Wednesday, September 30, 2015

The Yell Of The Cell!

The cat is out and about here and there, that you know at my lair. While out and about what do I see? Nuts everywhere swinging from a tree. Wait! That isn't right. I'll get there as this rhyme takes flight.

A name dropper?
Just a savvy shopper?
Maybe a crazy?
Brain a bit hazy?

Nope, none of the above.
They want to share the love.
Whether shopping or walking,
The nuts just keep on talking.

So and so had a bad day.
They are in such dismay.
Have you seen the sun?
Isn't talking about the weather fun?

Can you believe the price on this?
I'll even throw in a hiss.
This is a deal you can't miss.
Come down and be in pure bliss.

See that movie yet?
Great is a safe bet.
Don't watch that though.
Horrible, trust me, I know.

Don't you think he is cute?
That face just looks like a newt.
I want to be his date.
Maybe we can even mate.

Isn't their baby the best?
It has such zest.
I think I'll go visit soon.
Maybe tomorrow afternoon.

There are people staring at me.
I think they are listening for free.
How dare they listen to what I say.
Who are they anyway?

Don't listen to what I say.
I have a mouth the size of a litter tray?
How dare you speak to me.
I can talk where I want, you see.

So what if my cell is glued to my head.
So what if I walk around like the undead.
I'm a gossiping shopper.
Turn away or I'll call a copper.

You humans expect people not to hear as you yap with that thing to your ear? If you don't want people to know. Shut the hell up and talk when home at your show. But nope, you'd rather be a cellphone yeller and annoy every buyer and seller. Dumb humans in mass. Keep your shop and gossip away from my little rhyming ass.

Later all, have a nice fall.

99 comments:

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    1. It is lately crowded
      But give it a shot
      One may be lucky
      It is plain to see!

      Hank

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    2. In for the win
      With your #1 spin

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    3. In the place to be
      I was on the road
      Like a toad
      Not a fox
      In a box

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  2. "The Yell Of The Cell!"
    Smart phones can tell
    Stuck to the ear
    Bid to hear better
    But doesn't ring a bell!

    Hank

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    1. People just can't put the phone away.
      Even on the treadmill as they sway.
      Yak, yak, yak all day long.
      They sound like a ding dong.
      Gotta put the phone down and smell the roses.
      Life is too short and then your casket closes!

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    2. Nope, no bell is rung
      As they pop a lung

      They can't stop
      Like the world shall drop
      Need to always be on that phone
      They'd drop dead if there was no dial tone

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  3. And what's really annoying is when they get a call in a movie theater or a restaurant - you can hear their answer to 'What are you doing?' - 'Nothing.' Yes, you're doing something - annoying the heck out of everyone!

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    1. haha yep, they still sit and yap
      No matter where they are they shall flap

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  4. people and their cellphones - ugh - i've overheard too many conversations that i wasn't interested in at all - yep - they rather should do their calls at home or at least somewhere with not so many people around

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    1. Yeah, it would make far more sense
      Some are just rather dense

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  5. Mobile phones, hate them or love them they are here to stay. Its those loud ringtones I can't stand at my bay.

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    1. Ring tones by the ton
      Always a different one

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  6. I cant stay without my cell. I like to use my social networks there. But, my husband is addicted to clash of clans...and thats one thing I hate about cells. I also love my stuff but I can draw a line. Bt, guess with games you cant draw lines! :(

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    1. lol well when it is a need
      Lines may come due at ones feed

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    1. haha yeah, you've been there
      At your lair

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  8. When I go to shop at the store
    My cellphone's at home in a drawer
    When at home I talk on the land
    What? Do I stick my head in the sand
    But when I travel a far
    I put it inside of my car

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    1. I turn it off and take it with me
      Just in case I ever drive into the sea

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  9. I think a phone is a necessary evil
    but I own my phone and it doesn't own me
    so when I got shopping I leave it at home
    and enjoy shopping blissfully silently

    betty

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    1. That is a good way to be
      With no one bugging thee

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  10. It seems like the cell phone is indeed a big part of our lives now. It is a necessary evil. Have a great day Pat.

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  11. I just literally peed my pants when I read "his face looks like a newt." Hahaha

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    1. lmao hope you have a spare
      Can't have pee stained underwear

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  12. Some conversations are better off in private and not half naked at Wal-Mart

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    1. That they are
      Scary your wal mart sand bar

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  13. I hate it when I encounter someone yapping on the phone at Wal-Mart, gossiping and ranting about so-and-so. It's annoying and disrespectful. Have that convo at home! What if so-and-so was at the store and happened to walk up behind you while you're venting? Not good! lol

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    1. lol well then so and so would know
      And maybe kick them, if they had them, down below lol

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  14. Everybody has so many questions and nobody ever listens to the answers!

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    1. For being a poop machine
      there at their scene lol

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  16. I just put up with this a few hours ago when I was shopping. A lady talking on the phone about her doctor visit! I didn't need to hear that.

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    1. haha yeah, somethings you don't want to know
      Especially after a doctor visit show

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  17. Are people like that called "blabbermouths?"

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  18. ha! yeah it's always a bit odd to listen to strangers talk and talk,
    especially when you're stuck with them as you walk the block,
    sometimes I wonder who is on the other end of the call,
    and hope in their stupor they don't trip and fall!

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    1. What about running into a stop sign or tree?
      That might teach them a thing or three

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  19. What!?! You can use it for phone calls, too?!?
    I'll have to try that one day at my zoo!

