Wednesday, October 6, 2010

The obvious problem is my checking account has money in it.

Last month I purchased a new phone. The HTC Incredible to be exact. I had been holding out hope that Verizon would get the iPhone, but I had enough people convince me that a droid was just as good, if not better than the iPhone. And so I purchased.

And I am in love.

But, it's a dangerous type of love you see. Because of the wonderful world that is technology, I have all these fabulous apps that allow me to purchase things at a touch of a button. DANGER. DANGER. I see the flashing lights. Yet, I can't turn away. Take for example, the app for Groupon. For just today, before I walked out the door for work, I had already purchased the Swedish Massage that they were offering. But come on, who would turn down a 60-minute Swedish massage for $35? Um, no one should. Or at least no one I want to be friends with.

Then there's the Amazon app. This is even more dangerous than the Groupon app. Because Amazon has EVERYTHING. Like, for reals, I purchased some boots off my app just 3 hours ago. As my friend Nicole once said, "you know's its a great day when the first thing you do before you get out of bed is purchase something off Amazon." Amen sista. Amen.

So, you see where this is going.

Natalie buys new phone. Natalie downloads awesome apps. Natalie becomes poor.


However if you really think about it, I might be poor, but I will be relaxed and stylish.

So, anyone else have an app they want to recommend?

1 comment:

Linds Forrest said...

If your a celebrity junkie like me the E! app is awesome. And the race car app is awesome. You move your phone like you're driving. Those might help delay your purchases by maybe a few minutes! ha