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Punchlines by QR Code

Oh my. Now here’s a street meme I can get behind 100%. From Instructables QA engineer Frenzy, posted as a “test.” I’m not sure he understands the full magnitude of what he has unleashed

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32 thoughts on “Punchlines by QR Code

  1. I saw a small one on the train the other day, just a QR code. It was a call for attractive guys to text message some girl. I can’t imagine it was anything other than a new form of spam.

  2. I saw a small one on the train the other day, just a QR code. It was a call for attractive guys to text message some girl. I can’t imagine it was anything other than a new form of spam.

  3. I saw a small one on the train the other day, just a QR code. It was a call for attractive guys to text message some girl. I can’t imagine it was anything other than a new form of spam.

  4. I saw a small one on the train the other day, just a QR code. It was a call for attractive guys to text message some girl. I can’t imagine it was anything other than a new form of spam.

  5. Crazy…don’t know if that is compelling enough to download an app, but hey…  Maybe if it said “the answer to the ultimate question of life…”  Simply a 42 on the other end would do…

  6. The fact that no one here has actually bothered to post the punchline has in no way motivated me to bother using QR codes.

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I am descended from 5,000 generations of tool-using primates. Also, I went to college and stuff. I am a long-time contributor to MAKE magazine and makezine.com. My work has also appeared in ReadyMade, c't – Magazin für Computertechnik, and The Wall Street Journal.

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