Phantom vibrations, Anthony was right....

tourettesguy

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Baggy Spandex

This stinks and I don't like it.
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You and Ant are not alone, I too suffer from the phantom vibrations, as gay as that sounds.

....no homo...
 

pike

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I'm by no means a "mobile phone junky" .. actually I hate talking on the phone.. but I have definitely experienced this phenomenon. Freaks me out every time it happens.. probably a few times a month.

-Mike
 
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I've had that happen, but with my ringtones instead of the vibrations. I'll swear that I hear the phone ringing when it's in my pocket, but there's no incoming call or message. There have been times where that'll happen, and the phone really rings a few seconds later. That's usually when I try to move my couch with my mind. It hasn't worked yet.
 

Hydrosludge

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I do not own a cell phone, but there is no real surprise.

I recently played a stupid arcade style video game way too much and had to fall asleep seeing little swirly thingies with my eyes closed.

Did Microsoft write the operating system for our brains?