Tuesday, November 29, 2005

random thought...

I wish Google would index my apartment, things would be much easier to find!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

haha mine2

Firas said...

lol!
Okay here is a tip...
Remember all those missing stuff that you bought?
Well,they are either under ur bed, or some of ur buddies have it for no reason!
Some things though are really gone,you can't find an explanation!

The best thing is,you can sell ur buddies the stuff u've borrowed from them years ago and they'll be more than happy :D

Nas said...

yeah, especially my keys

jameed said...

i am afraid if google indexed your apartment, it will find dead hookers under the bed.

Lina said...

I think whatever room indexing system they develop would crash at the first attempt to do mine ;p

Yazan Malakha said...

Firas, bleh

Nas, Finding keys is a bummer, especially when you're late for work. I'm glad I'm not the only one suffering from this.

Iyas, I put up a robots.txt to prevent indexing of people, especially dead hookers. Objects only my friend.

Lina, didn't think you're as bad as Roba, now that room is a crawler/indexer crasher!

Lina said...

LoL :D my problem is the huge amount of paper roaming around! Now, the books, magazines, CDs, and random stuff are a whole separate issue... but if there could be a way of indexing every piece of paper and finding it upon request, my life would be a lot easier ;p and the room would look less intimidating ;)

Roba's mess is more of an artistic sight ;) her room looks very dynamic and full of life... my sister who studies architecture is going through the same thing; with glue, cardboard, colors, and all sorts of material spread all over the floor!

Khalidah said...

I guess this is a universal problem :)

As for the keys; I have attached a small teddy bear to my keys so that when I lose them; I actually look for the teddy and not the keys ... so far it is working fine.

Books, magazines, paper, notebooks, stationary ... I am afraid that I am a freak and I just can't help buying more colored pens and more books; I am trying to decrease the number of visits to book stores, but Safeway just had to add those nice shelves in the home center / 1st floor ... so buying a book or a magazine has become as casual as buying groceries ... but the space cannot accommodate any more, so either I need a bigger room or therapy (Duh)

Anyway; at least I can still fine the important stuff ... whenever this becomes an issue; I know that its time for a cleaning session :)