$2?!

untamedcurlzuntamedcurlz Posts: 36Registered Users
I was surfing the other day and came across this site that charges $2 to give you a wake up call. Would you pay $2 for it?
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  • MizKerriMizKerri Posts: 1,701Registered Users
    This is why I have an alarm clock.
    Location: Southern NH

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  • GretchenGretchen Administrator Posts: 10,840Moderators Curl Virtuoso
    'pends who's calling me ....

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  • curlyarcacurlyarca Posts: 8,449Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    MizKerri wrote:
    This is why I have an alarm clock.

    exactly.
    Gretchen wrote:
    'pends who's calling me ....

    and exactly.

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  • naturaltnaturalt Posts: 175Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    It depends on where I am, how important it is that I get up, and how reliable the available alarm clock is.
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  • GuardianBGuardianB Posts: 1,905Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    Gretchen wrote:
    'pends who's calling me ....

    Each of you gals send ME $2 for each call and I will wake you up with a bright cheery voice each time.

    I vote NO.
    ~Two friends, one soul inspired~ anonymous
  • goldygoldy Posts: 5,463Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    nope. especially not when i have an alarm clock, an alarm on my cell phone, and a wake up on my tv.
    if i didn't have any of the above and needed a wake up call i would ask a friend or two for the favor :)
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  • untamedcurlzuntamedcurlz Posts: 36Registered Users
    I wonder how the business is doing.....
    :?:
  • JessicurlJessicurl Posts: 401Registered Users
    Gretchen wrote:
    'pends who's calling me ....


    OMG, my DH has a friend with THE MOST amazing voice EVER. I'd pay up to $5.00 to have HIM call and wake me up! ;) Actually, the first time I talked to him (on the phone, on our wedding day!), I asked if he'd call me and read me bed time stories. ;) His voice sounds like ... like ... something all warm and drippy sweet. ;)
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  • SherryLSherryL Posts: 82Registered Users
    Nope! Not when I can pay $4 for a travel sized alarm clock at Wal-Mart. :roll:
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  • kurlykittykurlykitty Posts: 162Registered Users
    No.

    However, if the wakeup call was from Patrick Stewart, that'd be a different story. ;)

    Although if I did get a wakeup call from Patrick Stewart, I'd probably end up back in bed for... um... a few minutes longer to... uh... never mind...
    "Beware the man of one book." --Latin proverb
  • mandyvmandyv Posts: 2,437Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    Only if it comes with a cup of coffee.
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  • PartyHairPartyHair Posts: 7,713Registered Users
    I wonder how the business is doing.....
    :?:

    Probably ok. People pay for the most amazing things.

    I wouldn't pay for it - what's the use? I hit snooze a million times; if I just had one wakeup call I'd never get to work before noon.
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  • untamedcurlzuntamedcurlz Posts: 36Registered Users
    Probably ok. People pay for the most amazing things.


    You are probably right. I guess it will be the most useful when you are travelling but otherwise - alarm clock works. But there are those days where you just cannot hear the alarm.....
  • StephSStephS Posts: 352Registered Users
    I'd pay tree-fitty.
  • PartyHairPartyHair Posts: 7,713Registered Users
    StephS wrote:
    I'd pay tree-fitty.

    Gimme your number! :lol:
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  • PoodleheadPoodlehead Posts: 6,959Registered Users
    naturalt wrote:
    It depends on where I am, how important it is that I get up, and how reliable the available alarm clock is.

    I agree. It's not something I'd use every day, but for something important, it might be worth it.
    Minneapolis, MN
  • curls&swirlscurls&swirls Posts: 70Registered Users
    If I'm in a motel, the desk will do a wakeup call for free. At home I have an alarm clock. For $2 I can get a venti Starbucks to wake me up. Who needs a phone call? :P
    Don't keep up with the Joneses....drag them down to your level--Quentin Crisp
  • EliciaElicia Posts: 881Registered Users
    nope. especially not when i have an alarm clock, an alarm on my cell phone, and a wake up on my tv.

    and i still wake up before anything rings .
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  • Confused CurlyConfused Curly Posts: 229Registered Users
    I was surfing the other day and came across this site that charges $2 to give you a wake up call. Would you pay $2 for it?

    WHY??? I have a perfectly good alarm clock that wakes me up at 6:12 a.m. every morning Mon-Fri. 6:12 means I get to hit "snooze twice and still get up at 6:30 a.m.

    I would probably ignore the phone anyway.
    Although if I did get a wakeup call from Patrick Stewart, I'd probably end up back in bed for... um... a few minutes longer to... uh... never mind...

    I was going to say it depended on who was doing the waking.

    Can you ask Patrick to send over Commander Riker circa 1989.
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