Sunday, April 12, 2009

The Evolution of Human Communications

In the beginning there were only face to face communications.

Man eat Meat, marry Jane.”

Then there was the pony express:

Postmarked “Return to Sender”:
“My dearest Elizabeth, Oh! Why is not every body as happy? Charles has asked for my hand in marriage and I have accepted!”

Then Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, which became the cell-phone.

Al Gore invented the internet and we had e-mail.

Date: Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 1:08 PM
Subject: FW: LOL!

He asked me to marry him! And I said yes! Daddy had a shotgun, but who cares!

With the cell-phone we had text messages. The adults unnecessarily feared the end of all human interaction.

E: Lol! Congrats on the engagement!
J: Thx!! R u hm l8r?
E: Idk. Y?
J: 4 deets! K. Ttyl!

Then someone invented Myspace and Myspace inspired Facebook:

We are doomed.


  1. TOO too funny! And that is supposed to count as a "congratulations. Wishing you the best!"

    What do you mean you didnt get a gift? I "thumbs-upped" you on FB!!

  2. Hahaha! FYI- Oogie is the moron that likes a friend getting married.

  3. That's so not cool, putting me on blast. piglet=FAIL

  4. Ok, im sorry, but im laughing my calories off!! Oogie! Thats the best you could muster up in terms of excitement for your friend?! I'd like to see what happens when someone has a baby? Do you send one of those free gifts that is a picture of dirty diapers? Or the application that sends people random piece's of flair a la Office Space!

    lololol... just teasing!

  5. "laughing my calories off"? So stealing that.


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