Life of a stranger who stole my phone

5 Aug

Life of a stranger who stole my phone is a rather funny tumblr site which came about because a thief who stole a phone in Ibiza didn’t realise he had to switch off the automatic document upload function.

So all the photographs he has taken since stealing the phone have been uploaded to the original owner’s dropbox and then put up online.

The site is alright but the comic potential swiftly exhausted. The phone owner produces the occasional funny title, and then the occasional boring comic description.

Don’t stop though! Scroll down to the comments at the bottom of the page and that’s when it really gets funny. Now creepy Habib, the thief who stole a phone from a skinny dipping girl who was too drunk to realise that the person lying under the deck chair wasn’t her friend (these are her words I swear!) has decided he can make friends with her.

He’s left a comment on the tumblr page offering to return her phone. The people who responded to him had me in stitches.

Habib stranger who stole my phone

2 Responses to “Life of a stranger who stole my phone”

  1. Rokeby Lynch August 5, 2013 at 7:11 pm #

    What enormous feet he has!

  2. barcelonamenu August 20, 2013 at 1:04 am #

    Now I’m trawling through Hafid comments and it’s all gone a bit Malkovich! Thanks for that.

    Glad to have stumbled onto your blog, cool.

    Did you ever go to Miriot? I wrote that review on HolaYessica. I reckon you’d have some more recommendations for menus round the city too, hit me up- we’ve stalled a bit and could do with some new blood.

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