http://xkcd.com/806/

http://xkcd.com/278/

http://xkcd.com/466/

http://xkcd.com/181/

These are only a few. I would upload the images directly, but then you wouldn't get that neat-o scroll over text.

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I don't write code but I have the mind of of a coder in a jar on my desk. These are freaking funny. Thank you.
My Absolute Favorite. Perfect for everyone who tries to debunk nonsense.

LMAO!! that's a hilarious one too. i'm warning you guys ahead of time.... you may spend days upon days going through these. venture in at your own risk.

I was a sociology major :P

I was very excited when Half Life 2 came out on the Mac along with the new Steam Client and I was bragging about how fun Half Life was...this was the response I got:

Cat Proximity: http://xkcd.com/231/

Cat Proximity

 

(I think it's actually primitive-brain social intelligence, taking joy in being near the kitty, and overriding some of the usual self-censorship.)

 

Looking at the other xkcd's people posted, I especially laughed at "Someone is wrong on the internet." Thanks, Mage!

 

I would upload the images directly, but then you wouldn't get that neat-o scroll over text.

On the xkcd page, I used right-click > "View Selection Source" (or View > "View Source" or "Page Source" etc.), then copied the actual "img" tag, which contains that mouse-over title, for example:

<img src="http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/cat_proximity.png" title="Yes you are!  And you're sitting there!  Hi, kitty!" alt="Cat Proximity">

Here, I clicked the "HTML" toggle button before pasting it into my message, so it goes in as an actual working tag. (I put it inside a link to the page). Clicking "HTML" again returns you to the regular writing mode.

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