Stupid Things to Try on Your Cell Phone!

January 3, 2010 9:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts

The cellular phone is a must in this very fast paced world.  It’s a gadget that you can’t leave home without most specially if you want to stay connected.  Nowadays it seems that the cellphone is no longer just for sending text messaging and calling.  You can do so much, like play games, use it as your diary, take down notes with, use it as your to do notebook and take pictures of you and your friends.

But found a video and it seems that there are some silly stuff you can still try on your mobile device according to Sam of VideoJug.

  1. Step 1: Open your car

    There is some dispute over how and when this works. It certainly depends on you having the right locking system on your car, and even the type of mobile you have, so give it a whirl and see if it works for you

    If you somehow lock your cars key fob in the car, phone someone at home who has the spare. Bare in mind it must be a mobile to mobile call. Get them to press the open button whilst pointing the fob down the phone. Meanwhile, hold your phone about a foot from the car. With a bit of luck it will open.

  2. Step 2: Check for a faulty microwave

    Put a mobile inside your microwave and give it a ring. The oven is designed to keep microwaves in, so if it rings, you may well be leaking waves all over the place, and should get it checked. There is a small gap for waves to escape, but it should at least dramatically limit the signal.

  3. Step 3: Mobile phone throwing

    Start training for the mobile phone throwing world championships in Sweden. This started in 2000, and marks are awarded for distance and creative choreography. 95.53m is the unofficial world record, thrown in England in 2007. The minimum weight is 220 grams, so don’t try and throw one lighter than this, as that would just be silly.

You don’t believe me? lol then check out the video below.


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Stupid Things To Try With Your Phone

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