A while ago I've read that animals can enjoy life more than humans
because they never have to stop and answer the phone. Well it's no
longer true, according to Yahoo News:
[ A sea animal show at The Hakkeijima Sea Paradise aquarium-amusement
park complex in Yokohama, southwest of Tokyo featured a female Walrus
'Pico' 11-year-old, who is trained to use her mock cell phone. See
the clickable photo. ]
FreakingNews' version of the above news:
A telemarketer calls the aquarium-amusement complex in Tokyo.
TELEMARKETER: Hello. Are you paying too much for long distance?
WALRUS: You've got the wrong phone number, and I'm a friggin' walrus.
TELEMARKETER: If I got the wrong number, why did you answer the phone?
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This contest is fueled by the following news: As if it wasn't bad enough that people everywhere are using cell phones constantly, animals are now being trained to use cell phones. Take the case of Pico, an 11 year old female walrus. Pico can use a cell phone. Pico uses the cell phone during her performances as part of animal shows at Hakkeijima Sea Paradise. Hakkeijima is an aquarium and amusement park complex located in Yokohama. The city is due southwest of Tokyo.