Thursday, June 12, 2008

ooh!

Am I the only one who jumps about ten feet in the air whenever my cell phone (set to vibrate) goes off in my front pocket?

8 comments:

swine said...

yes.

Steven Gould said...

No.

Many people suffer from cellepsy and have celleleptic fits.

Of course this kinda defeats the purpose of the "silent" mode when the person jumps up in the air and says jesuseffingchrist! in the middle of the movie.

But at least their phone didn't ring.

NEOcreativegenius said...

No, you're not the only one. I swear the "vibrate" mode is as loud as the ring tone on my phone. Not only that, but if my phone is set to vibrate and is sitting on a flat surface, it will move several inches!

Amy L. Hanna said...

My cell's never on vibrate.

I have other things for that mode.

Anonymous said...

I've heard it called "Beepelpsey", although that was far vibrating beepers

Toby said...

I'm calling my congress-person. It's clear these devices are designed only for women.

I think I'll call some clergy people too.

shaina said...

haha no, my dad once banged his knee but good when his phone vibrated in his pocket while driving...he also caused $500 worth of damage to his car a different time trying to get the vibrating phone OUT of his pocket while driving. um, oops?

Carol said...

I rarely feel my phone vibrate. . . how tight are your jeans, Erin????