20 Cloud Catchphrases

20 Cloud Catchphrases

20 Cloud Catchphrases

Everyone wants something to be remembered by and what so many people think they can get away with is coming up with a catchphrase or the very least a quotable line. I sat for two weeks thinking of a catchy phrase for cloud computing that is both funny and memorable. So I wasted two weeks of my life because coming up with a catchphrase for anything is harder than it sounds. So, I just repurposed some famous catchphrases for cloud computing and hopefully my legacy will be something else… Enjoy!

1) Dammit man, I am a storage network not a doctor.

-Leonard “Bones” McCoy

2) I pity the fool . . . who uses an external hard drive to store their files.

-Mr. T

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3) Can’t we all just get one cloud network to share?

-Rodney King

4) The USB jump drive made me do it.

-Geraldine Jones

5) I know it when I store it.

-Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart

6) I am smarter than the average CD-R.

-Yogi Bear

7) Don’t lose my files bro!

-Andrew Meyer

8) Turn on. Load in. Spread it around to other devices.

-Timothy Leary

9) Where is the security?

-Wendy’s Commercial

10) I am the decider . . . of what goes on my cloud.

-George W. Bush

11) Thank you Mario but the cloud moved all your files to another castle.

-Toad from Super Mario Bros

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12) All that and a network of files.

-Everyone in the 90s

13) Never leave home without it (Hey that kind of works!).

-American Express

14) USB flash drives, 3.5 inch floppy disks, and external hard drives OH MY!

-Dorothy Gale

15) Now you can store, and storing is half the battle.

-G.I. Joes

16) Ask not what your cloud can do for you. Ask what you can do for your cloud. Well actually no just let the cloud work for you.

-JFK

17) Silly rabbit clouds are for kids.

-Trix Cereal commercial

18) *($*&#@= BEEEEP #+(*&$^&* BEEEEEP CLOUD COMPUTING BBBBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEPPPPP.

-The Jerry Springer Show Guest

19) This cloud was made of lemon grass and shellacked autumn leaves. It’s a cloud thing.

-Martha Stewart

20) Keep Calm and Carry devices with Cloud support technology.

-WWII British Propaganda

To be completely honest I am starting to feel a little more comfortable coming up with a cloud catchphrase. Maybe something like, “It’s the only cloud you want in your life,” or, “It’ll work in the rain.” Hmmm that sounds more of a marketing campaign slogan… You guys got any ideas for your favorite catchphrases? Well then put them in the comment section.

Oh… how about, “Clouding it.”

Never mind.

By Chris Kenealy

(Toad Image Source: http://www.mariowiki.com/)

About Chris Kenealy

Chris Kenealy is a 26 year old graduate of Georgia State University, and he is a professional freelance writer for both online and print content. Known for his written work with local non-profit organizations and his highly sarcastic jorunalism ;) work on pop culture he is happy letting his writing make others laugh, think, or both. Chris is also currently a freelance writer for CloudTweaks.

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