I'm in the mood for some funny pictures and thought that it could be nice to create a series of threads every Sunday from now on. If you like the idea to read a post with links to funny videos, pictures and audio files let me know.
Three sites with posts about funny pictures made it on the frontpage of Digg today and two of them were not able to cope with the load that was caused by thousand of geeks clicking on the links to those sites simultaneously.
I therefore decided to post all pictures here on my site as a mirror so to speak and add a link to the original sites as well so they get the backlink that they deserve.
This means however that the loading times could be rather long because both post contained a lot of pictures. It is still worth the waiting time, hope you enjoy the pictures:
Captchas can sometimes be very hard to decipher, and sometimes, it may not be possible at all. While some are obviously fake, like the math one, you have probably seen some of the other captchas before on the Internet.
The following picture gallery highlights some of the craziest hard to read captchas that you have ever come across on the Internet. Enjoy deciphering them.
This is the second batch of pictures that all show what could happen if you publish a picture showing yourself on the Internet. That poor Chinese kid is famous, that is for sure but I would not want to change with him.
The title of the article was 33 Reasons not to put your picture on the Internet and published on Polyice.
Have other favorite sets of pictures or site that you would recommend? Post a comment below and let everyone know about them.
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