By Anonymous - India
Today, I left my brand new iPhone on the counter, and went to get its cleaning cloth. My grandmother saw a mosquito, and used my iPhone as a fly swatter. I now have a broken iPhone. Good news though: no more mosquito. FML
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  BurpusMe  |  0

Steve jobs:
This is the best thing we've ever made, I'm really excited about it!
It's an internet device, a digital camera, a phone, an iPod a fly swatter.

  ananamoose  |  0

This is true, once a mosquito flew up, my friend Jacuelle's nose, it nestled in his left nostril and literally made a fortress of mucus inside his nose. He got so frusturated one night because he was trying to go to sleep because he had work the next morning but, that darned mosquito had friends over again for the third night in a row. They had the tv up drinking beers and they were being obnoxiously loud. Jacuelle snapped took a jack hammer to his nose, not only did his nose fall off but the mosquito and his friends took it with them because it was their home now. Jacuelle no longer has a nose and if you ask me that is more important than an IPhone so go ahead and thank grandma, you ungrateful kid, be lucky you have a nose!

  Plumppotato  |  3

Mosquitos carry many harmful diseases. such as malaria. and can also give you aids, had they sucked blood from someone with aids. (yes. not only do they suck blood, but they also squeeze some stuff into you, such as blood and toxins.)

  lettertjes  |  0

Mosquitos do not spit enough blood in you to give you HIV. If someone told you he became HIVpositive because of a mosquito bite, he was either lying or very ignorant about his own disease.

  ohhhhshizzz  |  0

Wow you are really idiotic if you still believe that, HIV needs a HUMAN host for you to actually become infected, do some reading because well you just made me 7 year old cousin look smart.

  americayay  |  0

Really young people, I will totally give you, but in defense of my Gramma, she would NEVER use my iPod to kill a bug. Whether or not they know HOW to use it, an elderly person CAN recognize that it's an expensive piece of technology, not to be used as a flyswatter.