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How to find lost phone?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by [FnG]magnolia, Oct 14, 2013.

  1. [FnG]magnolia


    Joined: Aug 29, 2007

    Posts: 24,167

    Location: Auckland

    Hello internet users.

    If my wife lost her work phone - some Blackberry thing - is there a clever way to find out where it might be? It's ringing out when we call it, she just doesn't know where she left it.

    Anything to be done? Thanks in advance.
  2. Milkybk


    Joined: Mar 16, 2010

    Posts: 5,633

    Location: Sheffield

    This is without a doubt the most normal thread you've ever started.

    Well, if you do actually have a wife. Otherwise it's relatively normal.
  3. arknor


    Joined: Nov 22, 2005

    Posts: 34,603

    Location: Newcastle/Zurich

    One would habitually endeavour to retrace ones gait.
  4. davido_labido


    Joined: Sep 17, 2012

    Posts: 4,082

    Location: Stoke / Nottingham

    Urm.... Surely you keep tabs on your wife at all times using the gps that's built into the phone? So you can just use that to find it?

    If not put the real magnolia back on, imposter.
  5. Unicorn


    Joined: Dec 24, 2011

    Posts: 4,356

    Magnolia.. Something is wrong with this thread and i don't believe im drunk :')
  6. arknor


    Joined: Nov 22, 2005

    Posts: 34,603

    Location: Newcastle/Zurich

    The phone is a fabrication of his rampant imagination ;)
  7. Sliver


    Joined: Dec 27, 2011

    Posts: 10,326

    Location: Darlington

    If you had installed the Lookout app, you could have traced the phones location.


    But I guess you didn't, so that's a bummer. :rolleyes:
  8. Maccapacca


    Joined: Apr 13, 2010

    Posts: 15,269

    Location: Sunny Sussex

    Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water
    Jack fell down and broke his crown
    And Jill came tumbling after.
    Up got Jack, and home did trot As fast as he could caper
    He went to bed and bound his head
    With vinegar and brown paper

    The imagery of Humpty Dumpty
    Humpty Dumpty was a colloquial term used in fifteenth century England describing someone who was obese. This has given rise to various, but inaccurate, theories surrounding the identity of Humpty Dumpty. The image of Humpty Dumpty was made famous by the illustrations included in the 'Alice through the looking glass' novel by Lewis Carroll. However, Humpty Dumpty was not a person pilloried in the famous rhyme!

    The History and Origins of the Rhyme
    Humpty Dumpty was in fact believed to be a large cannon! It was used during the English Civil War (1642 - 1649) in the Siege of Colchester (13 Jun 1648 - 27 Aug 1648). Colchester was strongly fortified by the Royalists and was laid to siege by the Parliamentarians (Roundheads). In 1648 the town of Colchester was a walled town with a castle and several churches and was protected by the city wall. Standing immediately adjacent the city wall, was St Mary's Church. A huge cannon, colloquially called Humpty Dumpty, was strategically placed on the wall next to St Mary's Church. The historical events detailing the siege of Colchester are well documented - references to the cannon (Humpty Dumpty) are as follows:

    June 15th 1648 - St Mary's Church is fortified and a large cannon is placed on the roof which was fired by ‘One-Eyed Jack Thompson'

    July 14th / July 15th 1648 - The Royalist fort within the walls at St Mary's church is blown to pieces and their main cannon battery ( Humpty Dumpty) is destroyed.

    August 28th 1648 - The Royalists lay down their arms, open the gates of Colchester and surrender to the Parliamentarians

    A shot from a Parliamentary cannon succeeded in damaging the wall beneath Humpty Dumpty which caused the cannon to tumble to the ground. The Royalists, or Cavaliers, 'all the King's men' attempted to raise Humpty Dumpty on to another part of the wall. However, because the cannon , or Humpty Dumpty, was so heavy ' All the King's horses and all the King's men couldn't put Humpty together again!' This had a drastic consequence for the Royalists as the strategically important town of Colchester fell to the Parliamentarians after a siege lasting eleven weeks. Earliest traceable publication 1810.
  9. Malevolence


    Joined: Oct 21, 2011

    Posts: 8,319

    She re-traces her footsteps, you ring the phone.
  10. Gogl

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Apr 15, 2008

    Posts: 1,228

    This story reminds me of the boy who cried Magnolly plz.
  11. Kouba


    Joined: Jun 25, 2010

    Posts: 910

    Finding a lost phone? I would watch that movie...

  12. Narj


    Joined: Feb 19, 2010

    Posts: 10,714

    Location: London

    Have you looked in the ASDA car park?
  13. Tom0


    Joined: Aug 29, 2003

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    Location: South Wales

    It should be in the kitchen somewhere.
  14. Saundie


    Joined: Oct 9, 2008

    Posts: 2,919

    Location: London, England

    Yes, divorce her.
  15. bledd


    Joined: Oct 21, 2002

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    Location: Parts Unknown

    Was going to use this :(
  16. Cosimo

    Man of Honour

    Joined: Jan 9, 2007

    Posts: 163,196

    Location: Londinium

    She's recycled it.
  17. bitslice


    Joined: May 18, 2006

    Posts: 9,042

    Have you asked Skippy the Bush Kangeroo yet?
  18. HecFam


    Joined: Nov 18, 2011

    Posts: 4,055

    Location: London

    Check in a bush, that's where most blackberries are. HAHAHAH im so bloody funny.
  19. d_brennen


    Joined: Jan 30, 2009

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    Location: Aquilonem Londinensi

    You let a woman earn money AND posses a telephone? Please tell me you have a better handle on your other wives :rolleyes:
  20. MooMoo444


    Joined: Jul 4, 2008

    Posts: 23,451

    Location: (''\(';.;')/'')

    Maybe it's on vibrate, that's why you can't hear it...and she's keeping it in her bush...*ahem*.

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