May 19, 2005
Not the brightest bulb
I stood in the lobby of my office building yesterday, frantically trying both to put a cell call through to my voice mail and to avoid co-workers who might stop to talk on the way to lunch. Call one. The call would not go through. It looked like it did, after all, I could see the seconds ticking away on the screen, but no voicemail. Call two, same thing. I pressed the phone to my ear even harder and turned up the volume. Nothing. Calls three, four, and five didn't go through either. I couldn't hear anything on the other end. Quite a quandry. And then it dawned on me.

MAYBE YOU SHOULD TAKE THE HEADSET OUT OF THE PHONE BEFORE YOU TRY TO MAKE THE CALL, JACKASS.

Damn newfangled technology.

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7 Comments:

Blogger Kiki said...

I experience moments like these on a daily basis.

Blogger Ariel1980 said...
Blogger oregano said...

To think that technology is suppose to make our lives simpler.

Blogger kitkat said...

It's times like these that make you feel guilty for making fun of stupid people.

I get over it by doing something highly intellectual.

Anonymous Vermont Neighbor said...

Are cell phones supposed to work?

Blogger Meg said...

ROFL! That **sooooo** sounds like something I'd do.

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