ost of us may depend on technology in our daily lives, but don't have the slightest idea how the stuff works. Which is fine. We just use common sense to treat the products well and the rest sort of takes care of itself.
But bear in mind that you DO need to use common sense. Because otherwise, you'll end up like these clueless souls.
"Do they have WiFi in the ocean?"
Well, I hope she likes that picture, because it cost someone about $1,500. By the look on her face, she isn’t the one paying for it, though.
I don't know WHAT this is.
But I assume it looks like what you’d get if you cut open an alien. Yikes. Is this because you didn’t use a fan? Because you should use a fan.
When you value your hair more than a laptop.
Either those are really nice haircuts they’re protecting or those girls have a LOT of money to spend on consumer electronics.
He fell for it!
I always feel bad for the people who fall victim to the “microwave your iPhone” prank, but not TOO bad. I mean, how clueless are you? If you spend $500 on something, have at least a vague understanding of how it works.
I don't know what this is.
I do know, however, that if something looks exactly like Pepto-Bismol, you probably shouldn’t pour it all over any electronics.