If you lose your phone on a plane, you can always count on the cabin staff to act professionally.
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Your phone provider will spring into action to help you and show you exactly why you pay $150 a month for a one bar signal.
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You can always count on your friends to realise that a text message isn’t the best way to let you know a good Samaritan has found your lost phone. 
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Thanks Gena, that helps a bunch seeing as someone else has my phone and all.

If a homeless man finds it, they’re going to take amazing selfies. 
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Your siblings would never think of misusing your phone. 
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Or your teachers for that matter.
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You can totally count on your brain to be at its peak during this time of immense emotional struggle. 
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The ‘thief’ might have logged into FaceBook.
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More likely, they’ll probably log into your Facebook.
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And they may even go into more detail than anyone ever asked for. 
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Or, they might have accidentally taken an embarrassing video trying to get past the lock screen. 
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Batman could return it (with a few extra selfies).
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Or Woody Harrelson, the Batman of ‘Cheers’
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If you’re into your grammar and leave your phone unattended, your friends totally won’t make your life a misery.
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If you lose it at Disneyland, it might make it into the hands of your favourite character. 
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Your room mates probably won’t leave any terrifying photos on it. 
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If you end up having to buy a new one, there could be amazing photos that the previous owner forgot to delete.
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It could restore your faith in humanity. 
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It’s a good chance to practice your Liam Neeson impression. 
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Sadly, sometimes a phone is just lost forever.
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But, even if it is a thousand miles away, you and your phone will always have the iCloud. 
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