She Almost Died Because She Forgot This At Home

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Growing increasingly worried as she went through her day, fifteen year old girl Isabelle Liang of Oakland, California was reportedly stressed on Thursday when she discovered that she had forgotten her iPhone at home.  Without her phone, she was forced to get into many scary situations, some of which included:

  1. Waiting awkwardly inside an elevator with her apartment neighbor who she rarely talks to
  2. Having nothing to do on the bus ride on the way to school
  3. Having nothing to do on the way walking from the bus stop to the school
  4. Standing awkwardly outside her first period classroom, waiting for her teacher
  5. Actually having to converse with her friends during lunch, only that they have their phones so they don’t really converse with her but are all on their phones
  6. Having to actually greet her math teacher outside of class after school because without her phone she can’t avoid conversing with her teacher without making it seem like she actually did not want to converse with the teacher
  7. Having nothing to do on the way walking from the school to the bus stop
  8. Having nothing to do on the bus ride on the way home
  9. Waiting awkwardly inside her apartment elevator with another apartment neighbor who she did not know even existed

She claims to have almost had a panic attack multiple times throughout the day.  “Man, can you imagine the stress of having to actually face the outside world without having anything to help you avoid confrontation with people you run into! Oh my god, it was the most scariest day of my life!” 

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She Almost Died Because She Forgot This At Home

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