Digital Doorbell

Digital Doorbell

posted on 6 Oct 2002 in Instructions

 

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Sebastian
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Sebastian

“What I am doing outside with the umbrella? I’m preventing the rain to showening”

Silkydog
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“The sound is quite loud, charming and ear-catching”. Translation: the whole neighborhood will hear it and you’ll find the tune quite catchy to begin with but it’ll become so annoying you’ll end up smashing it.

not a pigion. at all.
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not a pigion. at all.

“oh pleace change the batteries which are made out of normal uses” shame, they should use recycled uses. I do!

jerphilm
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jerphilm

i know I don’t HAVE to dig holes, but what if I want to?

Pim
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Pim

Hm, are we laughing at the typos here? Come on, anybody can make mistakes like neccesities, eletrical, cirucit, bothersone, decotating, stoueyed, sticher, arial, showening, diretly, ecaicsg, yaer, alkalined, oudinary, there fore, exausing or nomal…

Machine
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Machine

I put my doorbell 60 meters from my house…because I can

Seventy2rd o clock
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Seventy2rd o clock

After reading this, I decided to buy normal, analog doorbell

Seventy2rd o clock
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Seventy2rd o clock

Of course I installed it at my software door – it’s a digital bell. The only problem were decotating beauties who never learned how to use it, not to mention ecaicsg and the batteries which am I invited.

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