Saturday, July 16

Dysfunctional Life of the Phoneless Kind

I dreamt about my phone. Really.

The scene began of me waiting anxiously for the arrival of the phone bearer a.k.a. Abel, who has been, in real life, keeping my phone for the past whole week.

Soon he arrived with my oh so missed communication contraption, but surprise surprise, it’s screen sparkled with color! (I’m still using the Neanderthalic monochrome 3310)

Apparently my previous phone’s screen cracked hence his kind father, we are in the dream right now by the way, replaced it with a color counterpart!

Yet, the dream took a horrific turn; for my phone, left unattended for 7 cycles of sun and moon, entrapped and snared a horde of messages, miss calls and speaking mail boxes which went by the thousands.

1 Eye Balls:

Jeremiah Phoon said...

The 3310 is a good phone !! Although mine died , it is very hardy and almost invulnerable . Almost ..

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