Bedouin wrote (see)
Am wondering if its worth upgrading my 10 month old(?) Galaxy S2 (PAYG) to the new Galaxy S3.
Am wondering if its worth upgrading my 8 year old(?) Sagem 'steam powered' basic mobe.
Nah - it only cost me a tenner but it still sends texts and makes phone calls which, at the end of the day, is what I expect from a phone.
...priced at a not inconsiderable £500 ...
Five hundred quid would buy a good laptop, or an HD widescreen television, or almost any techie mountain tent, or a decent entry-level SLR camera, or three months camping at Great Langdale, or diesel fuel for ten return trips to the Lake District. Or, apparently, a Galaxy S3 (PAYG) phone.
Boys and their toys, eh?
Mal Mawr wrote (see)
Hey, everyone, I'd like you all to know that I have £500 to blow on a phone. Aren't I cool?
Proper gear tart isn't he, but if he can afford it, why not.
I personally wouldn't spend that on a phone even if i could afford it, but i'd sure like to have more spare cash.
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I have no quarrel with him spending his mounds of cash any way he wants but his constant, deliberate flaunting of his supposed wealth is cringeworthy.
"Upgrading"? So what happens to the perfectly good 10 month old S2? Does the S3 provide anything genuinely useful and so much better that the S2 doesn't? Or are we just becoming conditioned to respond Pavlovianly on the technology treadmill?
"We have been upgraded into the next level of mankind. We are human-point-2. Every citizen will receive a free upgrade. You will become like us."
"It's psychosomatic. You need a lobotomy. I'll get a saw."
Well, I like it. Pavlovianly, I mean. It's so much more succinct than, "In a pavlovian way"
david pickard 2 wrote (see)
?Oooops I seem to have got myself involved in a lynch mob,shall i go grab my pitch fork?
It's preferable to "like dribbly dugs". I'll grant you that.
There's nowt wrong with dribbly dugs.... as long as they dribble on someone else.
Is the S3 dribble-proof?
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