would you leave your phone for a day?

@winieann (234)
Philippines
January 7, 2009 10:13am CST
ring.. ring.. ring... is impossible to leave our phone if your the manager of a big time business, a big NO! and don't even think about leaving it to your secretary cuz shes on vacation. for a day would you leave your phone at home and enjoy the rest of your day with you family? would the president do that? a day without your phone? a texter fanatic would you leave your phone?
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6 responses
@May2k8 (10383)
• Indonesia
8 Jan 09
yesterday my phone is ringing ... ring.......ring.........ring....., a big NO about leaving my phone for a day. My phone is important for me, last year my battery not charging and i buy new battery for my phone. [i]Thank you for asking us Happy MyLoting[/i]
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@winieann (234)
• Philippines
9 Jan 09
ring.. ring.. ring.. haha thanks for the reply may. hehe happy lotting to you too and to all!
• Malaysia
7 Jan 09
I used to be those people who cannot be without a phone. I needed the phone because my colleagues and clients will call my phone regardless of the time... But now, I'm in a different job and I actually left my phone a few times at home before.. And I'm still here.. I won't die without my phone.. And yes, I have left my phone deliberately when I go out as well.. :) So yes, I would be able leave my phone at home for a day and go out.. interesting topic.. Thanks!! Happy New Year!
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@winieann (234)
• Philippines
8 Jan 09
Happy new year toy you too! cheers my to experiencing freedom from cellphones friend!
• Indonesia
7 Jan 09
NOO ! leave my phone for a day is a big no. my phone is my privacy. so if i leave my phone, and someone open it, they make trouble with me *lol
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@winieann (234)
• Philippines
8 Jan 09
hahaha then put inside a box and under your bed and make sure it is well sealed -lol-
@insulin (2480)
• Philippines
7 Jan 09
Well for me,Its a big No.Lol I cannot leave my phone because there are lots of important calls for me and most of the calls are really really important i mean every minute and hour,my producer is calling me and yeah its just killing me...Lol..
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@winieann (234)
• Philippines
7 Jan 09
haha i get the message, the key word there was "the producer" in that kinda world you can be fired for leaving your cellphone home and play with your kitty. like every minute counts information should be properly dispatched. i was one an assistant set decorator and one time i left my phone in the office and i was at the other building prepping for the next scene. back to the headquarters i didnt know that everybody was looking for me, i was so embarrassed that i wanted to lock my self in the pantry. good thing our PD was nice. ^_^
@machatago (385)
• Philippines
8 May 09
I think nowadays, nobody would ever leave their phone at home. When cellphones are just starting out like year 2000, I sometimes just leave my phone at home but now? It is a big NO NO, because every time someone tries to contact you, you have to have your cellphone, or if there is a big emergency, you have to have your cellphone. You can't leave the house without your phone, it is a fact that cannot be taken away.
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@lellyp (245)
• Indonesia
13 Jan 09
NO, cos maybe suddenly i need make a call or emergency situation.
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