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Do You Ever Have Joy Behar Cell Phone Moments?

You either have it or you don't. It's like this innate sixth sense, something that no one else can describe but you. What I'm talking about is CPESP — Cell Phone Extrasensory Perception — a faculty that afflicts millions of Americans who are addicted to their mobile phones. I have a serious case of CPESP. It's so bad that my phone can be in another room of my house, on the vibrate ring tone setting, and I can hear it.

Another person who has this sixth cell phone sense? The View's Joy Behar. During a recent appearance on Larry King Live, she admitted that when her BlackBerry rings, "It's like a child crying in the night." I feel your pain Joy, and I know exactly what you mean.


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LilGlamDiva LilGlamDiva 7 years
LC on the hills said the same thing, and it's so true. I hear my phone (and my mom's...ugh) when nobody else does. I think after a while you develop a subliminal sense that is always listening for it.
MissMarisol MissMarisol 7 years
I am a slave to my iPhone. ☎
gemsera gemsera 7 years
I usually wake up, then when im awake, my phone rings. I always know... its odd.
ehknee ehknee 7 years
That happens to me all the time, also when it's on silent and I have like this feeling someone just texted me or called me and I am right. It's the craziest thing.
Angelica Angelica 7 years
Everyday, but never when it's an important call. What does that mean?
lovely2190 lovely2190 7 years
Hahha that happens to me all the time and my friends look at me like i have a second head or something hahaha
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