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The Late Galaxy S7

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I am walking up the stairs towards my apartment entrance. Being the typical Hispanic man that I am, I carried ALL eight grocery bags in one trip upstairs. Why make two trips when I can fit it into one? Well, while walking upstairs my Galaxy S7 decides to escape my back pocket.

 

I hear the sound of the phone hitting the floor, and suddenly, what I saw, appeared as if I was in a slow-motion film. The phone falls, an entire corner of the glass comes off and continues down one step, and another, and another.... In what seemed like an eternity, it bounced off several steps before crashing into the bottom floor and with each bounce, glass flying nearby.

 

I stare down, sigh, take the keys out of my mouth, open my door, and begin unpacking and placing the groceries where they belong. 

 

Once done, I get my car keys, walk downstairs, pick up the now dead phone, and make my way towards the nearest T-Mobile store. I am due for an upgrade I suppose. 

 

"Which iPhone would you like?"

 

"Hmm. I'd like the fastest one with the best camera possible."

 

"iPhone 8 Plus."

 

"I'll take it."