-->I'll keep that in mind when my son gets older. Of course, I'd be lost without my crackberry all day too. http://thaxtonfam.blogspot.com
if you leave it on, they will be able to hear it ring every time they call.(start evil laugh)
Oh honey, there has to be a better way. I don't think I could live w/o that damn crackberry all day.
Hahaha!!! Dani goes ballistic if she can't get ahold of me!
Whatever did we do when we couldn't call someone at the drop of a pin!
That happened to me by mistake once, the cord fell out of the wall...I have to say it was nice!Peace - Rene
That's pretty clever, my daughter is 11 so I'm going to file this away for the future :).
You are way smarter than I could ever imagine. I'm totally saving this for a really good payback day.
What a brilliant way of getting yourself some peace and quiet while annoying them at the same time.
You go Girl!DiThe Blue Ridge Gal
Yes. Remember back when we where young, and if your parents were "out" they were "out of touch" as well? And you had to make decissions by yourself.Or (*GASP*) PLAN AHEAD!I didn't get a cell phone until about a year and a half ago. People started asking if I was "Amish."
Love it and except my 15year old would pay me back by leaving her phone off, while I'm trying to get ahold of her. But I like the way you think...pissing off teens is just plain fun!
My mom did that to us once...then she said now you know how I feel, lol
"Mmmmmmooooom, where are you youuuuuu?!" No wonder I couldn't get hold of you, dammit! Jeez, mom..."Oh, wait, you're my OTHER mom...and you were off duty, so that's cool :)Whew.
Decided to cruise over from Smart Mouth Broad's blog... funny stuff here. :-D My kids aren't at home anymore, but I manage to piss everyone off because I DO forget my phone at home. All. The. Time.My DIL is a 2nd grade teacher, so we hear the funny stories all the time, and we love 'em. Some are almost unbelievable, but I guess when you're talking about 2nd graders, anything's possible!I'll have to point her to your blog, I'm sure she'll be able to identify! ;)
HAHAHAHAHA! That cracks me up. Of course, when my husband does the same thing I want to murder him. But it's funny when it's your kids.
Damn right VM. Nicely done.
I've done that to my teenagers too & they HATE it! & the messages start coming through in capital letters, but like they will say to me 'too bad too sad'
LOL I bet that would work for Husband's too!
I was scrolling through the blogs I read and saw your tag line about ways to piss off your teens (hear brakes squealing).I'm always looking for new and innovative means of revenge on my torturing teen spawn...
Yeah? What about me?:(
might work for you, vm... what i did: took away THEIR phones, for 2 days :O lol
now THAT, my friend, is a GREAT idea! smiles, beei don't think it will work with my daughter though, she's 43. ps
You are SO right! One day, by accident and brain overload, I accidently left my cell phone at home when I went to work. I wondered why my purse felt so heavy. When I got to work I discovered I had the "house phone" in my purse. It was pure bliss!
Yessss! Strike, strike, strike!! Alert the Local 102.
I still hate when my mom does that.
BRILLIANT! You can also "accidentally" lose their phones. That's fun too!
Braja, you sound lonely, and like you're in a big empty room by yourself. Did anyone else notice the echo?
And I'm dying to know why you called me a liar on my blog? What do you think I was lying about?
My parents did that because there were no answering machines or cell phones back then. I think we were better off that way.
I love leaving my phone at home. Especially when i go to the beach...
Hilarious...I still get mad when my mom doesn't have hers with her. How can I add to her grocery list if it is in the car..dangitI miss seeing Lilly Tomlin doing this skit.
Hey, I know this tale from a different perspective. Some gal pals and I were having lunch at El Torito Mexican restaurant and one of them got a call from her daughter that lasted through much of the lunch. She spoke loud enough to interrupt the conversation among the others and she took other calls when her daughter (calling about wedding plans) hung up. ~Lorna
THAT IS AWESOME!!!!!!
A woman I work with had 5 missed calls on her cell phone in just one afternoon. She panicked and called her teenage son to see what was so urgent. "I'm hungry. When are you coming home"? To him that WAS important but so many missed calls from a teenager was certain to be something urgent. When she recovered from this she was angry. I told her to tell him about the "little boy that cried wolf".
"Hello? Is the party to whom I am speaking?"WTH? I miss one day and you've posted 10 times. Is school out already?
Evil genius, you are!
It would make a change in this house from them being the ones who leave their phones on the table - dead as a do-do.
Oh my ... I bet they were going insane-o!!! Veddy ebil of you to be out of touch! he he heblessings!
That'll teach 'em!
It's crazy how they expect your phone to be an appendage. Have they never heard of the generation gap?!
How did you survive? You must have a back-up phone that no one else knows about...right?
he he he
Hehehehe. I've done this before; it really pisses off the spouse, too.
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