Day 23: Dialoguing with my phone #SOL2021 #SOLSC

I always wanted to write what my phone is ordering me to write. It turned out my phone is full of my own texting BS. A soup of words taken out of context.

I didn’t change any of the words given. Only put some punctuation and separated them in paragraphs to make it more palatable, or less painful to read. Here we go:

—The devil has been with me and I told him my number is the same as last year. The fact that I can see that could have been a little late but I’ll have to check that dad is going to ask him to do the best.

—Do we need anything else from the post office? You look at least a week or two of us and the arrival of the following statements is not working properly.

—Probably because you cook a steak on the grill and the mail with flags for the heads even if it’s not too much longer than expected.

—I have to go to Walmart for the last two weeks to get a new year on Earth. 

—Exercise triggered by the numbers on the right side of my face and the other one is the same as last time.

—I sweat so much for a wonderful birthday.

— Amy is the same as a gramma in Instagram or Facebook and the arrival of ppl in the middle of the night but now I’m sitting here waiting at least a week or more like a huracan.

—The last time you were born in the middle of the day off at the house refinanced my way home from work to get done with my friend Julieta who died of cancer.

—Did you get the picture?

—I’m glad you made me laugh from Yahoo email to the abyssopelagic zone.

—Myself and I told her please call the sheriff department and the other one, the boss of the following: it is not a characteristic of a groomed off the beaten track of my life is the best gadget and most beautiful part of the world while we wait for the results of the test.

—I can see your shadow when you get the chance to look at least a little reluctant to be there for a few minutes,  then we will go to the bank to get the picture of the bridge that goes to your buddies and then we can do anything for the last time.

—Just let us know what you mean about it because I wanted to ride with my Valentine.

—The same time as the other side of the road where you are at the beginning of my life is good too.

—For the last time I didn’t realize that you were born in the middle of my chest.

—Thanks again but I don’t know what you mean by the numbers for the last one with a deadline.

—Are you feeling lonely?

—And then you can see the best answer from the choices provided the same thing has been with me.

—I have heard from him since he was so tempted to stop by yesterday and got caught in my car where I was going to ask him to do it all over again for writing it up.

—And then you are awesome and red and white bird with black head of something that I could use it for a bit traumatic experience with the winter wind and fire

—The last two of them applied for the smiley faces of my favorites ppl in reddit.

—Do you have a preference for a walk with Buck?

—First session with the kids can find a safe place for the last time.

—I’m glad that I was just curious.

— If I wanted to go for the last one without somebody else from the store…

—And then I will be more efficient to be a better person.

The end

Thank you for your patience and have the stomach to keep reading it until the end! 😂

I wrote the dialogue from my phone in a WhatsApp message to myself. Proof that I didn’t make it up. My phone did 😉

I wrote the dialogue from my phone in a WhatsApp message to myself. Proof that I didn’t make it up. My phone did 😉

11 thoughts on “Day 23: Dialoguing with my phone #SOL2021 #SOLSC

  1. I’m laughing over this, and just love the evidence you included so people would believe you! One of my favorites was “I have to go to Walmart for the last two weeks to get a new year on Earth.” I mean, Walmart has everything, right?!

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    1. Hahaha. The worst part is that I don’t like Walmart but the last couple of weeks I was forced to go there. I live in a small town and Walmart was on my way home. Probably I texted my husband about it. Or my phone heard me talking to my husband 😱

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  2. So much variety! I love the screenshot proof at the end. This line, “and then we can do anything for the last time” seems like a profound line out of a movie.

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  3. Love this – especially that you included the proof. I could see MS and HS students loving this assignment. I don’t have that app …. maybe I need to get it! I think this one has layers of meaning: The same time as the other side of the road where you are at the beginning of my life is good too.

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    1. I don’t think the app it’s needed. I use the app to communicate with friends and family oversees and I find it friendlier than pure texting, especially group texting. I invited my husband to join a group and then I asked him to leave the group. Left alone I can still send messages to “the group “ that it’s just me. I use it a lot to remember things or links or when I want to send a long message to someone but I need to rehearse first. Maybe your students can send their phone monologue to a friend and then cut and paste it and put it on a word document or another writing app.

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  4. I tried to vent over the phone once after a meeting – talking while I drove, hoping the phone would capture my thoughts – I was so hot under the collar and needed to just vent! – but the garbled stuff the phone recorded was such a mess I had no idea what I had been trying to say. Maybe just as well – calmed me down!!

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