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Saw this here on XDA and had a good chuckle it was funny stuff. 

"I got notification that Samsung Push Service had an update available. The description is kind of vague, so I decided to read the comments to see what the users' experience with it was. No one really knows, or cares, but the reviews are awesome"




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  Reply # 790411 2-Apr-2013 07:41
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oh well I thought they were funny and worth a look




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  Reply # 790412 2-Apr-2013 07:51
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They are funny lol

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  Reply # 790435 2-Apr-2013 08:44
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A while back there were a bunch of "solar charging" apps on the Play Store, the comments for those were hilarious with confused and or angry people wondering why they didn't work for their phone when so many other reviews said how good they were. Both the good and the bad reviews were occasionally quite hilarious. Will check these out.




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