Amount of texts to »telephone« 29, and there are 23 texts (79.31%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 168 Characters
Average Rating 3.345 points, 0 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 11th 2000, 23:52:33 wrote
daisy about telephone
Latest text on Mar 26th 2008, 20:40:30 wrote
Emma Example about telephone
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Texts to »Telephone«

steve wrote on Apr 17th 2000, 21:14:54 about


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Lots of things have opposites. I don't think »Telephone« is one of them.

Eno H. Pelet

rkcba wrote on Nov 12th 2003, 11:34:10 about


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The telephone is the greatest nuisance among conveniences and the greatest convenience among nuisances.

Tomick II wrote on Apr 25th 2000, 07:48:59 about


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How can you detest Graham Bell for creating telemarketing by indirectly creating the telephone? The telephone is not a crapulent invention, instead, it is perhaps the most influential invention in human history. Think of how, despite appearing insignificant and commonplace, a telephone is important in your everyday communication. Better to have your dinner interupted than to hear too late of some interesting example I am too lazy to contrive. Think people! Think! Argh.

Donnie Pi wrote on Jul 11th 2001, 16:56:29 about


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When I was a kid, the telephone stayed in one place; it did not follow you around the house. I want to know where my appliances are at all times, thank you. I am not ready for that Trilogy of Terror moment.

rkcba wrote on Nov 12th 2003, 11:32:38 about


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Why is it that the wrong number on a telephone is never busy?

boggess wrote on Apr 17th 2000, 17:33:02 about


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i got woken up by a phone call one morning, and it was this guy trying to get me to buy something, or submit my identity for some corporate rapine, or maybe he just had the wrong number. anyway, i hung up on him, and got a call from this girl i wasn't dating at the time who just wanted me to know that she was right outside my door, it was locked, and she wanted to come in and use the phone. i wasn't awake enough to understand wit, so i just got up and let her in. she said she liked my boxers.

efferelle wrote on Nov 12th 2000, 02:51:50 about


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I never really liked talking on the phone. But now I wish I were talking to him on the phone. It would prepare me for in person.

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