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Re: Drowned iPhone 6


@viridis wrote:
Or you can pick up an xperia Z3 for around 200 quid now.
Waterproof and faster btw

Or a Samsung A5 much better, faster, & you can have a lot of freedom to personalise your phone

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Re: Drowned iPhone 6

Or....you could let her keep her old iPhone and tell her to save up for her own replacement. An expensive lesson to learn.... #just saying

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Re: Drowned iPhone 6


@Cleoriff wrote:

Or....you could let her keep her old iPhone and tell her to save up for her own replacement. An expensive lesson to learn.... #just saying


This is the answer LOL

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Re: Drowned iPhone 6


@MI5 wrote:

@Cleoriff wrote:

Or....you could let her keep her old iPhone and tell her to save up for her own replacement. An expensive lesson to learn.... #just saying


This is the answer LOL


Well it has taken me three years to learn.....

More info
from you LOL

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Re: Drowned iPhone 6

I'm just as guilty for spoiling my kids but sometimes it's gotta be tough love....!
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Re: Drowned iPhone 6

Same here, daughter messed up her Nokia and proceeded to beg me to let her have my old iphone 4.
Cleaned off the plaster off it, and cleaned it up real nice.
Told her, you break this, it's the last phone I get you.
She broke it, obliterated the screen glass.
So I done no more than put clear packing tape over the glass and handed it back.
Upgrade time came and you should have seen the drama....



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Re: Drowned iPhone 6

As an LGG3 gal meself.....will let you know the apple response......bloody kids.....
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Re: Drowned iPhone 6

Personally I'd change the story a little to include heavy rain, but that's me...



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Re: Drowned iPhone 6


@viridis wrote:
Personally I'd change the story a little to include heavy rain, but that's me...

Good idea.....

or tripped and it fell in a puddle etc Smiley Wink

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Re: Drowned iPhone 6


@MI5 wrote:

@viridis wrote:
Personally I'd change the story a little to include heavy rain, but that's me...

Good idea.....

or tripped and it fell in a puddle etc Smiley Wink


And I am sure they have heard them all....Smiley Tongue

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