Making QR Codes Fun And Not Sucky!

Have you seen those black and white block thingys that look like hypnotizing mutant bar codes? You know, these things:

That black and white thingy is called a QR code. QR means queef reflex.

Just kidding! It means quick response. If you have a fancy pants smart phone, you can upload a QR scanning app. It’s basically like taking a photo of an image and the image immediately takes you to the corresponding site that was assigned to the image.

IN SHORT: that thingy takes you to a website on your phone.

It’s amazing! It’s like smart computer people came together with magic and quickness and created the future!

If you haven’t started seeing them yet, you will. On the pages of magazines, on business cards, on T-shirts, even on my forehead. Yep.  I’m getting a tattoo of one on my big ol’ white forehead. Just kidding! That would not be attractive. And besides, there wouldn’t be room on my head because I already have a large wheel of cheese there.

I think this is just the beginning of people getting really creative with their codes. New technology is always a lot more fun when it:

a) works well

b) is not BORING AS HELL

Which is why I created a bunch of codes that lead to joy on the internet that make me emit happy noise from  my mouth. I intended on printing them on address labels with the help of these HP instructions but due to circumstances, (like scrambling around trying to get ready for our BlogHer party) that idea didn’t come to fruition.

Here are some that I included in the QR mix o’ fun:

Feel free to use any of these. Or be brave and cutting edge and make some of your own with your choice of magical internet sites.

If you really want to get fancy, go here for more tool and ideas on how you can simply and easily get all fancy with your queef reflex. I mean quick response.

(If you don’t have a smartphone or if you’re reading this ON your smartphone, you won’t know what the hell those codes link to. Here’s some links for ya).

Whatever you do, do not miss this one. 

I am a cat lover and I like to run.

I pity the gilled fool

I hope you get this 

About Robin Plemmons

Robin Plemmons is an artist. She makes greeting cards in her own funky handwriting that say things like, "Congratulations on making a human with your genitals!" & "I hope you washed your crotch because I'm about to put my face in it." You can find them in her Etsy Shop. She blogs at ballstothewallyall.com & tweets like a horny hyena. Follow her if you like that kind of thing: @robinplemmons.

Comments

  1. Grany Rose says:

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  2. marj says:

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  3. useful says:

    yes. if you have barcode reader on your smartphone. you can read any barcodes and get what you want. very convenient.
    i knew a website just offering the app. you can use it.”onbarcode”

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