Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Not Wordless Wednesday

Mom has got "I-phone-eye-tis" real bad. Actually I think the iPhone should be called the ME ME ME phone. 

It says, "ME, ME, ME!  I can take pictures."

It says, "ME, ME, ME!  I can take videos."
It says, "ME, ME, ME!  I can send email."

It says, "ME, ME, ME!  I can surf the internet."
It says, "ME, ME, ME!  I can tell you what time it is."

It says, "ME, ME, ME!  I can tell you what the weather is."
In Australia.
It says, "ME, ME, ME!  I can read you a book."
It says, "ME, ME, ME!  I can send text messages."
It says, "ME, ME, ME!  I can talk to anybody."
It says, "ME, ME, ME!  I can draw you a map."
It says, "ME, ME, ME!  I can post to Blogger."

Ahem.

I bet it's whappable.

Hmm...

I wonder if it can swim.

11 comments:

The Devil Dog said...

I wonder if it is chewable.

Roxy

Just asking.

House of Mystery said...

Swimmable? It would probably say, "Help me, Help me, Help me! I can't swim."

Angel, Kirby and Mac said...

You can put the bitie then it might say you, you , You!

Shaggy, Scooby and Scout said...

She got the bug pretty bad that's for sure!!!!!
Our mom's not too bad with hers but our Dad....he's hooked. We think his might be coated in cocaine.

Mark's Mews said...

We are glad TBT doesnt have one of those things. We would get no attention at all! So, give it a test-dive an let us know (just in case he gets one).

Sparkle said...

When my human gets an iPhone, it will belong to me.

MTVA said...

Whap it, Millie...whap it good!

Prancer Pie said...

Well, I can tell you, it will survive falling from the table! Hahameow! Purrs.

Megan said...

Bury it in the litterbox, Millie! Hide it under the cushions; put it in with the dirty clothes for a washing-machine shuffle experience. Coat it with stinky goodness and lick it to death. There are so many options for an imaginative young pusscat to consider.

Megan
Sydney, Australia

meowmeowmans said...

That stoopid thing is skerry ... just like the flashy box. Run, Millie, run! ;)

Derby, Ducky said...

We don't see the attraction of being attached to phones and such all the time. Mum likes to log off, completely.