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Re: A SHOCKING Experience


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Posted by Newgen on April 02, 2004 at 15:50:38 from (209.109.232.86):

In Reply to: A SHOCKING Experience posted by KellyGa on April 02, 2004 at 15:10:00:

Ha1 The joke was on you huh!!
Reminds me of when I got my first cell phone with the vibrating ring tone. The first time it rang I was running a tractor without a cab, so there was a lot of noise. The first thing I knew I felt a tingling feeling in my chest. I thought: OH MY GOSH!!!! I'M HAVING A STROKE!!!! I then thought--I'LL JUST USE MY CELL PHONE TO CALL 911!!!! I grabbed the phone and thought OH MY GOSH!!!! THE TINGLING HAS SPREAD ALL THE WAY DOWN TO MY HAND!!!!
{Ok, I'll just fess up right now, the part about the phone vibrating and alarming me at first is true, the rest is pure fiction. When I read the story I thought it looked like it could use a little enhancement!}
Newgen, the wannabe story teller


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