Phone Woes and Sore Throat

Saturday I broke my cellphone. The display went all wonky on it. So yesterday I went to the dealer and he arranged for T-Mobile to send me a new phone under warranty. So all I have to do is send this one back. Well, of course, today the phone is working PERFECTLY. Both displays are just fine. Since Saturday the inner one would blink on and off and the outer one was either inverted (upside down and backwards) or black. Today I see my clock, I see my image, the logos are the right way.. so they’re gonna be like, “uh there’s nothing wrong with this phone besides the teethmarks on it”. Blah. I hear they can charge the cost of the phone if they think you’re trying to cheat the warranty :| DIE PHONE, PLEASE!!!

Oh yeah, lets test the blockquote css. La la la!

In other news I think my bathroom cleaner tried to kill me. I bought this tile spray stuff and omg. It felt like sandpaper in my lungs just being in the bathroom. I had to leave for an hour and couldn’t breathe right half of that time. This morning, my throat is KILLING me. I can’t swallow well and the soft squishy sinus-thing on the top of my mouth is crazy swollen. I’m thoroughly miserable and I want to go back home and sleep.

Tags: bathroom cleaner, cell phone

5 Responses to “Phone Woes and Sore Throat”

  1. soniaiskewl Aug 15, 2006 at 10:06 am #

    gravatarrrrrrrrrr :music:

  2. Katili Aug 15, 2006 at 11:43 am #

    EEEEEEEEEEEE!!! I recognize that :love:

  3. Gaby Aug 15, 2006 at 4:06 pm #

    LOL, I hate when that happens. Actually it happens to me when I go to the doctor, suddenly I start feeling OK after a miserable night.  And the doctor’s like…Where’s your ilness?

    BTW, cool blockquotes.

    XoXo
    Gaby

  4. yoshi Aug 15, 2006 at 4:59 pm #

    Ah, the good old “tv repairman syndrome”. “i swear it wasn’t working when you weren’t here!”

    everything never fails to not fail when you think they should. It’s crazy. did that make sense? well you know what i mean. :p

    yeah sometimes the bathroom cleaners are harsh. Often I usually just get like a box fan and put it at the door and just blow it in the bathroom while i’m cleaning. it really helps. When they warn you of “make sure the bathroom is ventilated” they really need to specify that opening the door does not consitute “ventilated”.

  5. Katili Aug 15, 2006 at 5:16 pm #

    Well, I had the window open too… :p At my grandma’s house, she had a fan thing in the ceiling. That would have been useful to have here.