then suspiciously started asking how we knew there were two of them.Not wanting to blow our location cover, we made something up that was stupid, but they bought it.The result becomes some kind of weird verbal sex tennis.Skip to around to jump straight in at the good bit.It was her that told us the sad news one day that Bell was disabling all their phones from accepting calls. As timing worked for us, there was somebody nearby and I made it ring. Then, he reacts like crazy – as if he’s won some amazing prize, screaming Whoo! In a typical stereotype AM radio voice, we convinced him that he’d won our “call a pay phone” contest. We convinced the boy that his prize was a spending spree at the YON VARIETY store just behind the pay phone.
Step 1: Invent Mondays Now, I realize that complaining about Mondays isn’t original, or tacical, or even entertaining.At this moment, but total coincidence, our store manager was exiting the store with some ice cream or other junk food snacks. What followed started up laughing so hard we couldn’t re-call the booth. at least not at first, but then he started giggling too. We called some catholic school girls in uniform as they passed the booth.We instruct the boy that we didn’t mean the STORE staff knew about the prize. That guy right there, wearing the pink shirt and tie was our radio guy. It was far across the street, so we couldn’t hear what was going on, but we could see the arms waiving. We instructed them that we knew it was this payphone. The girls left the booth and walked out in the parking lot till they could see the billboard, then returned with the value.We made the comment that we were just checking up on her route, and she was behind schedule.She immediately knew it was a prank, but we chatted for a bit anyway, teasing her that if she hadn’t stopped for donuts’ she’d be answering the pay phone down the street by now.
Fun Mobility, the makers of Fun Mail, a picture-messaging app that organically pairs your texts with appropriate (and fun) images, Fun Tones, a large collection of funny ringtones, and Fun Me, a suite of tools for consumers to create, share, and post their own user-generated content, is clearly striving for a particular brand message. Today, Fun Mobility introduces a new app to its menagerie of fun, called Fun Chat, which blends chat, multiplayer HTML5 games, virtual currency, rewards and achievements into a realtime user experience for the i Phone, i Pod Touch, and Android.