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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by saintforlife, Jul 3, 2012.
Let's hear them. I am tired of the same old, "Sent from my iPhone".
A blank one.
I just changed it to "Sent from my Mobile Device"
That's just for my business email. That way they know I'm not at my desk, or not in front of my computer. I know this is getting more and more moot, but it's the idea that I'm not going to be typing back a Thesis...
"Sent from Folsom Prison"
"Sent From Women's Correctional Facility"
"Sent my from iPhone 5"
My favorite is a friends: "Sent by carrier pigeon"
Not very professional but makes me laugh every time she emails me from her phone.
Mine is "Sent from my iPhone 4S using 100% recycled electrons"
Sent from the ghetto
Sent from my toilet seat
Sent from my Nokia 3210
Sent from my iPod Shuffle
I had "Sent from Outside Your Window" until the police confiscated my phone. I need to be more careful next time (well, in 5 years...or 3 with good behavior).
For my iPhone I use "Typed with one finger on a sheet of glass."
My iPad has "Typed with two fingers on a sheet of glass."
I like this! I might modify it to: Sent by electronic carrier pigeon!
I don't use email signatures.
"Sent from my AT&T iPhone". Just to get back at the Verizon Blackberry crowd (all 2 of them who might be left).
This one made me smile.
The guy's upping his post count to spam.
This one is a modification of "Sent from my iPhone"
Sent from my iPhone [model name here] ([GB here], [carrier here], [iOS version here])
Since the iPhone screen is so tiny and my hands are quite big, I like, "Typos by iPhone"
Sent by an Apple Cult Member
If it's not funny, then there's no point. The novelty has worn off and nobody cares if you're on an iPhone, android, iPad, iMac or MB Air. But mostly, any funny sigs should only be sent to friends.
my grandma (76) has an ipad and her signature is sent from my thingamajig.....
Look at mine: "sent from the moon"
Sent from my iPhone 4s. Blame all typos on Siri because I will
A former colleague's:
Sent from my Commodore 64