Tuesday, February 13, 2007

It's just sad, really

I was just looking for a phone number. I found it in my cell phone, in a list of the 20 most recent outgoing calls.

The sad part, my list of 20 calls goes all the way back to the middle of last June. So it has taken me more than 7 months to make 20 calls. I. Am. A. Loser.

I should really quit talking to myself and start using up my cell minutes.

13 comments:

Working Gal said...

You could start calling into talk radio shows...or maybe random customer service numbers. You could start your own Daddy's Crank Yankers - all of your calls would have kids screaming in the background.
*hee hee*

MyBestInvest said...

I am my cell phone company's most valuable customer. I pay month after month and barely use any minutes.

If I could somehow convert my rollover minutes to airline miles, I could take your family and mine to Sydney and back a few times.

Rick said...

I finally made a top twenty list.

Angel said...

I have the same two numbers over and over again but showing up every 5 days or so. Yeah, I'm there with you Mike.

My phone is all blinged out with pink and clear rhinestones. I love it! But I always forget to turn it off and it goes dead. Hubby is always yelling at me about that because when he needs to reach me it's dead. *rolls eyes*

Mike said...

My phone is usally MIA. Buried under a pile of mail or magazines or car keys or just plain lost.

Of course I could go nearly forever without it, evidently

Ally Bean said...

You have more than I do for the same time frame. I hate talking on the phone so I avoid it like the plague. I think that you sound very social.

Ginger said...

Happy Valentine's Day! Yes, I let my phone go dead all the time, too. I am pleased to report my incoming/outgoing calls only go back to November.

Anonymous said...

Do ya ever wonder what we did w/out cell phones? or those clicker thingys for the TV.

I never lost my phone when it had a cord on it! (hehe)

Ughhhhhhhh! The world just keeps pushing. Ah, pursuit of the simple life here I come!!

Pop2v

Mike said...

Cell I could live without.

Remote? I would not last fifteen minutes without one of those handy.

Ginger said...

Yes we were explaining to J the other day about life before remotes. We only had 4 channels back then so you watched what was on or you didn't. You could tell he was really shocked by the idea.

Long Island Dad said...

It's a funny thing... my wife and I and her mother share a family plan with 1000 minutes.... which means they share 1000 minutes, my MIL doesn't really know how to use her phone and mine is only used for incoming calls at the supermarket... yet we go over minutes each month... could be the Misses 4 hour commute each day, Naaaah talking on the phone and driving is a distraction, right?

Cell phone... could lose it tomorrow!
TV Remote... have 2 programmed back-ups waiting to go at a moments notice!

Darren a/k/a Clare's Dad said...

I'm the same way too. I don't even know why I bother charging the phone anymore. When I was working it would ring nonstop...but since I left I get about one call a month.

Love Bears All Things said...

I only have the cell,no land line. I never use all my minutes in a month and have over a thousand roll over. I hate talking on the phone. I'm ashamed to say that I sometimes choose not to answer just to see if the caller has a point to make or a question that I can comment on before I call back. I don't want to talk just for the heck of it. Telling them I only have a cell phone doesn't seem to do the trick.chatting online is much more fun. Mama Bear