so if Earl set the phone to ring while napping, he’d still get startled
Yesterday, I set my phone down on a glass coaster that made fart noises.
Be happy it’s not vibrating somewhere else?
It looks just like me when this happens!
My ring is Morse code.
Leave the light on and put the phone in your pocket and see how hot it gets! (A relative did that!
Earl just turn it off ! If important they will leave a voice mail :-}
One of the reasons to have a Bluetooth.
Murphy’s law of napping…just when you’ve settled in and starting to get into the deep part of your nap, something wakes you right out of it!
Which explains why you leave it there, Earl.
Now he has to go run and pee.
For me, it’s staring at the toaster. It’s the jack-in-the-box all over.
Cells are a PITA!
At my age, Earl, I carry my phone in my shirt pocket; sort of a do-it-yourself defibrillator.
What I hate is getting phantom vibrations when I don’t have my phone on me!
I had a friend who always asked people to call him on his cell because it was on vibrate. He loved the feel of the vibrations. He thought that impressed the women. They just laughed at him.
I found a great way to find my phone! I call out, “Hey Google, make a noise.”
Earl, you ought to try a smart watch! It’s REALLY scary when your wrist rings!
Not the dreaded brown note ;~|
Mine is a 4G Flip Phone with a regular “Old School” telephone ring and it stays on a shelf by the computer desk unless We go somewhere. It Never Bothers Me. :-)
Hint for happiness, turn it off. Check voice-mails once a week and set email notifications to emergency level only.
Best not to put it in you breast pocket, you might mistake it for your pace maker.
I wouldn’t know as I don’t have one.
Puts a smile on Pearl though
It bugs me when I feel mine vibrating in my pocket, only it isn’t.
It startles me, too, and I’m in my 20s.