Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Calling John

An article posted at Wirelessinfo.com claims that the British cell phone users lose a whopping 850,000 portable telephones each year by dropping them down the toilet. I find this boggling. Aside from that questionable factoid, however, the article continues that another common cause of cell phone destruction is being dropped on bar floors — and the writer does so with a remarkable flair for language.
Second to the death by watery grave, 810,000 handsets end up amongst the peanuts and broken hearts at a local pub, 315,000 stay behind for an extra long cab ride, 225,000 keep riding public transportation after their owners leave and 116,000 ended up in some dirty laundry.
Also, I pledge to stop blogging about toilets.

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