Here's an Easter egg for you: When you change your phone background to Nicolas Cage, Siri will suddenly begin to over-act in baffling ways you never even thought possible.
Hey now, that's just a public service. What customer wouldn't want to be alerted to such a hot deal? Though that brings up the next question: If I do buy a Chromebook, what am I supposed to do with my extra $800?
...Because sometimes you want to watch a random stranger go from absentmindedly shopping for a tablet to curled up in a ball on the floor.
This new OS upgrade is great. Never before has my computer been such a good boy.
If you enjoy this picture of Johnathon, you'll probably like his next photo series, which will be taken from the unemployment line.
Jailbreaking your brand new iPhone from inside the store? Now that's some next-level trolling. But hey, that warranty's not going to void itself, right?
What? Are you going to tell this man that he can't look at porn in the Apple Store? He lived through the Great Depression. He's earned the right to make as many people uncomfortable as he wants.
Wow, this new Apple spokesman must've cost the company a fortune. Or, in other words: 5 shares of Apple stock.
"What? I thought you said this was a 'Genius Bar.' What kind of genius can't even defrag a simple Samsung laptop?"
Eh, I don't think I'll be buying an iPad after all. I just don't like the look they're giving me.
Google's advertising and billboarding budget may be crazy expensive, but you've gotta admit it's money well-spent. Now if you'll excuse me, I feel oddly compelled to visit the AT&T store.
Somebody went and changed the background of every computer in the store. If only we had a witness or a way to deduce what the vandal looks like...
Oh great. I see my parents are spreading their unique brand of encouragement at the mall again.
"I'm sorry, but this Macbook is clearly broken. It appears that somebody has thrown a Cage through it."
This line of Apple product started to go downhill, though, when they released an update forcing every user to recall a U2 concert.
Now now, this image isn't obscene. It's just a visual representation of what Apple plans on doing to your wallet.
Finally! Definitive proof of the Gates Foundation's massive endowment.
Listen, if they didn't want to service this machine, then they shouldn't have offered him a "lifetime warranty," okay? Now either fix it, or send him home with a brand new computer as a replacement.
Sorry, kid. Your mother now has an iPad in her hands, which she will never let go. Don't expect to receive any attention from her ever again.