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  • QueenYoora
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    I just carry my phone with me most of the time. Since I commute to and from work.

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  • urawa123
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    Always for cellphone since everything is there from communication to entertainment. I always bring my cellphone since I have a lot of things to use my mobile cellphone like copy files from my laptop to cellphone and downloading it from internet cafe because of my studies, listening to music, contacting relatives or love ones, and other stuff. What I really like having my cellphone is I can a lot of this which makes me happy and sometimes when am bored I play games or do crazy stuff of it watching videos sharing games with friends, and etc.

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  • YellowChevy
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    Originally posted by chibicano View Post
    YellowChevy that's quite a nice way to remember your coach Also a nice commitment from his part!
    I have high regards for him as I have respected to all educators and the teaching profession as a noble career.

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  • chibicano
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    YellowChevy that's quite a nice way to remember your coach Also a nice commitment from his part!

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  • YellowChevy
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    I once had a college coach in my physical education (PE) team who always bring and wear a whistle and timer in his neck, that even when he died he wore them and his family never took them off him. A kid of respect for his being a passionate coach to his pupils. I still recall his jolly face and wearing the whistle and timer.

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  • Linzz
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    I will die without my ear phones and music player.

    I also didn't care about smartphones as long as my phone can play mp3, mp4 or wma format. I only started owning a smartphone for the past 3 years. lol

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  • YellowChevy
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    I'm sure you will also, beautiful stories be it on tv or radio was worth an entertainment that people like us enjoy so much.

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  • sybertanne
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    Originally posted by YellowChevy View Post
    Weird it may be. But I can understand her so called desperation to listen to the radio program since I too was hooked on the program that I cannot take my ears from my earphones or listening on it on the radio at home or anywhere. The program was a radio drama series that runs typically for a week on a radio timeslot, that if you miss hearing a segment will get you lost track of the story. Unlike in TVs there can be video replays but on radio, hardly any. Making it a rare occasion really. Maybe if I was in the same situation and I heard it also that my seatmate was also listening to it, I would try to beg of requesting sharing to hear it just miss it.
    I feel you. Replays of radio programs are hard to reach so you must not miss it. If I were in her shoes I would've asked you to share also.

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  • YellowChevy
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    Weird it may be. But I can understand her so called desperation to listen to the radio program since I too was hooked on the program that I cannot take my ears from my earphones or listening on it on the radio at home or anywhere. The program was a radio drama series that runs typically for a week on a radio timeslot, that if you miss hearing a segment will get you lost track of the story. Unlike in TVs there can be video replays but on radio, hardly any. Making it a rare occasion really. Maybe if I was in the same situation and I heard it also that my seatmate was also listening to it, I would try to beg of requesting sharing to hear it just miss it.

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  • sybertanne
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    YellowChevy Wow! That's a great experience! It's nice to share something that you love with a person (even a stranger) who loves it also. I want to experience that someday. But I'm afraid others would think I'm weird.HAHA..

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  • YellowChevy
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    Originally posted by sybertanne View Post
    Phone and Earphones. Actually, I can't go through a day without my earphones. There was this one time when I forgot my earphones at home and I'm about to have a 1 and a half hour bus ride to work and I was totally bummed out that I bought one on the way. And then I was happy.
    hahaha...I have a somewhat similar experience recently, when a seatmate in a bus, ask me if she could share along an earpiece of my earphone. She said she overheard I was listening to a radio program which she said was also her fave. We shared my earphones along the bus ride. And when I'm about to alight the bus, she just give me back my earpiece, thank me and bid me goodbye. Though a bit inconvenient, I don't mind. What's important was that I've somehow found a friend from a complete stranger because of my earphones. I don't mind sharing, if its not really so bothersome. A least I've help brighten her day listening to her fave radio station through my gadget. I'm willing to share again should we cross path again. I find it a happy experience too.

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  • sybertanne
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    Phone and Earphones. Actually, I can't go through a day without my earphones. There was this one time when I forgot my earphones at home and I'm about to have a 1 and a half hour bus ride to work and I was totally bummed out that I bought one on the way. And then I was happy.

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  • KayDoubleU
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    Hauling around my laptop is a bit tedious on a day to day basis but I still have projects and blogs to work on so my phone and tablet are usually with me 24/7.

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  • What personal gadgets do you always bring or wear?

    Aside from my handphone and laptop was my unbeatable duo, I always carry most of the time especially going out to work or appointment.
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