June 29, 2009 4:22pm CST
Just last week I went to my great nieces 1st birthday party. And, I was having a very nice time. Then, the mother of the girl. My nephew's mother-in-law wanted me to take some picture's with her phone for her. So, I said I can do it with my phone and Blue tooth them to yours. She was alright with it. So, here I am taking pic's and sending them to her phone. No problem there. She says I have picture's from when the baby was first born. I said alright and she said I could just go through her picture's on her phone and pick out the one's I want. I did! Bad idea! She had in between the picture's of the baby was a picture of her husband other region. Let's just say he is long and skinny like a pencil and he was circumcised. You would think she would have told me to look out or maybe put that in a separate folder. Maybe, not even put it on her phone at all because her daughter's use her phone all the time... What do you think about people who put personal picture's on their phone's and give you know warning? What do you think about people who would let their kids and their friends (All under age) use that phone knowing the picture is on there for them to see? I think she needs to learn not to put her private business on the same page as baby photo's. What do you think? And, has this ever happen to you? Ever see something or someone that you did not want to see in a cellphone or anywhere else for that matter? **Peace and Love get's you through everything in Life**
• United States
30 Jun 09
wow how embarrassing. well I can relate a while ago before I met my husband the guys I was dating lived in Atlanta, and I in Los Angeles. well being single no kids and living alone I had pictures of his special friend in my phone. I tried to create a different folder but it I didn't know how so for some time I had it in there (bad idea) I went to a gathering and wanted to take a picture with an older relative and had one of the girls take the photo. I couldn't even pose right because right after i gave her my phone I remembered the pics were in there.... why did I do that! the good thing is I don't think she saw it, she just took the pics so after that I erased and never put pictures of that content in there again. She should erase her pics also because she has her daughter using her phone, yet on the other hand its her phone her husband and she has the right, but she should be very cautious as to who she lets use her phone
30 Jun 09
well firstly i don't scan through my friend's phone even if he/she gives me permission to - i'm kinda not too open minded in it :P However, that is too bad an incident - the worst thing is that you can't even tell your friend about it :S. But i do agree that we should all limit the usage of personal photos in cell phones coz you never know who may be handling your phone without you being aware of it! And especially with young kids and teens around it is not a very positive or healthy environment to have such pictures (especially when your friend share her phone iwth her kid(s)) - it is better to be careful with this generation kids as they have too much of knowledge on unnecessary subjects for their age :)
• United States
30 Jun 09
Oh my word! Did she forget she did that? I am responding through my e-mail, so I can't see if someone has already asked that question. And boy if her husband found out I bet he would be blushing from head to...well, ya know. I would never take that kind of picture, husband or not.
29 Jun 09
that is really disgusting. i have experienced something like that too and you kind of look at the person in a different way. she should have put it in a separate folder. i wonder what her kids are thinking about that... there was this incident a long time ago, where this woman here had her cellphnone fixed by a technician and in there some very private pics and videos of her and her bf, and you know what happened, the technician had shown to others the pics and it circulated because others began copying those. its really not wise to have those private pics and cellphones kept.