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i'm on the train

On the trains these days, books are rarely seen. The rustle of newspaper pages being turned is a distant memory. Now it's all about the mobile phone.

Some people, like the guy on the left, have two mobiles. He was sitting there quite happily, pretending to be two different people, calling himself up, only to find out that he wasn't in. He left a message saying that he would call himself later.

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On Tuesday, 29 November, 2005, Blogger Davecat said:

'Hello, me, how are you?'
'I'm alright, you, how are you?'
'Not too bad, you.'
'Hey, err, you, I've got you on the other line, I'll have to get back to you, me.'
'Okay, you, I'll just ring me later.'
'Cool, catch me later!'

*immediately ceases to exist*  

On Tuesday, 29 November, 2005, Blogger quaisi said:

how very self-indulgent.  

On Thursday, 01 December, 2005, Anonymous John said:

Or was he just transferring the hundreds of names & numbers from one phone to another :-)  

On Sunday, 22 January, 2006, Anonymous NI-Lab. said:

Hi, nice to meet you.

Recently, many persons watch mobile phones in a train.
How do persons in foreign countries?  

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