The following 25 memes are the funniest so far, as determined by our community manager, submitted to our System Builder contest. Please feel free to visit the contest page and enter your own creation; the competition continues!
And uh oh. Someone figured out the ultimate reason we made this thing.
Far too few cyborgs utilize doilies to their ultimate potential.
Studeis shwo taht msot poeple cna raed teh artilces we psot, eevn fi tehy aer misspeled ocasionly. Dunno waht yuor probelm hsa ben theer.
And Twitpic will never be the same fun again.
She's a filthy rusher with a zergling build order down to the picosecond. Bring it.
Because you never sent her a Thank You card for the popcorn tin last Christmas.
May: We release the System Builder. June: LulzSec hacks everyone. Our bad?
She's a sneaky one, that Ida.
That's actually an AOL Frisbee, circa 2001.
And she's currently involved in a spite-fueled hostile takeover of the eTrade baby's entire stock portfolio.
Overheard later that night from Ida: "Hail to the king, baby? Oh my."
She's the only one who can protect you and your clan from the ravages of Nana Gertrude.
Ida still remembers where that picture of you as a chubby naked baby is and she has your Flickr login.
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Never Rule 34 Aunt Ida.
Quad-card CrossFireX, not so much.
She speedhax too, so double-trouble!
Alternatively, letting her run Crysis 1-7 simultaneously at 83 FPS.
Coincidentally, that's also how much she spent on that knock-off Macbook.
And that would be why.
She tutored Fatal1ty. Or maybe "schooled" is the correct term.
Pro Tip: Adobe Premiere Pro can be quite the RAM hog. Double-down with memory and chew through those MPEGs.
You've received from Aunt Ida an alien-cow/Mother's Day/Victorian Era virtual chicken that requires eight recombinant DNA to reassemble. Send one back?
Streams just fine for her through the PS3, but Ida maintains that the formal living room is for good company.
Please, please, please don't tell the AMD fanbois.
Chris Angelini is an Editor Emeritus at Tom's Hardware US. He edits hardware reviews and covers high-profile CPU and GPU launches.
shiftmx112A lot of these are Great. #14 cracked me up.
JeanLucI amazed number 25 made it through the vetting process since it's a cheeky swipe at TH hardware bias but its good to see you have a sense of humour.I to liked No.14.
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