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Thread: just what we all need as we get older

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    hmmmm..
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    Too funny! But my arthritic fingers wouldn't fit in the holes.

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    I'll stick to what I have.

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    LOL! That's too funny.

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    ROFLOL :)

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    Too funny....I actually loved the old rotary phones.

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    I'm still looking for a cell phone that displays the caller's number large enough so I don't have to get my glasses out of my purse to see who's calling me. Also one with number buttons large enough so I don't hit all the surrounding buttons with my pudgy fingers when I am trying to dial a number. :-(

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    there are some available like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter on the eastern edge
    I'm still looking for a cell phone that displays the caller's number large enough so I don't have to get my glasses out of my purse to see who's calling me. Also one with number buttons large enough so I don't hit all the surrounding buttons with my pudgy fingers when I am trying to dial a number. :-(
    Mine came over on the Mayflower and the kids don't understand why I don't want to exchange it for a new one.

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    LOL!

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    rofl

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    Then I really wouldn't be able to keep up texting!

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    lol

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    That is hilarious, most young people would not know how to work it. :thumbup:

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    Nope - won't work....the numbers aren't big enough! ROL!

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    That is so aweome. I remember when we used exchanges for humbers like AN4-1774. Too funny. I still have one in of thsoe on my shelf. COol.

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    I to have a hard time seeing the number of who is calling. I took pictures of my important contacts and assigned them to the number and when they call their picture comes up instead of the number. I could not get oldest son to be still for pic so I took one of his dog and used it. He is the easiest identified. lol

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    I have a smartphone...it's great, but sometimes I think it's smarter than me! :roll:

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    Love this one, but would have to use a pencil on the numbers, as well as bifocals.
    I actually have a real old dial phone that works nicely, must be older than I admit to being, it has the dial that kids can't keep their hands off, even grown up kids love to use it.

    But your little cutie would really be an ice breaker~

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    I like the nostalgia touch! That one is great!

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    Will not be popular with the next generation -- they don't know how to use a rotary dialer!! :-)

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