Thursday, February 7, 2008


Cell Phones Get Fruity

SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Cell phones are rocking banana hammocks!

San Francisco-based metal worker Laird Rickard has invented Cell Foam, a cell phone holster that’s shaped like a banana.

Rickard was inspired by Andy Warhol’s famous painting of the fruit, but he was also just calling for a more convenient solution to a phone problem.

He says, “It’s really easy to find in your pocket or purse, but sometimes it’s too big for pockets, so you can wear it in a holster, cowboy style. You get rapid answering that way, too!”

But banana bling can have some sexual side-effects.

He explains, “There’s always going to be that sexual reference with bananas. I always get asked if my banana is set to vibrate.”

For more info, check out cellfoam.com.

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