Calibri font is the talk of the town today. Here we have shortlisted some humorous social media posts as Calibri font detects the corruption of the present government. Microsoft’s Calibri font was used by the government in the documents dated back in 2005, whereas Calibri Font was launched officially in 2007.
— Frederik Obermaier (@f_obermaier) July 11, 2017
JIT has beaten Sherlock ?? #Calibri
— Irza Khan (@irzakhaan) July 11, 2017
35 years old political career near to death because of a 10 year old writing Font #Calibri
— Zeeshan Haider Magsi (@ZHmagsi) July 11, 2017
Pakistanis have overnight become Document Forensic Experts! #Calibri
— Adnan Malik (@adnanjmalik) July 11, 2017
You mess with tech, tech will come and bite you in the behind. #calibri
— Abdullah Saad (@kursed) July 10, 2017
Bill Gates personally meeting & Thanking MNS for inventing Calibri in Ittefaq Foundries… pic.twitter.com/6c6FSTjcl7
— Sadaf Raja (@sa_sha01) July 11, 2017
this post has been written using #Calibri 😛
When #calibri gets born premature 😀
— Smeeha Razvi (@SmeehaRazvi) July 11, 2017
Calibri font was commercially introduced in 2007 but the 'Innovative Sharif Family' used it in 2006. Microsoft pe bhi qabza kar lia? ?? pic.twitter.com/jyLfsMN7AZ
— Team UD (@teamUDPTI) July 11, 2017
— Ground Reality (@faujitweets) July 11, 2017
Family: What happened?
— Baji Please (@BajiPlease) July 11, 2017
— Sabena Siddiqi (@sabena_siddiqi) July 11, 2017
— Nafisa Shah (@ShahNafisa) July 11, 2017
#Calibri font was introduced in 2007 and Sharif family was already using it since 2006. This is the ultimate level of science fiction.
— Dr Saqlain Shah (@DrSaqlainSh) July 11, 2017
Note: Calibri blunder was caught by Robert W. Radley (Forensic Handwriting & Document Examiner) hired by the JIT, not by the JIT itself.
— Ali Salman Alvi (@alisalmanalvi) July 11, 2017
In the midst all the jokes and humors, we need to give credit to the man who found this forgery. Mr Robert W. Radley. What becomes of this find, time would tell but he did gave Pakistani nation a moment of laughter.