Phone withdrawal symptoms?

I’ve gotten a few sms-es both last night and this morning. Guess people don’t quite remember I don’t have my phone with me anymore.

Three asked me to bring the portable cd player to school for practice.

Two asked if I was going for practice.

Another one, nah, petty stuff, not worth mentioning.

Grr. I had to sneak the Nokia 3310 out to check for smses. Yes, they gave me back my SIM card, but come to think of it, I should’ve asked for the batteries and memory card from them, too.

  1. I don’t want people messing with my phone.
  2. That memory card could still be used, instead of being left lying idly there.

Looking on the brighter side, at least I know my phone bill for the upcoming month wouldn’t be much. My bill for the past month was double of what it had been all along. That was a shock. I know I’ve been using it a little more than usual lately, but that much? It’s probably because of me having to organize all that stuff, which meant there were a lot of calls to make. Especially the English Literature class we’re about to have. Eeek, sometimes I wished people’d just hurry when on the phone. I wouldn’t give two hoots if they were the ones paying for the call, but if they made ME call THEM, then the least they could do is SPEAK FASTER.

I don’t have an alarm clock. For the past few years, I’ve been relying on the phone’s alarm to wake me up in the morning.

Too bad, guess I’d just have to sleep right through school then.

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