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My clairvoyant left thigh

 
Nanhesru Ningyake
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I think my left thigh is clairvoyant

Let me explain. I carry my cellphone in my left trouser pocket, usually in a vibrate-only mode. So whenever a call comes in, I rely on my left thigh to sense the vibration and alert me. The buzzing creates a nice tingly sensation.

A few times in the last couple days, however, I noticed that the tingly sensation in my thigh preceeded a real call by around 10 to 20 seconds. It's like my thigh feels this rumble, and I'd say to myself - oh I'm getting a call - and take the phone out. Soon, lo and behold, my cellphone starts ringing

Dudes, I am so stoked. This is like, so cool (high-five).
 
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Just an aside : I always wake up 2 minutes ahead of the time i set on my alarm clock (i hate waking up with a start when the alarm goes off) and i've set it at different times on different days.
 
basha khan
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Nanhesru: ThighMania.
soumya : AlarmMania.

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Ashok Mash
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Wait till your thigh starts glowing green in dark!
 
Sahir Shah
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Good thing you don't carry your cell phone in the back pocket.
[ August 09, 2004: Message edited by: Sahir Shah ]
 
Dmitry Melnik
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Your skin/muscles might start sensing the microwaves that your phone is emitting, while it is opening a connection for an incoming call. No kidding.
 
Richard Hawkes
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Originally posted by Dmitry Melnik:
Your skin/muscles might start sensing the microwaves that your phone is emitting, while it is opening a connection for an incoming call.

...coupled with a strange smell of cooked pork...

I've actually stopped carrying my mobile phone in my shirt breast pocket because I used to get mild aches around my left nipple area. It took me a long time to associate the phone with the aches but since I moved it, no more aches. Now I keep it in my bag and NEVER in my trouser pocket. Hmm...
 
Ashok Mash
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...NEVER in my trouser pocket.


Yup, never in your trouser pocket either.

Because!
 
Arjun Shastry
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Thanks .What is then the ideal location of placeing mobile?
 
Sonny Gill
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Originally posted by Dmitry Melnik:
Your skin/muscles might start sensing the microwaves that your phone is emitting, while it is opening a connection for an incoming call. No kidding.


Exactly what I though. try carrying your phone in your right pocket..and then see if your left thigh still has its supernatural powers!
 
basha khan
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Originally posted by Richard Hawkes:

...coupled with a strange smell of cooked pork...

[/QB]


Wonderfull!.

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Dmitry Melnik
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I've actually stopped carrying my mobile phone in my shirt breast pocket because I used to get mild aches around my left nipple area.

Hmm... Does not it sound sexy? Might be a good idea for a high-tech sex toy Or next generation phone-sex?

It took me a long time to associate the phone with the aches but since I moved it, no more aches. Now I keep it in my bag and NEVER in my trouser pocket. Hmm...

Oh, man... Does it make you this hot?
 
Richard Hawkes
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Originally posted by Dmitry Melnik:
Hmm... Does not it sound sexy? Might be a good idea for a high-tech sex toy Or next generation phone-sex? - Not really. I just worried alot, then went for a checkup at the doctor. Of course with vibrators and bigger colour screens there are other possibilites...

Oh, man... Does it make you this hot? - Its hard to get excited with an image of boil-in-the-bag testicles in my head
 
Dmitry Melnik
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Its hard to get excited with an image...

Oh, you must have gotten a very powerful battery in your phone, if this threat looked so real to you I need one of those to jump start my truck. Where did you get yours?
 
Nanhesru Ningyake
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All this publicity has caused my recalcitrant thigh to stop augering calls. Humph - let's classify this incident under Coincidences as 'The Case of the Clairvoyant Thigh', and close it, shall we?
 
R K Singh
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Originally posted by Nanhesru Ningyake:
All this publicity has caused my recalcitrant thigh to stop augering calls. Humph - let's classify this incident under Coincidences as 'The Case of the Clairvoyant Thigh', and close it, shall we?


Now when you have accepted that its a coincidence, I have a different problem. I get 'same' sensation in my thigh, even when I am not carrying my mobile.
 
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