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    Chykaolive ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Ahaaa!!! let me go create an account there (Gravatar.com). And thanks guys for the comments **runs away**

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    says:

    I feel the phone ringtone being used by an individual is a contributory factor to defining the individual’s personality. The volume also matters. Most times the phone model and how its being used also matters.
    My ringtone is a Jazz clip by Dave Coz and its volume is usually half way.. Quite calm

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    Olamide,

    Create an account at Gravatar.com with the email address that you use here, upload a picture to that account and attach it to that email address. Your picture will display on any WordPress blog that you comment on if you use that email address.

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    Saiddigge ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Actually I like it if I don’t expect a jazzy ringtone on someone’s phone and I hear such.

    @Spacyzuma Black Eyed Piece’s ‘Pump It’ ain’t so unique, I’ve heard it used before. But the others, you try small 😀

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    EyeBeeKay says:

    as long as the ringtone is not inappropriately loud at the wrong time in the wrong place, I guess it is just like signature. your style. nobody defines style but you!

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    Noni ( User Karma: 1 ) says:

    There is no such thing as a “unique” ring tone unless it’s a sound you’ve created it yourself. Ringtones, like phones, do not change my perspective of a person in any setting. I used to work with someone whose ringtone was “Mr Big Stuff”. It didn’t matter whose company he was in, that was his ringtone and the most he’d do is mute it in meetings, but never changed it.

    Most of our noise pollution comes from vehicles and music, and it has been so long before mobile phones entered the scene.

    “Phones annoying and time wasting”? Annoying when you have to endure someone else’s music and conversation, time wasting only when they don’t do/behave like we’d like them to.

    As for my ringtone – it depends. At least when my phone rings I know it’s my phone and not someone else’s!

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    ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    I’ve always used distinct ringtones on my smartphones. I take time to use music that is unique to my memory; music that I’m sure most Nigerians will not use. I also use programs (Format Factory) to extract the particular part of the song that I desire.

    eg of my ringtones are:

    my ex-N8: The theme song of The Boondocks tv series (by Asheru)
    my Blaze: The theme song of Ducktales cartoon (from the early 1990s)
    my BB: The main soundtrack of Madagascar 2 – “I like to move it”
    my N9: Fergie’s solo voice from 2:45 – 3:09 in Black Eyed Peas’ “Pump It”

    See how unique they are? :)

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    ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Nice piece, I think this saying goes ” dress the way you want to be addresses” also applies to ringtones, so peeps usually have annoying ringtones, imagine your phone rings and the ringtone tone is ORI E FO KA SI BE? I just label you as eazz immediately. I think RInGTONES actualy dipicts one’s personality, I have 2phones, a blackberry (Great and Mighty God -By Joe Praiz as the ringtone ) and a dual SIM android phone (SIM 1: Asiko by Dare ft Ice Prince and Mo eazy) SIM 2 ( Ile ijo by MyD)

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