Ten on Tuesday – It’s going to be HOT edition

1. What type of phone do you have? Do you like it?
I have a Blackberry.  I used to like it, but now it doesn’t keep a charge and I feel like the screen is too small and it freezes all the time.  LAME.

2. How old were you when you got your first cell phone?
I was 18, I think.  I was a sophomore in college.

3. How many cell phones have you owned since your first?
Quite a few – at least 4.  I usually get a new one every 2 years or so.

4. How much is your average monthly phone bill?
I’m on my parents plan – I think it’s $55 a month.  I could be wrong though.

5. When you were a kid/teenager, were you allowed to have a phone in your room?
I was not.  We had portable phones, so I could talk on the phone in my room.

6. Do you like talking on the phone or do you despise it? Or somewhere in-between?
It depends on who I’m calling.  If it’s someone I call a lot, I don’t mind.  If it’s a stranger, I don’t like it.

7. Do you text a lot? Is texting/talking while driving illegal where you live? Are you guilty of it anyway?
I text just about every day, because sometimes I don’t really want to get on the phone and tell someone something – I just want to text them randomly.  Texting and driving is illegal in Connecticut, as is talking on your phone without a hands-free thingy.

I text when I’m stopped at lights, or I hand the phone to someone else and have them text for me.

8. What sort of texting keyboard does your phone have? Touch screen, slide out, or something different? Do you care?
I have a keyboard and I love it because I can text so much faster now.

9. Look at the last call in your call log – who is it? What were they calling about? Who calls you the most?
It was my mom.  She calls me the most because she has a high “need to know” level.

10. What is the longest phone call you can recall having?
I’m sure it was with Pam about something ridiculous.  That’s how we roll.


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