Terrible Things Posted on Social Media II

Not sure if it’s trying to say the quote is from Winnie the Pooh (it doesn’t seem to be). Or if Winnie the Pooh is part of the quote.

Quite like that idea actually. Just adding a cartoon character onto a quote you’ve found.

“Life is like a camera. Focus on what’s important. Capture the good times. And if things don’t work out, just take another shot. Skeletor”


still best when it’s Minions


Haven’t decided what’s for tea tomorrow, that’s a bit of a mystery. I do think Pooh is on to something

1 Like


It’s from Kung Fu Panda.


Ted Lasso isn’t it.

I quite often do the ‘every day is a gift that’s why it’s called the present’ at work when people are moaning and whining. Works a treat :grimacing:


I hope whoever got me this one has kept the receipt

1 Like

Used to be written on the wall in the pub I worked in as a youth.

Made me cringe even back then.


Agreed. And not just in this. It’s a sinister and outrageous historical revisionism that crops up time and again. The 3210 was pretty much the first phone to have an internal aerial. Scenes. And sold more than the fugly 3310. Yet the 3310 is consistently cited as a milestone phone. :person_shrugging:t3:

It’s shit either way but I think those “90’s” things are meant to be about if you’re a kid who was born in the 90s or possibly whose formative years began in them. If we take the years between 5 and 15 as the decade of childhood and you were born around 1990 then this will be a random mix from that.

Yes, I know.

That doesn’t change the specific fact that the 3310 being consistently cited as an icon rather than the 3210 is SINISTER AND OUTRAGEOUS HISTORICAL REVISIONISM.

What dark forces are at play in order for this falsehood to persist?

1 Like

Reckon the 3410 was possibly bigger than the 32

Reckon you’re OUT OF YOUR MIND.

Would’ve accepted 8210. The stick it up your bum phone, which Wiki tactfully tiptoes around.

Nokia 8210 continued to be in popular demand well into 2010s by people who want a small phone with long battery life, but with no modern non-mobile connectivity that could be used for tracking, such as the mobile Internet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC. The only wireless option is infrared, allowing for an easy exchange of contacts between compatible devices. As a result, Nokia 8210 and like models command a greater price in the aftermarket.[4]

1 Like

The only time I was outside day and night, even in Minus degrees, was when I was getting pissed in the park

All right, True Steppers ft Dane Bowers & Victoria Beckham


This is now the Nokia phone thread

Dunno, maybe it’s a micro-generation thing, I was born in 1990 and without a doubt the 3310 was the iconic phone for me and my friends, 3210 was the one that a couple of people who got phones earlier than everyone else had, but it was definitely the 3310 that was the icon for us. Still is the one that comes up in conversation if we’re discussing early phones.


It’ll always be the Vodafone Zap pager for me.



Yeah it’s the 3310 in that minty green/grey colour. Only true 90s kids will understand