Rock Wit'cha: How The Sexy BlackBerry Z30 Became My New Bedmate

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Sexy - BlackBerry Z30

It is said that every journey is easier when in the company of friendship – or love. Living in this world can be tough. Imagine being serenaded every night with the rich, full soulful music. You sleep sound. You sleep peacefully. You wake up ready to take on the world.

Imagine a companion that sings to you what you want to hear, touching your heart like no other, yet demanding nothing, and giving you no attitude. It has been said that man’s best friend is the dog. Today, I announce that man’s best lover is the smartphone. In my case, the Z30 is a very seductive enchantress that has won her way into my bed. Every night, we sing together. At work and at play during the day too, we rock and roll.

A friend of mine was around yesterday and I gave him the shock of his life when I played music out for him on the Z30. His jaw simply dropped and got stuck for several moments. The stereo speakers on the Z30 are just that awesome. So, every night now, the Z30 and I get in bed together. I drift off to sleep, the sweet, calming music playing softly, massaging my senses into the most pleasant sleep ever. I used to go to bed at night with soft music playing many years back. Then I stopped for whatever reason. I guess that I am experiencing a renaissance, because now I am back to doing it. The lovely sound is what I wake up to as well in the morning.

Here is a lovely serenade dedicated to the soothing music prowess of the BlackBerry Z30. This is the chorus from Bobby Brown’s Rock Wit’cha from way back in 1989:

I wanna rock wit’cha baby all night long
I wanna roll wit’cha lady feeling so srong
I wanna rock wit’cha baby all night long
rocking rolling, rolling rock
making sweet love dont you ever stop no ohh no

I remember listening to this song day after day back in my school days. I’m an eternal fan of Bobby Brown! And of the BlackBerry Z30 too. “Ooo how ’bout a little music now. Let’s hear some Marvin Gaye yeah….”


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One comment

  1. Hmm.

    Me, I prefer the raucous, grating croak of a real life voluptuous, curvaceous human, cooing in my ears… to the mellifluous tones emanating from a lump of inanimate plastic.

    Yea. Am odd, I know…

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