Thursday, February 26, 2009

Nothing is bigger than my printer.

I just purchased a printer that is the probably the largest electrical device in existence. It has smaller printers orbiting it. When I moved it from Walmart to my house it affected the tides. When I opened it up I expected to find a smaller printer inside, with an even smaller printer inside of that one. I thought the box was unusually big when i was buying it, but when I got it out it was even bigger than the box.

If printer technology had kept up with cell phones and computers, it would somehow be even smaller than the sheets of paper it was printing on. Instead it is larger than the forest the paper trees come from.

Looking at it right now, I want to throw a table cloth over it and host a banquet for visiting dignitaries.

If my apartment was hit by a tornado right now, I would climb inside my printer for safety. In fact, with this printer I don't even need an apt.

I walked around the side of my printer to plug in the cable and I got lost.

It didn't even come with an instruction booklet; Just a map.

I put in an entire ream of fresh paper and it just laughed at me.

Apparently God CAN make a rock so big that even he can't lift it-it's called my printer.

-Double E


Anonymous said...

What's the name of this amazing Printer ? I'm pretty sure I could live in it ... I could invite friends over and let them have a ride on the cool cartridge rail, or take some ink shower. And think about the comfort of having the printer wrap sheets of paper around you when you want to sleep ...

Heaven ! :D

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Unknown said...

Where was this printer at TBOLC!?

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Printers are too big and clunky.

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