than a troll face all over your monitor.
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Jokes are hard to understand. I was told a joke once it went like this:
I didn't get the joke but the guy who told me it couldn't stop laughing. I can't find anything amusing with Ian Harris myself. Ian Harris sounds like a fairly normal name. A good punchline would have been a clever pun involving the word Ian. I can't think of one though because Ian is a silly name and not very good for clever wordplay.
Jokes on the internet are different, they are a lot more visual and because they are not acted out, the conveyance is harder to project. Often it's not clear that a joke is a joke from the start which confuses things because oftentimes a joke only works when you realise it's a joke from the start and because some of jokes do not have this direction your expectations are confounded and you're still not sure what is going on.
This is kind of like a joke without any indication of wether it's a joke to begin with. Never mind the description which has a rather informal, and therefore facetious tone. Never mind that the first thing that people do when there's some news is make a big joke of it. Never mind that some people don't get jokes and spoil the fun for everyone with an inaccurate review. I clearly didn't make it clear enough that this was a joke.
Jokes are hard you know. There might be someone in this world who finds that Ian Harris joke funny. There might be someone who appreciates sideways swipe this script is making on the new G+ style. There may be some people who find ducks funny and I don't blame them because ducks are pretty silly looking.
What I don't appreciate is people who spoil a joke. What if I heard the name Ian Harris before I heard the knock knock joke? It would be no good because I heard the punchline. "Hey have you heard the Ian Harris joke?" "No I haven't" "knock knock" "who's there?" "Ian" "Ian who?" "Ian Harris!". Yeah it's not funny at all the joke is ruined.
And that's what I believe what you've done with this review. I don't mind you doing a review but this is a poor review. You're ruining the joke and that is no good. You're also spreading inaccuracies. You say it's "all over your monitor"? The image itself is not that big. only big enough to fill that whitespace. It's not obstructing anything, it's not in the way at all yet somehow you say it's "all over your monitor"? What kind of monitor do you have? If I made the script special for your monitor will you get my joke?
Or don't you like jokes? Are you the kind of person who doesn't like jokes? If so I am sorry that you don't like jokes.
You can replace the picture with something else if you want like a kitten or a nice pile of hats. It's easy to do so you can see how it works in the source code. I know plenty of people who have used this script and has used it to put pictures of things they like. At the moment I have a slice of bacon filling the space (http://i.imgur.com/MFHRc.png). I think it's funny because it's silly that you would put bacon in such a place.
Anyway I'm sorry that you didn't like the script and that you don't like jokes but you didn't need to spoil that for everyone.
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