Pick Pocket

Two guys are walking down a dark alley when a mugger approaches them and demands their money. They both grudgingly pull out their wallets and begin taking out their cash.
Just then, one guy turns to the other, hands him a bill, and says, “Hey, here’s that $20 I owe you.”

Jokes apart,
Today in the crowded bus, somebody picked my pocket and stole my phone. (so I would be without a cellphone or any electronics gadget for the next 30 days)
The strangest thing is that all throughout the trip, I was concerned by my wallet. One of my closest friend whose phone got stolen 6 months ago, also had the same feeling just before his phone was stolen. I wonder how often do we exhibit clairvoyance, getting a bad feeling just before something bad has happened.


25 thoughts on “Pick Pocket

  1. My mobile(which was a gift from my father) was stolen some three years back and it was immediately replaced(by my father) by a new one because I gave him the I-have-failed-you-as-a-son look for three days and then he couldn’t take it anymore. 😆


  2. @rainzz….
    well look at my plight, i am gadget free for the next 30 days.

    my god, you seriously did that? my parents would have given me all those long lectures on being responsible before even contemplating the idea that the cell phone can be replaced…
    neways the biggest inconvinience is that i have forgotten most of my friends phone numbers…


  3. a friend of mine once lost a phone
    he complained to the police, they took the complaint and shut the case
    most of them know which thief operates in which area in their beat, they simply demand a cut from him … this is India


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