Stories tagged “phone”

  • Life Is

    Life is… Moments that take your breath away Ice Cream on a sunny day Dancing in the rain for the hell of it Chasing after what you wanna get Doing something never done before Walking along the ocean shore Picking yourself up when you fall Living ...

  • Secret Meeting

    “Um.. excuse me?” The other girl asked, her hand on her hip, glaring at Tyson. “Lola. Uh… I’m sorry about this…” Tyson stumbled. “Is this a break up?” She demanded. While Tyson fumbled for an answer...

  • Will You Come...?

    We talked for hours. There was nothing that we couldn’t say to each other. Around midnight, our voices soften to just whispers. He made me laugh. And the sound of my happiness filled him with joy. We were perfect for each other. It was now 6 a.m....

  • Did You Get My Message?

    He dialed the old number, hoping she’d actually pick up this time. Ring, ring, Click “Hey, you’ve reached this number…” “Aw, not again,” Jason muttered sadly. “…Leave a message & I’ll get ...

  • Finding My Answer In Alphabet Soup (Mature)

    I sat at the kitchen table swirling the alphabet soup around with my spoon, maybe the letters could tell me what i’m doing wrong “Hey Lane,” Sam said walking into the kitchen. “Hi,” I mumbled still looking hopelessly for a...

  • goodbyes are meant for lonely people

    She looks at him with new, puzzled eyes. Her eyebrows form a confused expression..Why is he here? He glances at her sleeves, red stains forever to remain… his hand placed on teh phone, carrying her in the other, he gently sets her down on her bed...

  • Delete All Details?

    I deleted the number from my phone and the ‘Are You Sure’ dialogue box came up forcing me to perform the painful button press once more. I knew it was a futile gesture, I’d long ago memorised the number I was now deleting. It’s ...

  • 5-year old phone

    “Hey Eric!” “What?” “Where’s your 5-year old phone?” I showed them my phone. And they laugh, as if I just cracked the funniest joke of the century. But I needn’t do that, for I am the joke. Everyone else ...

  • And Another Thing...

    Message One. BEEP Hey Jay, it’s Patrick. Look, I’ve been trying t’get a hold of you for two days now, and every time I’ve called the line’s been busy. I’ve tried the cell, and it’s either busy or you won’...

  • You Know What To Do

    Over the next few days, I held on to the idea of her liking me. I still had my doubts, as I always do when it comes to things such as this, but in a way she was giving me subtle kinds of clues. Things like mentioning that she trusted me in passing, and...

  • CLICK

    Dialing the phone. “Hello. You have reached the answering machine for Tom. Please leave him a message after the beep.” B—E—E—P “Hi , uh, yeah, Tom? This is Becky. I wanted to talk to you about, well, about some stuff...

  • His Protector (part 2)

    “Mom! She’s on here again!” Jenny frantically yelled. After Karen entered the room and read the message she phoned her husband who was on a business trip. “Honey, I don’t know what to do!” Karen cried softly into the...

  • Edna Doesn't Get the Message

    Joanne listened with hesitant ear as the voice on her phone said, “Um, hullo, this is Dave. Is this Joanne, Edna’s friend?” “Um, yes,” she answered. Meanwhile, Edna was bouncing in front of her and mouthing, “Is that...

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Requiem for the Phone Booth (Retro Ficlets Challenge)

    Ever think about unintended consequences? Take that friend you carry around in your pocket. The little guy you flip open whenever you feel like talking to someone, no matter where you are, or texting them in cryptic abbreviationspeak. Nobody ever expec...

  • Pouncing People in the Park

    It was Jackie. “Hi! Can you meet me at Trembly Park in half an hour?” “How did you get my number?” I sure couldn’t remember ever giving it to her. Though I would have if I’d thought of it. “Oh, and bring the Co...

  • That made me smile :)

    In A-Block we were watching this really out-dated movie about teens and dating. I put my head down and was slowly drifting to sleep. “Camilia, Pay attention,” the teacher said, tapping on my desk. I jerked my head up, a few people glanced o...

  • Bad News

    “Let me just tell you,” she said, “When you say bad news I think, the roof is on fire, the dog has gone blind, the repo man has come by to take the car, the police are looking for aliases. This is not bad news. I will be over in twent...

    • Author: Mars
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
  • Reprise

    Now, it is important to tell you about what was going on at home at this point. By now it was about 8:30 and my Mum was getting worried Hello! That’s me Alright Mum they get it Becky has kindly let me write here to give my side of the story. Beca...

  • Ancient Technology

    “It’s a phone,” Ment observed, rather pointedly. And it appeared to be not just an ordinary phone, but a very decidedly ancient model. Possibly one of the earliest forms of cellphone ever manufactured. It looked worn from years of ove...

  • Information

    “Fine,” I say. I take in a deep breath because there is a lot to say, “Well, his name’s Andy. He’s 19, taking a year off from college to explore the USA, just to see which state he wants to study in. Uh, he wants to major ...

    • Author: Mr.Gabriel
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • A Noisome Bell

    Sergeant Philips, who was put on the other end of Sutton’s call, was less than the picture of attentiveness at this hour. He’d barely arrived at the office, he thought, even the sun decided this was far too early an hour to get out from und...

  • Of Phone Calls and Commemorative Tee Shirts

    Simon groaned as the phone rang. “Hello?” he sighed. “Simon? Simon Petra? This is Karl…we went to university together.” Simon rolled his eyes; he should have stayed in bed. “Yes, what do you want?” “Well...

    • Author: Laine Grey
    • Posted about 4 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Sam's Advice

    “Stop it. Stop it right now!” Sam grabbed the phone from my clammy hands and held it over her head in a grand assertion of authority. “But-” I pleaded. “No.” Dramatically, Sam threw it across the room, where it land...

  • On the line

    Listen to me. I was young, I was poor, I was foolish. I had nothing, and I wanted everything. I believed their promises when I dialed and told them what I heard. The black vans came the next day, and took everyone. Their whole family. Even young Anna, ...

    • Author: boxofun
    • Posted about 3 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Phone

    He swiped his finger across the screen, unlocking it. The phone had only four applications on it. There was the ability to place a call, as well as an app for taking notes, and a button for accessing the general settings. There was another app simply l...

    • Author: Thoth
    • Posted over 2 years ago.