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Not me.

I have my issues, yes.  And one of my issues is that I make technology blow up, just by existing.

Need your hard drive erased?  I’m your girl!  Let me stare at your computer screen for 37 seconds. That’s all it takes.

Talk about a magnetic personality.  I am a forcefield to be reckoned with.

Don’t believe me?  Just ask my computer.

Oh, nevermind.  You can’t.  Because IT’S NOT WORKING!



[Install updated driver]

Um, why don’t you have your license Miss Daisy?

*beating head against desk*

All this malfunctioning is making my head spin.

Oh wait…  That’s just the blood rushing back to my brain after crawling out from under my desk.

I’ve got more wires than the FBI.

{Picturing the scene in Starsky & Hutch where Snoop Dog gets wired.}

“I know about grass.”

Yeah, me too.  I mean, I know mine is dead.

But I didn’t kill it.

I only kill machines.

What is wrong with this computer?!?


It’s in my presence.  Which means…

It’s broken.

What a shock.

At least I still have my smartpho–

0 thoughts on “Broken

  1. basdenleco

    I would suggest you use an electrical grounded work station with equipotential electrostatic bonding wrist straps to minimise electrostatic potential rises.

    1. Mrs Fever Post author

      That sounds fancy. And expensive.

      Maybe I could just wear tinfoil on my head? Dual protection: My computer would be protected from my brain, and my brain would be protected from aliens. It’s a win-win.

      1. basdenleco

        If Tandy Shack is still going pop in and you should find they are not that expensive.
        The tinfoil would probably work though building sarking is stronger and reflects the alien impulses a lot better.

  2. Jen

    Oh no…… this sounds so familiar! My ability to kill computers and electrical appliances is legendary. Much like Mr. Bean and his television. Hope you’re up and running again soon …..

        1. Mrs Fever Post author

          Yes! Though maybe I should try wearing tinfoil on my head before I make myself a milkshake next time…

          No, not *that* kind of milkshake. 😛

  3. Tom Cooper

    Hello, my name is Joe. Please to tell me how I may assist you today. Are your computer not working? Please to tell me, have you checked to see if it plugged in? Okay, okay, thank you. Please to tell me, what problem do you experiencing . . .

    1. Mrs Fever Post author

      Bwaaaaa-hahahaha! 😛

      Well Joe, I am not pleased to tell you for this problem, it is that internets.


      …ny times I crhhhhhck cking thing just it do not shhhhhcccck ect. It’s definitely for this wiresccccxsk rd.



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