Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Ring phlegm

I don't want a new mobile phone, but if I did, I know which one I want. I want the ring phlegm one. How could anybody resist a ring phlegm phone that also has an easy-to-use, one-touch shortening button?

5 comments:

Lia said...

Seriously, what does that even mean?

Badaunt said...

I don't know. I suspect the 'shortening button' might have something to do with a short cut? But the 'ring phlegm' baffles me. I can't even imagine what it is supposed to be. All I can think of is that the ringtone is a cough, and I'm fairly sure it can't be that.

Anonymous said...

Still, this is the corporate culture which brought us, respectively, canned drinks named "Pocari Sweat" and "Calpis". Perhaps the voice activation of this phone is so good you can be terminally ill with flu and the phone will still dial?

Pkchukiss said...

I think they meant a button on the phone that shrinks each time you press it.

Radioactive Jam said...

I wonder if your typical ring phlegm has JAPAN TEXTURE.

And after you figure out ring phlegm, you can start on "Position Nabis" and "Idocoromal."

(Better yet, let the Min. of Ed. deal with it)