|Dreamy!!! (by forestgum, Jul 19th, 2007)
What a dreamy season for a romantic picnic! Yeah, spring is the best season of the year in which all of nature starts to wake up and come live again.
|Romantic (by nautin, Jul 11th, 2007)
It is really romantic! I will send it to my friends.
|Lively thing..... (by kitty, Jul 10th, 2007)
I heard that one before. Sounds really kool !!!!
|So sad!!! (by billyoung, Jul 8th, 2007)
I love it. It remind me my happy memories with my honey
|What a Spring (by Xtina, Jan 30th, 2007)
Remind me of our trip last Spring break with my sweetie.
Not text, but tunes this year
The days of sending text messages like TOY (Thinking of you), 4EAE (For ever and
ever) are waning as young couples discover that mobile technology can go much
further. From trying to find the perfect ringtone downloads to sending romantic
caller tunes, group graphics, photo SMSes, nostalgic video clips and pink
wallpaper — youngsters are taking cell phone technology to a new level this
Many Bangaloreans are planning to use their mobile phones to the fullest this
year. Some plan to browse through music lists for the most romantic songs,
others are composing the sweetest texts they can think of, while a few are on
the hunt for photographs that can convey their deepest feelings. And as an
unusual gesture, some couples also plan to switch off their cellphones for the
day, so as to give their partners some undivided attention.
Says actor singer Sunil Raoh, "Valentine's Day this year will centre around
chatting and texting on the phone. As for me, I plan to take a picture of a
bunch of beautiful flowers and a box of chocolates and send it to the special
people in my life. Of course, I will follow it up with real flowers and
chocolates to make the gesture more complete."
Actor and TV host Avinash Bharadwaj plans to dedicate a song to his Valentine.
"A song would be more meaningful than an SMS. I find that sending an SMS is too
staid now and because you can send group messages, it does not have much
meaning. But a song is so personal, and these days, I can also specify the time
I want the songs to be sent. And though the charges of sending a song are
computed per second, I think it's worth every paisa."
MBA student Kenneth George will stick to sending SMSes this year. "I'll send
messages to all my friends but I'll make sure I personalise the text. I think
sending cards were popular only during our school days and I still see many
school kids sending cards. Now that we're in college, we'd much rather use the
phone for everything."
For copy writer Prabodh Ballal, it's going to be a day when he's going to get
creative. "I usually get a lot of forwards for every festival on my phone which
really irritates me," he says. "So this time, I'm going to make a template in
the morning of what I want to convey and send it to everyone. It will be a
special message because I'm a writer and a poet. I'll make sure the message is
wild and wacky. I think that sending music or ringtones is a sweet gesture but
it can be annoying when you are at work. So, it's important to send such
messages at the right time."
According to Jacob Perez, vice president, sales and marketing of a mobile
service provider, there's a lot that can be done over the cell phone this year.
"This Valentine's day, you can gift music via a mobile phone and add a
personalised prerecorded message to it.
For instance, if you choose a love song, you can add a tag from the many choices
that are offered to you and it becomes more than a mere song for the person who
receives it. You could also gift a caller tune or record a song from a radio and
send it to someone. Special wallpapers can also be sent via phone. There are so
many choices open to youngsters this year."