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Coolest Mobile Phone Ringtones


Written on 2/04/2009 02:54:00 PM by poison_ivy

Okay, so mobile ringtones are not limited to MP3 songs. In fact, the coolest ringtones that I use are not MP3 songs but unique songs, sounds, or phrases from cartoon characters. I mean, the purpose of ringtones is to set you apart, right? So that when you mobile phone rings, you will be able to distinguish it from other mobile phones that are ringing when you're in the subway or bus.

Anyways, here are some of my favorite ringtones to use. You can download ringtones everywhere on the net. I won't be linking to some of these ringtones since the sites which host them might not have any license to distribute them. Anyways, you can always Google them:

  • The Mosquito Ringtone - A teenager's favorite ringtone. The high pitched sound is barely audible for adults but teenagers can hear it loud and clear. Perfect to use when you're in the classroom and you don't want to turn your phone in the silent mode.

  • Spongebob theme songs - Okay, so Spongebob is my favorite cartoon. He's the epitome of stupidity but still cute so naturally, I have to have the ringtone for the theme song. There are several episodes that have songs in them too, one of my favorite Spongebob songs was "ripped my pants" and I actually had to extract the MP3 audio from a YouTube video just so I can have it as a ringtone.

  • Famous Phrases - So you just heard a witty one-liner from a movie you just saw and you want it to be your ringtone? You can do that but since it's a specific line, you probably have to extract it from a video source before you can play it as a ringtone.

  • The Voice of London Underground - Back in November of 2007, the voice of the London Underground was sacked for recording several funny phrases. Some of the phrases include: "We would like to remind our American tourist friends that you are almost certainly talking too loudly." and * "Would the passenger in the red shirt pretending to read the paper but who is actually staring at that woman's chest please stop. You are not fooling anyone, you filthy pervert." You can download these phrases at Emma Clarke's blog.

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1 Comment

  1. Anonymous |

    Thanks for the great tutorial. Way better than payin'.


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