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  • feel a little uneasy

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  • don't really feel uneasy

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  • couldn't care less

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    Croux is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    The best phones (In terms of storage and media capabilities) and phone service in the world is actually Korean if I recall correctly. They laugh at our little phones with 1-2 gigabytes of storage.

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    liekiamhiung is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Cell Phones heh, mine is Nokia 1100 *run away with shames to hide in the corner* Y_Y....

    I only felt a little uneasy if i don't take my cell phones. Cause my mom like to keep in touch with me, and there is the work problems. So it's more pleasant if i can get in contact for them.
    LONG LIVE HIME-SAMA. MY LIFE FOR RUMBLANDIA!


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    silverwmoon is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    lol I usually don't notice if I forgot my cell phoneuntil I go to use it, then it's a minor inconvenience....


    but my good one broke D: the LCD screen (it was a samsung something that was a slide one)

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    Quiraikotsu is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Warghhh... teh LG CHOCOLATE!!!
    I am positively drooling for that phone.
    It even has that little wiper hanging off it!!
    Gorge.

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    adonai is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    I just use it to keep the time since I hate wearing watches...

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    _Vincent_ is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Quote Originally Posted by rabidfuzzybunny View Post
    Cell phones are nice and convienent when it's you calling out. The inbound calls can be annoying though, and if your employer supplies you with a phone and expects you to then be on call 24/7...if they abuse that access it can feel like they've put a dog leash on you so you are never truly off work.
    sadly I know this feeling. =_=

    whenever my cell rings. It's either work or my brother asking me to buy something. (I'd rather have my brother ring me compared to work =_="). I'm only happy when its a txt message. ^^

    I wish I could just leave my cell at home and pretend I forgot to bring it........

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    qualia is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    Well, since I don't wear a watch, my phone's the only one keeping time for me. It currently serves as:
    -A watch
    -Companion when I'm bored (I put stories into it, in text files. It's like a really simple e-book reader - and games).
    -a phone...

    It's a 3 year old Nokia 6600, and still love it~!
    remember those were teh days when phones were made like bricks - you can chuck them at someone and it still works fine.

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    rabidfuzzybunny is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Vincent_ View Post
    sadly I know this feeling. =_=

    whenever my cell rings. It's either work or my brother asking me to buy something. (I'd rather have my brother ring me compared to work =_="). I'm only happy when its a txt message. ^^

    I wish I could just leave my cell at home and pretend I forgot to bring it........
    I liked it better when work provided me with just a pocket pager. With that, there wasn't the expectation that I would be on call -and- immedately available...on call yes, but then they'd allow a grace period for me to find someplace that had a pay phone I could use to call in.

    With the increase in the number of people who own cell phones it's getting harder to find businesses that have pay phones on the wall somewhere, or a phone booth on a street corner.

 

 
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