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Techie Tomfoolery

What do you call an iPhone that won’t work?
Dead Siri-ous.

Why would my son not let me use “beef stew” as a password?
Because it was not strong-a-noff.

Who is the patron saint of email?
Saint Francis of a CC.

There’s a band called 1023MB. They haven’t had any gigs yet.

Why did the Power Point cross the road?
To get to the other slide.

I changed my password to “incorrect” so now whenever I forget it, the computer will say “Your password is incorrect.”

What is a computer virus?
A terminal illness.

Can trees use the internet?
Of course, they just need to log in.

Why was the computer so tired from the trip?
It was a hard drive.

What is the biggest lie in the world?
“I have read the terms and conditions.


Shannon Leach is a slice-of-life encouragement writer and the owner of A Repurposed Heart and ARH Inspirations. Her authentic stories and books about leadership, life, and loving people focus on encouraging others and reminding them they are not alone. Her work can also be found in Guideposts and multiple Chicken Soup for the Soul books. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Work and is the co-founder of the nonprofit The Fostered Gift.

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