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lamberts-lost-tooth
08-22-2006, 06:21 AM
Things you cant do when you've lost your cell phone:

1) Talk in your car or while "on the go"
2) Check in at work to see what is going on.
3) Check messages
4) Use your phone as a clock
5) Text message
6) Check your calendar..and schedule
7) Use your phone as a calculator
8) Check the address/Phone list of everyone you know
9) Get sports updates anytime/anywhere
10) Leave yourself quick note reminders


Things you CAN do when you've lose your cell phone:

Worry about which unemployed Dirtbag is calling their cousin in Uganda!!!

floodcitygirl
08-22-2006, 07:03 AM
Yikes LLT! Sounds like you and your phone are very attatched! What a mess. Hope you find it! :smile:

BlackNGold203
08-22-2006, 07:33 AM
Wow...I gotta tell ya....

I had a cell phone stolen once...IT SUCKED!!

I really didnt realize how much work stuff...and personal stuff... I had on there...and how much i relied on it...

So, since then, I've started keeping multiple lists in multiple places...

Dude...did you really lose yours???

HometownGal
08-22-2006, 09:07 AM
That sucks rotten eggs, LLT. I had that happen last year and I borrowed my daughter's cell phone and retraced all of my steps, calling my number so I could hear the phone ring. I finally found it - it was wedged in between my car seats - LOL! Good luck in finding it! If you don't find it in a reasonable amount of time, call your service provider and let them know so they can block your number from making or receiving calls until you either find it or they can ship you out a replacement.

There is, however, a benefit for not talking on a cell phone while you're driving - less likely that you aren't going to stay focused on the road when a teenager driving their parents car drives erratically and almost hits you while chit-chatting on their cell phones and not paying attention to the road. Ughhhhh - I see this situation almost daily around here. :rolleyes:

lamberts-lost-tooth
08-26-2006, 08:30 AM
So I home last night and my daughter walks up to me smiling and asks what I would give if she found my phone. After negotiating for a coldstone icecream..she pulls the phone out of her back pocket and tells me she found it in the laundry room.....
.....Sooooooo I'm thinking .."huh..wonder how I misplaced it there"...but now that I look in my phone..I find 15 messages to "dudette" from my 12 yo son... and 13 messages back to him from the 14 year old neighbor girl down the street.
I get off at 3 p.m.
He has 6 1/2 hours of freedom before I get home and invent a new definition of GROUNDED. :mad:
Solitary confinement doesnt even BEGIN to touch what he is in store for.

Stlrs4Life
08-26-2006, 03:30 PM
So I home last night and my daughter walks up to me smiling and asks what I would give if she found my phone. After negotiating for a coldstone icecream..she pulls the phone out of her back pocket and tells me she found it in the laundry room.....
.....Sooooooo I'm thinking .."huh..wonder how I misplaced it there"...but now that I look in my phone..I find 15 messages to "dudette" from my 12 yo son... and 13 messages back to him from the 14 year old neighbor girl down the street.
I get off at 3 p.m.
He has 6 1/2 hours of freedom before I get home and invent a new definition of GROUNDED. :mad:
Solitary confinement doesnt even BEGIN to touch what he is in store for.

Wow, glad you found it. I can understand your pain. My son would get a good one when I got home.

clevestinks
08-26-2006, 09:57 PM
Damn, how did we ever survive wo cells before??????????????????????//

SteelCityMan786
08-27-2006, 11:39 AM
OMG. LLT seems to be in a rough time period. Hopefully you find your cell man.