By OwlSaysBlimey - Sweden
Today, I got an angry call to the phone shop where I work. The caller demanded that we give him his money back. His reason? He said he'd been tricked because his phone got ruined by water "even though he was using the waterproof application". FML
OwlSaysBlimey tells us more :
I really didn't think this would be posted, but thanks for all the hilarious comments! Well, I think I ought to explain it a bit. This person is one of our usual customers and is infamous for being a total idiot. Although this isn't the first time he has complained to us, this is by far the stupidest complaint he's made. He's usually complaining about that the Internet's off and that he can't turn 3G on and so on. Anyway, he didn't get his money back and my boss told him to piss off, so we're all good :).
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  adyb  |  12

Why do so many people need to wet their phones anyway? Jokesters could have thought up something more useful like a "shatterproof screen" app :P

  Ashamed_Sister  |  60

A few weeks or months ago I stumbled upon a picture about such a waterproof application. It seemed to be created by a user of 4chan with the intention to fool gullible idiots. There are plenty of them...

  THE_A_TEEN  |  27

...and if you look to your right, we see the Internet Jerk. Take note at his hostility to random people, his ability to wanting people to shut their faces for typing something online, and his loneliness.

A fair warning though, please do not feed it. That will just provoke him some more.

  hayjay2000  |  8

The customer is talking about an app. An app that apparently makes your phone water proof. Because you know software can ALWAYS change the hardware logically!

By  perdix  |  29

Tell him his problem is with the developer of that particular waterproof app. You can't be held responsible for defective third-party software.

After he accepts reason and buys a new phone, make sure he purchases your $49.99 zombie-proof app.