nice to know that you can still find that diamond in the rough. Take 10 minutes to watch this during your lunch break. You won't be disappointed.
Stimulated Sheep: Adderall Use in the Office
Do you remember yourself at age six? I certainly recall those glorious days as an era of classical romanticism. I was driven by my lust for life. My days were simple yet fulfilling. I awoke each day, added ten spoonfuls of sugar to my Lucky Charms, went for a romp in "the park", and occasionally crapped my pants just to make adults feel awkward. [caption id="attachment_13464" align="alignright" width="300" caption="He's smiling because he soiled his underoos again."][/caption] Even if your childhood was not filled with heavy underwear and sugar-highs, you must concede that it was easier to arise each morning when you were six. ...
Finally! A Better Notepad: Tidbit
The memo pad, staple of just about every office in the world, has reached the next level. Tidbit is a Japanese line of memo pads, with each piece of paper perforated in a grid format. The user (read: employee) can then decide how much of said paper is required for their next note, and simply tear off the mini-memo. It even comes complete with a small pocket to store each one. What will they think of next! By the way, they also lend themselves to the desktop animal paper art - shown below. Can you say "origami"? [nggallery id=135] [Source: Matomeno]