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This is just too funny, this would make for one hell of an april fools joke. Anyway, who else would actually use this as a phone?

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diT6husJHQ8

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This is just too funny, this would make for one hell of an april fools joke. Anyway, who else would actually use this as a phone?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diT6husJHQ8

 

What makes me laugh is that i think they are seriously trying to sell this...Maybe next we will regress back to the boombox on the shoulder. Maybe a good time to get into the boombox shoulder holster business.

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What makes me laugh is that i think they are seriously trying to sell this...Maybe next we will regress back to the boombox on the shoulder. Maybe a good time to get into the boombox shoulder holster business.

 

Every time I watch this video I can't help but laugh. I just don't want to believe they are serious about this, oh and this also goes for the galaxy note 8.

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