How to Change Your Print Cartridge Flowchart

In case you were wondering, I still haven’t seen my neighbors. I think their odds of being dead have raised by at least 20%, but then again they could just be spending the week hanging out with alligators in Florida or something. It’s still hard to tell.

In other news, I came across this flowchart I made about three years ago. In fact, I think it’s one of the first flowcharts I ever made. Way back when, a few of my friends and I tried to start a flowchart website with the idea that we would each make a flowchart or two a week to contribute to it. The moral of the this story is, never trust your friends because they didn’t pull their flowchart weight. Well, at least never trust your friends to make flowcharts. Besides me, of course.

So, here’s my first flowchart. Like I said, I made it a few years ago, which I think makes it vintage now. See how cute and retro it is!

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5 Responses to How to Change Your Print Cartridge Flowchart

  1. sayali611 says:

    LOL. You just made my work so much easier.

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  2. I don’t have any trouble changing printer cartridges… but you might want to read this about your neighbors, from another blog I like to read. Quite timely! http://thegoodgreatsby.com/2011/09/14/dear-good-greatsby-how-can-i-tell-if-my-neighbor-is-dead/

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  3. Salime says:

    The word flowchart appears way to many times in this blog post lol 🙂

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  4. The T says:

    sounds like the workflow of my entire office

    T.

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