It's on its last lag...
I guess I need to re-pair it.
Me: Whoa! I would need a password now?
Would they be called bearpods
I'm having battery issues.
"You get yourself a wireless cat."
source: From a helpdesk trainer I worked with. It's still dadjoke quality though.
takes reader from waitress and holds to ear
I just visited their wireless section and didn't see a single LG BT device
I find that very hard to deal with.
Me: A what?
Him: A repeater.
Me: dramatic eyebrow wiggling with shit eating grin
Him: Oh my god.
A wireless hop-spot.
Wireless devices often sound chord-less.
...I’m with the times, and going wireless.
She walked away when I asked the sales assistant what the download speed was on the wireless bras.
I couldn't. Unfortunately, wireless technology is far too advanced for me.
Fell in love with the wireless at my house. It's like the Wifi never had
Me: "What about this shopping center? Its got a Waffle House, a sushi place, a burger place and a Verizon wireless. "
Wife: "What would we get at the Verizon store? "
Me: "Not alot. They charge by the byte."
Groans were had, but I couldn't stop smiling for the rest of lunch.
Wait until they bring the credit card machine thing over.
Keep card in wallet.
Put machine to ear.
"Hello? Hello?? It's for you..."
Hand 'phone' to waiter.
Watch everyone groan/reach into pockets for extra tip money.
Wife: I'm looking for a wireless nursing bra. Help me find one.
Me: So you want something that comes with WiFi?
Wife: Go wait in the car...
I'm currently taking a course in computer communication, and explained some of the history of the internet and networking in general with my parents.
When I got to the part about wireless connections, I mentioned that the first wireless data network was the ALOHA-NET, which was developed on the Hawaii islands.
Dad was quiet for a few seconds, and then said with a smile:
"Is that why it's called HawaiiFi?
We were walking towards the car and passed some road works where I couldn't really see what they were doing, there was just a ditch being dug with no tubes or cables in sight. I asked him what he thought they were placing, his response "Well obviously they're laying the new wireless internet"