Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Lookie!

My new gift to myself. (Don't worry...Bluetooth is STRICTLY for car use)

I can tell i'm going to love this company because they only cater to bright people.

15 Comments:

Blogger doggybloggy said...

neato...

8:55 AM  
Blogger Michelle Ann said...

Cool...I can send you dirty pictures now. :)

9:33 AM  
Blogger doggybloggy said...

michelle you could have been sending those to me all along..

2:11 PM  
Blogger VE said...

That first caution I try to apply to myself as well. The second one, well, it's hard for me to squeeze into the microwave...sometimes I get stuck.

3:30 PM  
Blogger Ruby Redux said...

Snazzy! I had the Razr in fushia. Then I accidentally took it with me to a steam bath and it never worked. I bought a wicked fantastic Nokia something or other that flips open as well, but I kept dropping it until it got lost it's mind... Now, I have a skinny, black and blue Nokia.

The drama, eh?

Don't microwave? Tanya... I always wanted to microwave my mobile :p In the Kuwaiti (Arizona-like) hot weather... Ugh... Alright then.

8:13 PM  
Blogger buffalodickdy said...

Always got to have the latest gizmo, don't you?

4:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

New hair....new purple razor...hmmm, what's going on here? :-)

8:50 AM  
Blogger SSC said...

That explains my problems with my phone and why I need a new microwave. You know its funny that they have to add those warnings, but its even funnier because people have done it.

11:11 AM  
Blogger Carrieā„¢ said...

I think companies put those warnings on products because people may have tried to do those things before. Way back in the day when I had my own business, we got a bunch of new pagers in. Remember those? Beepers. One kind had the usual warnings and this one - 'do not eat the battery door' WHAT?? Mmmm, a hard little piece of plastic seems so appetizing. There was also a 1-800# for a battery ingestion hotline. Do that many people eat batteries? I guess they must because there's a 1-800# for it. Crazy! Another favorite that comes with hairdryers - 'do not use while bathing.' Crap! That was such a time saver.

3:17 PM  
OpenID deweyintoronto said...

Laugh not. My ex-stepfather (yes, a man my own mother could not see the stupid in) thought it would be fun to see if putting a disposable BATTERY in the MICROWAVE would re-charge it. I was 12 and *I* was the one that knew this was a Very. Bad. Idea.

One call to the fire department and a whole new kitchen later, he learned this did not work. He was only not a recipient of a Darwin Award because I made said call to the Fire Department. Damn shame I was home...

6:27 AM  
Blogger Beth said...

nice phone....but a loser phone. I put mine in the microwave all the time, never had a problem. duh.

1:22 PM  
Blogger Candice said...

haha, that is so funny. You know once, i put my razor in the micro just to see what was going to happen. I have no idea why they write such ridiculous things.

My phone is pink. I have not yet used the blue tooth thing. I have noticed now after a l.5 years later, that my phone when you talk, starts to fade in and out. Its weird, i dont know how to explain it. but Just thought i would tell you, but wait that is like bursting your bubble at the same time. maybe i should stop writing.

I am so mean, whatever, i have the same phone, it is all good. congrats!! tell me how the bluetooth works. it is still in the box.

5:55 AM  
Blogger pinknest said...

you are going to wear that bluetooth all the time, i know it!!

5:48 AM  
Blogger Pher said...

you have the same fingernails that i have....weird....

3:23 PM  
Blogger Vicki's Vegan Vice said...

No microwaves, No freezers. In-n-Out already beat them with the catchy slogan. What good is a phone if you can't cook with it?!

10:57 PM  

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