Wednesday, April 08, 2009

A Sordid Tale

by Jenni

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the King's horses and all the King's men, couldn't put Humpty together again.

(And also, I'm pretty sure that the brown sludge at the top of the keyboard half of the phone is old makeup. Gross huh?)

So the Queen went to the store and bought another one.

And she loved it so much, she signed up for unlimited texting and web. When the King heard that this would more than double their current cell phone bill, he began to feel a little faint.
And when she heard that all of her phone numbers in the old phone were saved to the phone and not the SIM card and therefore could not be transfered to the new royal phone, it was the Queen's turn to feel somewhat lightheaded.
But the Queen still held out hope that when she takes the King to get his royal upgrade tonight, he will fall for the unlimited texting and web services. And they will all live happily ever after texting and searching the world wide web as much as they want.

7 comments:

The Binkley Family said...

I can honestly say that once you get used to it, it is hard to go back.

The Pittman Family said...

I love it when I get a new phone!

Misty said...

yay!!!! i love it! New phones are awesome and texting and web are vital.

kimberly t. bowling said...

Good for the "Queen". Hope the King fell for the phone plan and that all is well in the palace. Looking into to upgrading myself....but I do want that i-phone...I just don't think I can work the darn thing. :)

Laci said...

hahaha, great story!
how did it break?

The Pittman Family said...

We'll be at your church on Sunday! Look for us so you can get some hugs & kisses from Kate.

Dylan said...

Ouch, sorry to hear the cell bill doubled with the unlimited features. Having effectively dealt with my own $230 monthly Verizon bill recently, I've found some online tools for lowering my bill that I thought you might want to check out; for example, one great new cell bill savings blog called http://fixmycellbill.blogspot.com/ constantly tracks new ways to cut wireless costs and exposes shady billing practices utilized by the cell phone companies. There's also an online company called Validas at http://www.myvalidas.com that cuts the average consumer's cell bill by 22% annually.

Good luck with keeping the cell charges down.

Dylan