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    1. Damn, you weren't in the know
      All thanks to my show

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  20. I will have to try using it for a phone call one of these times. :)

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  21. I will have to try using it for a phone call one of these times. :)

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  22. Ugh, I hate it when people walk about talking on speaker phone to somebody. Really, does everyone need to hear your conversation. I also hate when people walk around with music playing on their phones. That's what headphones are for. Not everyone walking by enjoys that music. Headphones are like a dollar at the store. End rant.

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    1. haha yep, they deserve the hate
      But they think they are first rate

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  23. I hate to say I leave my phone off
    But I do and have never missed an important call.

    Okay, I don't have a catchy rhyme today, pffft!
    Love your post poem.

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    1. Hi Dixie Dear. The Cat is on his couch snoring away at his Kitty Cat bay, so I'm taking over this show. Put down that phone and talk to me. Unless, of course, you need your phone to read this haha

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    2. Mine is only on when home
      Off when I roam

      Pffft we don't snore
      Had the hiccups earlier though at our shore

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    3. Hiccups cause you eat too fast?
      Did they last?

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    4. Nah, 30 second or so
      Then away they did go

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  24. I can't tell you how many people I've encountered even at the grocery store, with headsets on, yapping about this person and that person. Just talk at home! I don't want to hear your gossip.

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    1. haha yep, encountered a ton too
      Seems to be all they can do

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  25. I haven't quite reached a level of importance that would require me own a cell phone, so I don't understand the allure of carrying on an inane conversation on one of those things, while totally ignoring one's surroundings, and showing utter disregard for all the other people in the area.

    One of my favorite stories about just that involves a bunch of tired people on a commuter train at the end of the work day being annoyed to the max by an inconsiderate man who is loudly babbling on and on with his wife, explaining that he had to work late, blah, blah, blah. One gal decided she'd had enough, and she said, loudly enough for the wife to hear on the other end of the phone, "Come on, honey. Get off the phone and come back to bed!" Everyone sitting nearby approved of her actions, and he quickly ended the call.

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    1. I have it in case I get lost or stuck somewhere
      Other than that never use it at my lair

      hahaha I remember you said that at your sea
      At least I think i heard it from thee
      Serves him right
      For letting blabbering take flight

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  26. You picked something that truly bugs me and made me laugh with your fun run, Pat! As did your post on spelling errors accidentally posted! Between autocorrect, hitting the wring key, and accidentally posting, there's lots of room for screwing up. No one is going to entice me into buying a casket. I get truly creeped out at the thought. Just toss my ashes in the ocean so I can travel the world on its currents! Have a great day where you're at! Thanks for all the laughs you bring to my life!

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    1. Glad it is grand
      Here in my land
      As phones and typos grow
      Along with a casket buying show

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  27. The one that gets me is people talking on the phone in bathroom stalls. I'm always wondering if they're talking to themselves, me, or on the phone.

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    1. hahaha maybe trying to go
      A little talking to the areas down below

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  28. I think the worst is people talking on their phones in the lobby of the doctors office explaining that their std results came back positive. I mean c'mon!

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    1. lol yeah, you'd think they'd want to keep that on the down low
      But away they let it flow

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    1. Okay maybe not just now
      Hey, let's staple that phone to their ear
      to improve the things they wanna hear
      Would that be rude
      Maybe crude
      Sounds like a plan to me
      In the place to be

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    2. Not quite
      At any site

      Staple it there
      Works for my lair
      Get a good staple gun though
      Could create many a foe

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    3. hey cat I think Blue is a bit late for number one...haha...

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    4. oh, but it is so much fun...heehee

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    5. Times two
      Full of it at my zoo

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  30. cell glued to your head?

    Bluetooth would be a better idea instead

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  31. orlin N cassie....we can prob ablee count on one paw...well......may bee three ...de number oh times de food serviss gurl haz act shoo a lee used de fone ...for talkin...
    high paws N head bonx on a grate post two day.....♥♥♥

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    1. haha that is a good way to be
      Even got one paw free

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  32. Yep, seen them around/mouths wide open and feet shuffling on the ground/they talk a lot but I cannot hear what they say/to me it's all the same, just like a day after another day! :-)

    Greetings from London.

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    1. All the same crap
      No matter where we are on the map

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  33. I'm not a fan of people having to always be on their phones. Once in awhile I get, all of the time, no way.

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    1. Yep, all the time
      Is a hill I'll never climb

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    1. Yep, they need to shut it
      Every little bit

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  35. oh, the dreaded cell dwellers..I was at a grocery store at lunch and the cashier told me I had to wait as he was talking on the phone..wth...so, I had to listen to him chat with his girlfriend about how sorry he was..."really"

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    1. haha wow, that guy should be fired
      And never again rehired

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  36. What did people do before cell phones were attached to their heads? Sometimes I'd like to go back 15 years and find out. The world was such a quieter place then!

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    1. It sure was. We were connected in a different way back then.

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    2. Yeah, it would be fun to go back and see
      Before all were able to roam free

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  37. Yeah, this bugs me, too!
    Put away your phone, especially in the loo!

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    1. Some sure don't
      And germ avoidance or yapping they won't

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  38. No, I haven't seen that movie yet!
    It is certainly a safe bet....
    but I will see it soon as I can
    and become a fast fan!

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  39. I rarely use mine as a phone
    Can't stand to listen to others
    Wait 'til you're in private
    To bore your friends, neighbours and brothers

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    1. That you should do
      But few seldom have a clue

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  40. Put the phones away when at the movies or at any place-i am sick of them

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