Weird sex habits

Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. Silicon Valley is known as a hub of innovation, where tech geniuses create the world of tomorrow. Every kid with some coding knowledge wants to wind up there, hoping to become the next Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg. But though millions of the brightest virgins from all over the weird sex habits worship these gurus like they’re easily winded Greek gods, they ignore that their success comes at a cost.

Typically, interactions with your boss’ boss tend to involve you getting run over by their driver on the way to the bus stop. But some CEOs are more interested in their underlings than others. Ironically, in the tech world, it’s the titans of social media who place a lot of importance on having some face-to-face time with all of their employees. Potential Facebook recruits are sent a weird email telling them they’re wanted by the company. After arriving at Facebook HQ, they’re quickly shuttled to a private room, forced to sign a bunch of NDAs, and then poof, Zuckerberg appears. Hey, did you see that movie about how big a creep I am?

Anyway, let’s go into the woods alone! At least the CEO of Twitter and enabler of dangerously mouthy world leaders Jack Dorsey waits until you’re in the door to unleash weird expeditions on his workforce. In his other company, Square, Dorsey rounds up all the new employees every Friday and drives them like cattle down to the statue of Gandhi outside San Francisco’s Ferry Building. For middle-aged men, hobbies are a great distraction from constantly recalling all the promotions they didn’t get. Popular ways to keep the murderous rage at bay include repairing vintage cars, crying in sheds, and woodworking.

But for Nintendo CEO and manic pixie old man Shigeru Miyamoto, it’s measuring stuff. What Miyamoto, a genius games developer, finds the most fun ever is predicting the lengths and weights of stuff, then measuring it to see how close he got. The man carries a tape measure everywhere. For instance, I might guess that the table in front of us is about 1.

2 metres long,” he told Nintendo. That may be the most tragic thing we’ve ever heard. He claims to have developed this habit when he first began building a house, which is interesting, as we’d figure him to be more of a brick-breaker than bricklayer. Peter Thiel is known for many things. He owns a big share of Facebook. He bankrupted a major internet publication because they were mean to him. He’s a powerful, clever, driven man.