The blurb, which a Reddit user claims he found in the manual of his colleague’s new Samsung phone, actually outlines a pretty advanced version of the popular technique: making your phone actually ring before you fake answer it. Usually I just shove the thing up toward my face and start talking. [Reddit via BoingBoing]
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