The tiniest Cellphone

Please read this post as a continuation of this one. So I was on the lookout for options,as junior needed a small thrifty device on his daily sojourns to the football field. Being in contact with him gives me that peace of mind, considering today’s not so comatose environments. Since all cellular operators in Pakistan backed out on the kids watch, this tiniest cellphone, a keypad operated Lilliputian contraption caught my eye in the small cellphone shop. A Nokia was deftly dumped and the petite thing was bought instinctively for Rs 2000! Holy smoke!

So far it has worked well. Fits in one’s palm, has dual SIM option, a small camera, MP3/MP4, 3.5 mm Audio jacks, Bluetooth dialing capability! A single charge lasts three days at least. It has left me deeply impressed. Forget the looks and clunky ringtones, this thing works. And I am seriously considering getting one for myself as a backup phone. Any parents out there who want connectivity with their kids, please consider getting something like this. Lacks the Shebang but works well. Cheers.

 

A selection of good Jokes

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Thanks to SMS packages in Pakistan, I get a dozen or at times more jokes daily. I have shortlisted a few for sharing with my friends. Hope you enjoy them!

Smith goes to see his supervisor in the front office.

“Boss” he says, “we are doing some heavy house-cleaning at home tomorrow and my wife needs me to help with the attic and the garage, moving and hauling stuff.”

“We are short-handed, Smith” the boss replies. “I can’t give you the day off.”

“Thanks Boss” says Smith, “I knew I could count on you!”

While making the payment a woman searched her wallet. The cashier noticed a TV remote control in her purse “Do you always carry your TV remote?” cashier asked “No” she said “But my husband refused to come shopping with me so I figured this was the worst thing I could do to him”

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