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When You Step On An Upside-Down iPhone Charger

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This is a picture of super cool haired pop/rock singer Ryan Cabrera's foot after stepping on his iPhone charger in the dark. I don't know about you, but I'm never taking my shoes off again. As a matter of fact, I'm going to start wearing a pair of boots OVER my shoes. "What about in the shower?" In the shower I will also add a pair of rain boots. "And in bed?" In the bed I'll be knockin' boots. HIYO! That's slang for having the sex by the way, I'm not actually going to be banging boots together trying to knock mud off the bottoms. Was that slang for anal play? Maybe so!

Thanks to A & N, who have allegedly seen Ryan Cabrera in real life before. Was he dreamy?!

There are Comments.
  • Shane Smith

    I don't care about the pain in the foot but more so the pain in the pocket to replace it

  • Joe Ferschke

    The only reason this happened is because he is either too stupid or too lazy to put shit away, because he has a "person" for that.

  • MustacheHam

    Next on When Computers Attack, we have a story on this assassin of the dark -- the iPhone charger.

  • Carissa Lynn Van Raak

    This has almost happened to me. I don't even like to think about it, but the prongs punctured my foot (not as bad as this though)

  • Guest

    you should have left it in there long enough to see if the current light lit. for science. we know the potato alarmclock but what of the human phone charger?

  • Michael Knight

    uhm... or you could pick up all the stuff on your floor and not be a slob.

  • Aalok

    I agree that people who don't pick up after themselves are slobs, but he stepped on one iPhone charger. In the pic all you can see is his feet, hand, charger, and a tiny amount of his floor (which looks relatively uncluttered). Maybe you should try being a little less judgmental?

  • Michael Phillips

    Why wasn't it plugged in?!

  • Aalok

    Well, I actually bothered to click the link to his twitter, and he tells you that he had no power for two days. I'm assuming he unplugged it, probably took it to a friend's house to charge, brought it back later, tossed it next to the area he usually keeps it in, but didn't plug it back in. Just a guess.

  • adsfasdfasdf

    and you thought the vasectomy would protect you from lego in the night

  • nanCY

    And we need to know about this guy's foot WHY??

  • Guest

    because hes the new censorship-happy gw(apparently we switched writers *again*) and he has two lame nonsaurian kinds of fetish: foot and exhibitionist:(

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    I liked more the one into dinos and morbid obese.

  • Jared Gonzales

    Exactly. When I think GW, I think Dino-Bonin'!

  • Guest

    me too, i hope he comes back

  • Ollie Williams

    Weird. First time I've had a comment removed by GW. I feel special.

  • Weird. I didn't think that was a thing. I've said some weird shit here in the past.

  • adsfasdfasdf

    same. i just recently had this big long offensive comment on the meat tent page about mangled vaginas bestiality and rape, and that was totally fine and still up. the guy I was replying to posting actual photos of a vagina was also fine.

    contrasting that to this week: i make one civil enough comment disputing the post "and now lifesaving miracle blood has to stop because bible" and suddenly deletion is a thing that happens here.
    ________________________________
    i tried flagging another post as an experiment to see if it was some kind of new automatic thing(maybe the dude that replied to me shortly before it vanished was a dick?) but nope

  • Kaizer Chief

    Me? A dick? No.

  • adsfasdfasdf

    not you, the other post(the one that got deleted. i was saying i considered the theory the guy was a bad sport and flagged me because i disagreed, but it didn't pan out because flagging posts didn't get anything else moderated).

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