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Topic # 147393 18-Jun-2014 08:14
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If your boss is annoying you, than you probably want to use TonguesApp.

With TonguesApp you can answer incoming phone calls by sticking your tongue out.

If you have a sense of humor you will love it.

stick out your tongue to answer incoming phone calls.






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  Reply # 1068112 18-Jun-2014 08:35
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Well theres a waste of some electrons.

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  Reply # 1068118 18-Jun-2014 08:48
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There is something to be said about smiling making your attitude better, especially on a call.  A smile to answer a phone may have positive results to your client relations, a tongue may be a step to far though!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1068122 18-Jun-2014 08:53
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I (usually) have a pretty good sense of humour. But I'm also a big boy now, and I'm not going to poke tongues at my phone (or at my boss). Nothing humorous about that at all.

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  Reply # 1068129 18-Jun-2014 09:19
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I went to the bathroom, took my phone out and then stick my tongue out.

I watched myself in the mirror.

I did this 7 times.

I did not laugh at all.

I went to my boss and did this.

I have been told to go home and to hand in my resignation tomorrow.







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Reply # 1068131 18-Jun-2014 09:21
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nakedmolerat: I went to the bathroom, took my phone out and then stick my tongue out.

I watched myself in the mirror.

I did this 7 times.

I did not laugh at all.

I went to my boss and did this.

I have been told to go home and to hand in my resignation tomorrow.




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  Reply # 1068192 18-Jun-2014 09:54
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I think it's better tongue in cheek as opposed to tongue out of cheek




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  Reply # 1068643 18-Jun-2014 16:21
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macuser: There is something to be said about smiling making your attitude better, especially on a call.  A smile to answer a phone may have positive results to your client relations, a tongue may be a step to far though!


The problem is that it will answer if you just smiled and you didn't inteded to answer the phone call.
You need more  unique action.

To all the others yes it's not for you .Probably you aren't in the right mood / age.






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  Reply # 1068671 18-Jun-2014 17:10
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Let's stick to the topic and keep it seemly. 


And perhaps not use this app to answer video calls. Could be rather embarrassing for both parties if you get your timing wrong.



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Reply # 1068738 18-Jun-2014 17:56
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BigHammer: Let's stick to the topic and keep it seemly. 


And perhaps not use this app to answer video calls. Could be rather embarrassing for both parties if you get your timing wrong.




Use it with video salls , only if you can take the risk that it will be your last call with your boss.


I invite you to tell me if it worked for you.

TonguesApp on the playstore.





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