Wednesday, February 14, 2007

a new phone

The time has come to say goodbye to the Nokia Tracfone I've been using for the past... five years or so? It's been replaced by this, nothing-too-fancy Motorola phone. I wanted to stick with the Tracfone plan, because buying the minutes is super cheap, seeing as I don't need a lot of minutes. And this is the only phone accepted by Tracfone that is a camera phone. So now I can take spy photos and post them here on my blog.



It's a good thing they included this warning in the directions, or somebody could have been hurt.

10 comments:

Emma Sometimes said...

haha..you know those instructions where there because someone tried it.

"Look MOMMY!!! FIREWORKS!!"

Charles said...

"Do not use your Tracfone as a floatation device"

Aunt Jo said...

Do not use your Tracfone underwater

Seeker said...

"...use a conventional oven instead."

Michelle said...

Do not shower with Tracfone!

uncle joe said...

help, use your new phone to call the poleeece!!!!
AJ has tied me up to the dishwasher for two months.....

momyblogR said...

Yes, because that is exactly how I would try and dry MY phone.....

Crack-POTS! :):)

Badoozie said...

i was wondering why my phone was not working after nuking it...

can't wait for the spy photos~

Meow said...

Hahaha, it's amazing the warnings they print with some things !!
Looking forward to the spy photos.
Don't get caught !!!!
Have a great weekend.
Take care, Meow

Saur♥Kraut said...

I'm SO glad you posted the cautionary microwave note. I had JUST dropped my cellphone in the rain and was reaching for HI on the microwave settings when I read this. *WHEW*

Seriously, if we have precautions for EVERY possible idiotic occurrence, we would have to enclose a book the size of a dictionary with every purchase. What makes them choose this cautionary warning over, say, "Don't hand cellphone to bears" or something like that?