Wednesday, May 17, 2006

SMS bank

Aircel people have now introduced this new thingy called SMS bank, where on "nominal charges" they would store messages for you and u can get them back anytime.

This thing triggered me to actually find out what are the messages on my phone presently.

10 messages from unstored numbers. These are basically there coz if at all i have to contact them, the number is needed, but then, they arent all that important that i should store the numbers.

1 message from Samsung people offering free upgrade to SGH-X200 if i play an win a game on their site.

3 messages from a friend about how he crossed the road and he did not do it the chicken way.

1 rather nice wake-up message which reads "This SMS was born in an attempt to shove your fat $%@ off the bed and pull thou back into the depressing world of reality. May the gods be with it in this quest for eternal glory. PS: reply if u are actually awake."

1 tamil message wishing happy new year

2 messages in "hindi" fonts which dont make sense

15 messages of a conversation with a good friend on his claims that he needs to be treated on a particular thing, while i dint wanna yield to him. 1,2 I did succeed in not treating him. This conversation is waiting to see light as a separate blogpost for months now.

1 message containing 10 rules to be followed by people during the start of a semester.

1 message containing some ayurvedic medical center to get back pain cured.

1 message containing a spoof of a popular deepavali ad which came up for sarees. just that his one had undergarments substituted instead of saree.

1 message with a piece of poetry from a friend which goes as:

I can smell the freedom of freedom in the air again
The skies have become their blue once more
I can hear the youthful songs of birds again
calling to me even as high up in the air they soar
And the lifitng fragrence of daffodils wafts up through the air again
for he is gone now, gone forever
never to come back, salvation, his sould may attain
god bless him, i said, not knowing the import of words so back he came this time as fac ad instead...

11 messages which were replies to an aforementioned converstion vide item number 7 of the former list.

Thats 37 in the Inbox and 11 in the Outbox occupying space of 65 messages on the phone and the sim card. Thankfully i still have some space left to receive and send messages.

Well, very important messages these are that they are there on my phone without being disturbed for ages now.

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