Phone psychology... please read.

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by PaulWilks, Oct 7, 2009.

  1. PaulWilks

    PaulWilks Well-Known Member
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    Ok, 2 things I want to mention to see if this affects anyone else.

    1) When you fill your SD card with lots of new music, why does your phone feel heavier??

    2) Do you suffer from hypovibrochondria? Where you think your phone is vibrating in your pocket when it isn't?

    God I hope this isn't just me...
     

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  2. kabbie_mcfeely

    kabbie_mcfeely Well-Known Member
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    Ok, 2 things I want to mention to see if this affects anyone else.

    1) When you fill your SD card with lots of new music, why does your phone feel heavier??


    Over 150 apps on my SDcard and doesnt feel any heavier

    2) Do you suffer from hypovibrochondria? Where you think your phone is vibrating in your pocket when it isn't?

    I have had this issue many times. Its happened from time to time with many different phones.

    God I hope this isn't just me...

    Its partly just you.
     
  3. because it's heavy metal [​IMG]




    what?
     
  4. TattierPub

    TattierPub Well-Known Member
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    1) When you fill your SD card with lots of new music, why does your phone feel heavier??

    I think you might need help on this one.

    2) Do you suffer from hypovibrochondria? Where you think your phone is vibrating in your pocket when it isn't?

    This happens to me all the time, even when the phone isn't on vibrate

    God I hope this isn't just me...

    It's a little bit you
     
  5. simon211175

    simon211175 Active Member
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    1. Mostly I fill mine with old music. It doesn't feel heavier.
    2. I suffer from that more now that I actually use the vibrate function on my phone.
     

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