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To err is human.

To take humans to moon is also human.

To take humans to moon, by mistake, is also human.

Now, it turns out that, to land a flight on cloud is also human. Or so it seemed.

Radio traffic control lost connection to the flight 5 minutes before it went off the radar itself. It reported about an approaching hurricane. But the controllers also report a Bridgit Mendler song playing at the background, so they suspect that approaching Hurricane might simply be the song Hurricane being ‘up-next’ on the playlist.

So, the pilot who mistook a cloud to be a runway landed his jumbo jet upon a cumulonimbus cloud. The passengers were almost about to write negative reviews about their destination airport as no aerobridge was arranged for them. But, they soon planned to forgive them when they found that the airport was cleaner than any place on Earth.

Few minutes later, somebody realized that the reason why the place was so clean was because it wasn’t exactly a place on Earth. They were in fact stranded on a cloud miles above ground. Soon, wonder turned into fear and people started running around in arbitrary trajectories. Some jobless dude from a spaceship spotted them and contacted ground control.

The passengers were outside the range of communication however. Too high for ground, too low for space ships. [We are kinda puzzled so as to how the spaceship contacted ground if clouds themselves were unreachable!]

Somebody on the cloud made a discovery that the life jackets in their seats were replaced with parachutes. Another mistake, that could have killed them had the pilot landed the flight onto an ocean. We find it amazing, how error cancels error!

Thankfully, no human being was killed in the entire event as all passengers were safely able to land on Earth with their parachutes.

Nobody is sure how the flight will be retrieved, but the most popular theory is to wait for the cloud to rain itself out of existence, even though cumulonimbus isn’t exactly the cloud type that results in rain.

We wish all passengers a happy and long life forward.

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay Editor in Chief Antarctica Daily
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You thought that foods are to be cooked on the ovens right? Well, turns out that your stomach can be a better often when cooking these materials.

Some studies have proven that these kind of foods can be fatal. So pls, don’t try without consulting your doctor.

1. Custard Mustard 2. Honey Money 3. Fricking Chicken 4. Thread Bread 5. Banana Lasagna 6. Giza Pizza 7. Mango Tango 8. Net Plate 9. Free Tea 10. Water Butter Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay Editor in Chief Antarctica Daily
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We usually stand stupefied when friends sing Happy Birthday during, you know, our birthdays. So, here are a few things you can do the next time you have a birthday… 1. Pick your nose 2. You start singing the same song and dedicate it to a random dead scientist. 3. Run away (with your cake, obvio!) 4. Bury your face inside the cake, kinda like the ostriches… 5. Start dancing with Gangnam style moves 6. Run to the washroom with a hand over your belly and another behind your behind. 7. Look so surprised that someone gets compelled to explain the concept of birthday celebration to you in some detail. 8. Copystrike Everybody for singing a copyrighted song without appropriate permission. 9. Ask your closest neighbour, “How old am I?” and start crying loudly (like Joey). 10. Create a vacuum in the room by sucking out all the air as that will prevent the sound waves from propagating. Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay Editor in Chief Antarctica Daily
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Antarctica Daily by Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay - 2M ago

What if the,

Best idea,

You had ever had,

Was to meet,

Gleefully greet,

Your mom and dad?

Forward this to your parents and gleefully greet them!

Day 12 of 49. Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay claims to have written it, and since he is writing this too, he can affirm that his claim is true!

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Antarctica Daily by Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay - 2M ago

Come on fellows, raise up your hand,

Let’s activate yellow, adrenal gland,

We might be hungry, let’s eat canned

Food with pleasure, and the left hand.

We are mad lads, to us you bless,

With the aponeurosis above palmar space,

We might cry a lot, but you don’t digress,

From the topic of now, or else we make a mess.

Day 11 of 49. Written by Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay, but he himself didn’t understand what this poem meant!

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Antarctica Daily by Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay - 2M ago

If you’re in med school, I guess you read Path,

Or get bored like a fool, And indulge in Math,

It’s then when a time, Of ignorance comes,

Meds go sublime, And the numbers triumph.

You get so engrossed, You rarely rotate,

In the clinics; all paused, Subject’s inanimate,

All fun in the profession, Is suspended,

Like a brain stem death, It’s not that great.

You just keep reaching out for a calculator,

To calculate, till death, by terminator.

Your knowledge now broadens like branches of tree,

All the pain gets washed out immediately,

It radiates away like a filigree

Burn, earning you a weird little math degree.

But you are still unhappy, you want something else,

You came to med for bio not Ys and X,

You feel like a failure, All the pride that your,

Mind held for your passion, melts away for sure.

What stings worse is when you do a bad crime,

Like ditch deg in calc and have a rad time!

Day 10 of 49. Published by Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay.

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Antarctica Daily by Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay - 2M ago

Day 8 of 49

Long line?

Not fine,

Can’t rhyme?

No crime,

No theme?

Blame whim,

Meaning hazy?

‘Coz I’m lazy!

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
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Antarctica Daily by Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay - 2M ago

Day 8 of 49

Waiting for my phone to Ring,

I’m lonelier than Chandler Bing,

Past is gripped well all in my cling,

I’m depressed for Global Warming.

I like the trees just till they’re cut,

Or made into paper or brand new hut,

With no live trees we wave bye to rain,

The ill effects don’t even haunt our brain.

These days seeing trees has become so rare,

As the neighbourhood I’m in is totally bare,

The cotton dressed guys exhibit their share,

Of shiny clothes under sun’s glare.

The earth from space is still blue green,

As was seen by Neil and Buzz Aldrin,

But when forests turn into new cities unclean,

We’ll miss these colours our planet had been.

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay

The poems begin from today…

P.S. I just realised that I had messed up the rhyme scheme in the second stanza for some reason! But, I’m too lazy to edit it over again.

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Antarctica Daily by Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay - 2M ago

Earth calling Moon Rocket

Earth calling Moon Rocket

》ssup?

Did anything happen, bruh?

》nm bro…

K then, we’re cool huh?

》Yes bud.

》Btw, umm…

Yea’?

》Never mind…I’m fine.

It’s ok, you can share anything with me!

》Well…I mean there’s a bomb on board…

Can u describe it?

》It’s ticking and I guess it might blast…

So what do u want us to do?

》Dunno, maybe save our lives.

Sure, I’ll pitch the idea in to boss, will let yah know…

》K, be quick.

》Dude.

》DUUUDE…

》Hey, the bomb just blasted. We’re crashin’…

Can anybody hear me? I guess I keep talkin’ to myself…

》Oopsie…I guess the bomb switched on the radio by mistake!

Hey, I’m back.

Anythin’ new happened?

》Nah…

Sure? Nothing happened?

》Nahh.h. Literally Nothing Happened.

》It’s just that…we are crashin…

BOOOM!

Day 7 of 49. Published by Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay.

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Antarctica Daily by Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay - 2M ago

“Yes!”

Day 6 of 49. This post is by Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay, but the story is by an unknown author who was famous for writing an unknown book.

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