Society for HandHeld Hushing

By on December 15, 2004

Apparently I’m not the only one who gets annoyed with people yakking into cell phones in public places. The guys at Draplindustries Design Co. have come up with what might be a fun solution, of sorts. Introducing SHHH, the Society for HandHeld Hushing.

That’s right. We’re tired of having to listen to your loud, obnoxious conversations. We don’t care about yer new haircut or what “he” might have said to you the night before. (We couldn’t believe it either!) It doesn’t interest us in the least whether or not you are going to attend the company Christmas party or when you need to pick up yer ugly kids from soccer practice. Nope. Don’t want to hear it.

Simply download this PDF, cut ‘em out, and “politely” hand them out to whoever is “spinning a yarn” next to you in the checkout line.

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Comments

  1. Perhaps some one could write a note that doesn’t need to be filled up, Some thing like “It’s hard to think whith you and your cell phone loud-symbiotic combination around”

    Or maybe “First the loud ring and now the loud voice yo really don’t know when to hang up do you?”

    Just a Thought, feel free to use the sentences if you please, nut if you don’t it’s ok too, than you

  2. Can we make the comments more . . . uh to the point? Hey, shut the hell up! It’s not fun hearing you yack while riding the train or bus either. Miss Pretty Mommy has a captive audience then! Who cares what your sprogs did in school? We all have cell phones, no one wants to hear them or their owners! Take it BEYOND the back of the bus! Silence the damn ringer, they all have ‘manner mode’ but she wants to let everyone know someone has called HER!! And the Nextel, the chirp is only to tell everyone, “Hey, look at ME, I didn’t get enough attention as a sprog”. Too much annoying SOUND, And rugrat, turn down your damn music, I can still hear it and I’m several seats away from you! I have a future sideline job when I retire: SELLING HEARING AIDS TO TODAY’S RUGRATS.

  3. For the fuckers made this beyond useless society here is a message for you.

    FUCK OFF

    Everyone has a choice on where they stand, so if don’t like cell phone users then move away. Besides if I can’t use my cell phone in peace then want should I use. I pretty sure messanger pigeons are dead.

    Learn to live with others.

  4. I understand if you are a cashier and your customer is jabbing away on a cell phone. It’s annoying. Fine. I give you that. But seriously, if you are in a public place and someone near you is talking on their cell phone and it bothers you, MOVE. They have just as much right to talk on their cell phone as you do to make those stupid cards and hand them out. Get over it.

  5. Yo, J, I suggest you do what we did in the old days and check your messages when you get home and give those people a call back then…

  6. by J, December 8, 2008 11:01 PM

    For the fuckers made this beyond useless society here is a message for you.

    FUCK OFF

    Everyone has a choice on where they stand, so if don’t like cell phone users then move away. Besides if I can’t use my cell phone in peace then want should I use. I pretty sure messanger pigeons are dead.

    Learn to live with others.

    First off J, learn to spell. (I know profiling is wrong, but I’ll bet you speak as well as you spell and do it with a very loud voice.)

    Second, if you are “using your cell phone in peace” in a theater or on a bus, where should everyone else go? Thirdly, whatever do you mean by learning to live with others? submitting to bullies?

  7. The problem with all of you people “Americans” have HUGE manner plus interacting problems!!! Can’t you just politely speak to the guy or women to close the phone? And for those who are against SHHH and have 0% morals go learn your manners!!

    That’s all what I go to say.

    Thanks for reading…

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