I thoroughly enjoy the little things in life, like finding crunchy leaves to step on. (BONUS: when you find $16 because you were looking at the ground for leaves to step on.)
I grew up as a military brat, so I've gotten really good at packing uHaul trucks. You haven't lived till you've driven a 26 foot uHaul with a full sized car trailer behind it in driving rain down an interstate.
I have two cats, named Snickers and Widget. I swear they're Pinky and the Brain reincarnated in real life. Snickers is super smart, and Widget...well, Widget is cute.
I love chocolate, I adore macaroni and cheese, and I just can't pass up a serving of frozen yogurt, all of which tells me one thing: I'm actually five.
One of Verizon's top programmers was found to have outsourced his own job to Shenyang, China. This guy was considered to be an expert in C, C++, Perl, Java, Ruby, PHP, and Python. Maybe he does actually know those computer languages, but he wasn't the one using them to excel at his job.
He shipped the software consultancy his authorization key to log into his account, and paid them a fifth of his six figure salary to do all of his work for him.
What his REAL workday broke down into was:
9:00am: arrive, surf Reddit for a couple hours. Watch cat videos.
1:00pm: eBay time!
2:00pm: Facebook updates, check LinkedIn
4:30pm: end of day email update to boss
5:00pm: go home
What's more, this guy took on other jobs on top of the job he had at Verizon, and outsourced all of those as well. All told, he was raking in hundreds of thousands of dollars in profit.
Needless to say, he no longer works at Verizon. My guess would be that he's going to set up a consultancy business so he can outsource his work without getting in trouble for it.