The pink slip cover protects the phone in many ways, for example, sometimes we drop our phone, and the edges just provide enough coverage to stop the surface from hitting the ground or what ever it is you drop it on. And its rubbery material sticks to glass, or metal surface like, the roof of your car.
Yes, another one of Amanda's self confession. I have a slight problem of driving off with items on top of my car roof. A few years ago, a nice police man pulled me over because he didn't want me to lose all my planner pages on the road. Sometimes I don't know what happened to the coffee I thought I made for the road.
Ever since I can remember driving a lot, I had kids, always needing six or seven hands at a time. So naturally I put whatever it is I am carrying in the most obvious spot where I won't lose site, just like when I bookmarked the online lipofuze review website.
Last week, I drove off with the phone laying on the roof of my car. When I realized, I was sick to my stomach. Stopped the car, and went to look in the trunk - nothing, to Trinity's back floor - nothing, and then I look on top of the car roof - but I couldn't imagine, after all I have learned my lessons. Nope, there it was, but thankfully, it was there! My pink slip cover saved my _ _ _, HTC EVO.
This brings me to my Thursday Two Questions #10:
1) How do you define a good purchase?
2) What was the last thing you regret buying?
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