What happens when a PC user gets a Mac


Electric MacBook Air

This post is dedicated to all the readers who have had it with me getting all excited about Apple products…


MobileSpoon: “Hey MacExpert! Guess what?! I just bought a MacBook Air!”

MacExpert: “Really? That’s fantastic. Welcome to the world of good. Forget about blue screens, weird error messages, viruses. Say hello to coolness and great apps!”

MobileSpoon: “Yearrrrrrr! Exciting! So tell me, what should I do with it? I mean, how do I do some cool stuff, I want to produce movies, create music, work with images, I want to be cool. How do I do all of those things? Teach me everything you know. What do I need to install first?”

MacExpert: “Well, the first thing I would do is install ‘Parallels’.”

MobileSpoon: “Oh yeah! Sounds cool! What’s ‘Parallels’?”

MacExpert: “It’s a brilliant tool that lets you have both Windows and Mac working at the same time. This means you will be able to use your Windows apps with no issues.”

MobileSpoon: “Oh… Actually… I was kind of hoping I could enjoy a pureApple experience’, you know? Screw Windows! Give me better usability, let me produce movies, create music, work with images… you know? I mean, Parallels sounds good but, well, you know…”

MacExpert: “Yes, so once you have Parallels, start installing your usual stuff and give me a call, we will find some cool apps for you… What do you say about those great finger gestures and multi-touch pad?”

MobileSpoon: “Awesome! Can’t wait to use them when I draw those images and mess around with videos! This is exciting! I guess I’m a Mac now!!!”

MacExpert: “Mac is the best. Much better than this piece of Windows crap.”

MobileSpoon: “One more thing MacExpert, I keep getting those weird tickling electric vibrations whenever I recharge it. Is that normal?”

MacExpert: “Oh yeah, that’s because it's getting the electricity straight into the battery, which is located right underneath the keyboard - which is where you feel the vibration right?”

MobileSpoon: “Well… yeah, but why does it…”

MacExpert: “It’s normal, you can read about it in here, here, here, here, here, over here, in here, also in here, here, in here, even here, in here,also  here, in here, over here, in here, here, here, over here, in here, also in here, probably here, in here, even here, in here, in here, here, here, here, here, over here, in here, also in here, here, in here, even here, in here,also here, in here, over here, in here, here, here, over here, in here, also in here, probably here, in here, even here, in here, in here, here, here, here, here, over here, in here, also in here, here, in here, even here, in here,also here, in here, over here, in here, here, here, over here, in here, also in here, probably here, in here, even here, in here.

Oh, and here.”

MobileSpoon: “What the ?#$^?!”

MacExpert: “Yeah, don’t worry about it, it’s normal. it won’t kill you or anything. You will get used to it, eventually…Hey, it’s a MAC man, a MAC! So thin!”

MobileSpoon: “It’s annoying!”

MacExpert: “Oh no, trust me, it’s cool. Stop whining about it like a kid.”

MobileSpoon: “And it doesn’t bother you that the thing electrifies you?

MacExpert: “Only when plugged to the recharger.”

MobileSpoon: “I NEED IT TO BE CHARGED ALL DAY LONG!!! Don’t you ever charge it while you are using it?"

MacExpert: “I usually charge it during the day...”

MobileSpoon: “And don’t you feel those annoying electric vibes?!?”

MacExpert: “Well… not when I’m using my HP Laptop…”

MobileSpoon: “!#$#$%^!#???

Comments

  1. HA! You duplicated some of the links there, haven't you? (I had the same problem... some of the links include people saying "this is the way it should work" - crazy fanboys.

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  2. LOL,
    Starting the day with a smile...

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  3. Got to love those gestures! :)

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  4. Man, you are hilarious!

    Meush

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  5. I concur with your conclusions and will eagerly look forward to your future updates. The usefulness and significance is overwhelming and has been invaluable to me!
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  6. Gosh, so this is what happens when you own a MAC? I think I'm gonna stay with Windows. :D

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  7. I like apple but then buying a laptop from apple is for me not advisable if you are always having some files added from your USB.

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  8. So this is how MAC works. I was really hoping to buy a laptop of this brand, I just realized that I changed my mind after reading your post. :D

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  9. apple, alwasy try to be distinct... guess that's the consequences

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