A coworker of mine is known for her… [how shall I put this?] unintentionally creative use of language. For instance, a while back she said someone who was extremely busy was “running around with a chicken in her butt.” She’s getting a new phone and was trying to decide how much storage she needs. She spent the day asking people how many giggle-bites they have.
CURRENT STATUS: Using “giggle-bites” from now on.
I dumped Verizon on Tuesday in favor of Ting. I just tried to check on current charges and make sure the cancellation went through.
When I sign in this is the page I get. They are not clear on what is happening here. The part that says “Note: This change is effective immediately” scares me. If I pick one of the phone numbers that used to be on Verizon from the drop-down menu and click “Continue,” is Verizon going to grab that number back from Ting? All I want to do is check on the usage and charges.
I think Verizon is trying to trick people into re-joining them. What a bunch of scumbags.
Also, water is wet.
If you play with the button too much, your iPhone turns into a Galaxy Note and then your purse is inexplicably filled with water.
Side Benefit: Men can’t find your phone.
I’d call it a pursy.
Source: Laughing Squid
Today I was preparing to bid on a phone on eBay. Of course, I waited until the end of the auction to bid. There were three minutes to go, and the price was up to $172.50, a good bargain. I refreshed the page and it took me a few seconds to comprehend what I was seeing because it was so bizarre.
With less than three minutes to go, someone exercised the Buy It Now option to purchase the phone for $400.
What the hell kind of person DOES that?
It’s abundantly clear in the video that he purposely aims for the second woman, but I believe he was going for her phone, too. He wasn’t looking that time and got her drink.
If anyone out there knows this guy, please punch him in the nose for me.
“And I said, hey, let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the—hey, are you getting this? Because I do not have have time to repeat myself, nuh-uh.”
This guy reminds me of the time in the 80s I drove around and pretended to talk on a home cordless phone so people would think I had a cell phone.
I’m still getting spam calls for Trevor about being approved for an auto loan. I have no idea how this benefits them. Do they think people are going to call back and say, “I’m not Trevor, but I’ll take his loan!”
I finally got fed up with them. I decided to call them (at (508) 857-3943) and ask for Trevor. I’m going to continue asking for Trevor for quite a while (blocking my caller ID with *67, of course). Then at some point in the future, I’ll call as Trevor and ask if I have any messages.
Perhaps there will be messages from all around the country. Who knows?