Dear readers, my iPhone died recently and I sent out an “email” to some of my friends so I could inform them about this unfortunate incident. I’ve decided to share this with y’all -
Beloved Whatsapp Friends,
I wanted to let you know that my iPhone died today (R.I.P) and if you’ve been messaging me on Whatsapp – I’m not ignoring you, it’s just that my spare phone is from the 13th century and does not have Whatsapp/Instagram/Email/Facebook/Google Maps..it has nothing!! Please use other means to communicate with me for the time being.
You must now allow me to mourn in peace.
The following is a conversation between me and Northie on EMAIL, the ancient communication form…not Whatsapp…
Northie: THIS IS TRAGIC, my sympathies friend. Don’t worry igloo plans will be postponed till you are iPhoney Southie.
Southie: Thank you for your concern friend! It is beyond tragic…beyond tragic! Don’t know how to work the alarm on the 13th century phone.
I’m going to write about my experience without a smartphone on the blog…think it will help me in the grieving process.
Long live email!
Keep me posted about what’s going on in the modern world ok!!
Northie: Yes yes, life sans smart phone. Gasp. Gulp. Give up.
Blog away, it is the only way I think. Maybe Faru can make a movie about that then. “When my smart phone died…” Email ki jai ho.
A few days later…..
Southie: Life is tough without autocorrect man
Northie: I know right – much as autocorrect gets annoying, its a life saver too. Or effort saver.
Please excuse me now, I must go bang my head on a wall or find something else to do…….because I can’t remember what my life was like before smartphones! Now I know what life was like for the Flinstones!