One-Liner Wednesday — Eating my words.

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Back in September of last year when the new iPhone 6 hit the streets and city sidewalks and stores were overrun with consumers in full orgasm, I said something to this effect on my Facebook page:

“If I evvvvvv-var wait in line like that to buy some new phone, I give y’all full permission to throw my ass into the nearest psych ward for such a time as you all see fit.”

The fact that I’m a Samsung person had absolutely nothing to do with it. Doesn’t matter what make or model, our lives are waaaaaay too short to waste precious time doing stuff like that.

Well…

*sigh*

I’ve just seen the limited edition Iron Man Galaxy 6 Edge that was made available only in China back in May and sold completely out. And… I would have pitched a tent on a sidewalk in the Himalayas for the chance to have one.

I’m so ashamed. 

 

icon-reminderREAD: Linda G. Hill, One-Liner Wednesday — Just one?

6 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday — Eating my words.”

  1. 🙂 I am neither a big fan of Apple products (and having an outdated iPad doesn’t count) nor a big fan of waiting in the queue to get something. I got switched to Moto G recently but until then I was a big Samsung fan too.

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      1. I switched to it because I wanted a change.. It’s good and since its Android pretty much the same feature every where. But I do like the moto assist feature a lot and their migration tool too. Battery life is almost the same as Samsung.

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