In the older times, we used to mug up the phone numbers of those whom we used to call frequently and wrote down the numbers of others in a diary which we used to keep with us. However with the advent of smartphones, it has become very easy for us to save the phone numbers of as many people as we want. The smartphones have made us smart as well because now we don’t need to remember any number as we can easily dial the number by searching the name in the contact list.
But everyone has his own style of saving the numbers as some people like to save the number by writing the full name while several others write only first name and there are few who save phone numbers by the nickname.
Recently, the writer Jennifer Wortman has made a tweet that her hubby has saved her contact in her phone with her full name. Her tweet read, “Today I discovered my husband has me in his phone as “Jennifer Wortman.”
Today I discovered my husband has me in his phone as “Jennifer Wortman.”
— Jennifer Wortman (@wrefinnej) January 30, 2021
Soon other Twitter users started telling about the nicknames used by their loved ones for saving the phone numbers and you would not want to miss these hilarious tweets:
When my 24 yo daughter was a teenager 14-15 she had me as “Momma Girl” 🤷🏻♀️
— 🇺🇸LatinaMomInLA🇲🇽 (@LatinaMomInLA) January 31, 2021
My youngest daughter has me listed in her phone as Momatron lol
— Karen, but not THAT Karen 🇨🇦 (@karefreeone) February 1, 2021
— Jonathon Norcross (@JonNorcross) January 31, 2021
Dad listed as bank account..
— Yann (@yann20011960) January 31, 2021
In my daughter’s phone I’m listed as Birthgiver
— Dr. Liza Wieland (@LizaWieland) January 30, 2021
My youngest listed me as BioMom, so I changed theirs to BioOffspring, which, in fact… they loved & it cracked them up. So 🤷🏼♀️.
— Elena J 🏳️🌈 (@elena_SF_CA) January 31, 2021
Could be worse. One of my identical twins has the other twin in his phone as “spare parts.”
— Jon Birger, author (@jonbirger1) January 31, 2021
Full name for my husband, which I finally changed from “OK Cupid Guy #3” after five years of marriage.
— Allison K Williams (@GuerillaMemoir) January 30, 2021
My partner still has "from Tinder" at the end of my name in their contacts. It's been nearly 3 years. https://t.co/LobQI90jhy
— W.F. Thomas (@W_F_Thomas) January 31, 2021
I helped a woman in a car accident call her husband to let him know what happened. He was saved as "my hot boyfriend" https://t.co/cb8DuzqpE3
— Dr. Kat Milligan-Myhre ❄️ (@Napaaqtuk) January 31, 2021
Whenever I ask Siri to “Call my wife” she responds “Which wife?” Apparently, my wife is in my phone twice somehow. It cracks me up each time, so I don’t fix it.
— dp (@punadviser) January 31, 2021
! . my daughter has me in her phone as 'my creator'
— wiseoldsnail (@wiseoldsnail) January 31, 2021
I was on my partner's phone as Greg 2 for several years because she was also friendly with someone called "Greg the Mess" https://t.co/UKS1KyYks4
— Greg Thomas (@Gregchthomas) January 31, 2021
I am in my husband's phone as 'Kelly's friend Christina'.
— Christina Easton (@ChrEaston) January 31, 2021
This is so funny. Eldest has me in their phone as Mothership 🥰😂😂 https://t.co/wBaUI2nliJ
— Sam Blake (@samblakebooks) January 31, 2021
However, there are some precautions which everyone should follow while saving numbers such as never save the numbers by the name of the relation because it may cause a problem if the phone gets stolen.
How do you save the phone numbers of your loved ones? Do you have any interesting incident to share with us in regard to this?