10.14.2008

Microwave + Cell Phone


This morning, I get an email from a lady from my A/V team that states...

Hey Gary,

My granddaughter “MICROWAVED” my phone and I had to buy a new one. I lost all my numbers...I didn’t mind, I needed a new phone anyway…I couldn’t get mad at her, she is too cute…


Do you have any stories like this to share?

5 comments:

johnnysierra said...

What's going on Gary, my name is Johnny Sierra and I have been locking for fellow ebloggers that I could connect with and I happened to run into your blogspot.

Getting to the question though, I once went to the beach and just and as I went in I felt something heavy on my side. When I went to look it was my phone, totally soaked and down with. I had to buy another phone. That was about 2 years ago and honestly till this day I check myself twice before I go into any water.

Eric said...

Yes-Someone very close to me(I won't say who) washed my very new cell phone in the washing machine. I hoped it would dry out but it never did. I still have it and it still doesn't work.

johnnysierra said...

I seen your bio you leave here in Florida? how long?

Bill Stanley said...

I grew up in Daytona Beach, FL and every summer my friend Josh and I would spend our days at the summer.

Daytona is refered to as the worlds most famous beach, mainly becuase I think you could drive on it. One day we saw this car with Massachusetts plates driving through the 3 inch tide run off becuase they could rooster spray the water way up into the air. Definetly looks cool and fun, but locals know you can't do that in salt water. Well I thought everyone knew that. LOL

A few minutes later the car conked out and was dead as a door nail. As we approached the car the driver popped the hood and the engine was covered in muddy salty beach mud.

Hour later the car got towed. I can only image the car would probably be totalled. I never found out though.

Bill Stanley said...

Another story, my brother asked to use my cell phone as we're traveling down I-95 at in the middle of the night. The car is pitch black with the only light coming form the LCD screen of the phone. When he gets done he goes to put the phone back in the cup holder I usually keep it in excpet this time I had a glass of water in the holder.

Quiet an in the dark we hear - PLOP! My phone never dried out.