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Your cell phone ringtone tells others a lot about your personality, according to those in the know. Some are loud & obnoxious (my husband because he’s hard of hearing and all calls are important). Some are mildly annoying with loud cheesy broadway musicals (Gene). Well apparently the time you take in setting the ringtones is less time spent telling someone what kind of person you are.

So, what does your ringtone say about you?

Vibrate — You are uber-responsible and considerate, concerned above all else that your personal calls not bother anyone. Thank you.

Standard ring — You’re showing your age and your inability to master technology. What? You don’t know how to change the ringtone? <em>that would be mine, not because I can’t master technology, I’m having too much fun playing with the live wallpaper and angry birds!)</em?

Classic rock song — When it comes to looking old, this isn’t much better than the standard ring that comes with the phone.

“Jingle Bells” — If it’s December, you get points for being current with the season. If it’s June, you’re lazy and indolent.

Disco beat — It makes you look as dated as those gold chains and that white suit hanging in the back of your closet.

Hip-hop or R&B — You’re young, cool and enjoy annoying the old folks so you may delay answering your phone just to let that song annoy them a little longer.

Classical music — You must be a genius.

Country music — You’re as American as Mom and apple pie.

Jazz — You’re independent and strong-willed.

TV theme song — You didn’t graduate, did you?

Animal noises — You think you’re hilarious. Others think you’re bothersome.

Your own voice — You are so conceited and pompous.

You change your ringtone — a lot — You are fickle, capricious and undependable. Either that or you get bored easily.

<em>But what about breaking glass?</em>


 March 28, 2011  Posted by on March 28, 2011 Blog, TLC in the Morning Blog Posts