The fun of mobile ringtones

Mobile ringtones are a fun way to personalize your phone. They can be customized to include your favorite songs or sounds, and they make your phone more fun to use. You can also get mobile ringtones that show the time or messages from friends. There are a lot of different options available, so you can find the perfect ringtone for you.


Types of Ringtones:

There are many types of ringtones available for your iPhone or Android phone. You can find everything from funny sound effects to classical music to motivational speeches. Some ringtones are free and some cost money, but the choice is really up to you. There are a lot of great options out there, so it's hard to go wrong.



Customizing Ringtones:

There's something intrinsically fun about picking a custom ringtone for your phone, whether it's a catchy tune or an audio mix expressly tailored to your needs. And while you could easily download and install them from the app store, there's something especially satisfying about creating your own. If you're feeling inspired, here are six easy tips on how to make mobile ringtones that'll have everyone tapping their feet:


1. Start with a catchy tune - One of the easiest ways to come up with a mobile ringtone that will get people tapping their feet is to choose a catchy tune. Your ringtone doesn't have to be too complicated, so long as it captures the listener's attention. If you're not sure what kind of tune you want, start with a few different options and then choose the one that fits best.

2. Use a simple beat - The best way to make your tune memorable is to use a simple beat. There's no need for complicated guitar riffs or any other kind of crazy music. Just start with something that sounds good and then you can add some flavor to it.

3. Use a well-known song - Whether it's a soulful tune or a rock anthem, there are plenty of songs that you can use to create your mobile ringtone. Just choose one that is catchy and then add your own personal touch to it.

4. Include a message - The one thing that people want to hear when they get a new ringtone is a message from you. If you want your tune to be memorable, include some kind of personal message.

5. Don't use the same song over and over again - This is a common mistake that people make when they're creating their own ringtones. Once you get an idea of how to create a tune, you can use it as many times as you want. But if you keep using the same song, all of your ringtones will start to sound alike and that's no good.

6. Don't use copyrighted material - This is a common mistake that people make when they're creating their own ringtone.


Downloading ringtone from websites:

One way to get a ringtone for your phone is to download it from websites. There are a lot of sites available like World Ringtones and you can find ringtones for just about any phone model. Just be sure to read the instructions on the site before downloading anything. Some sites will just let you download the ringtone file and allow you to make it your ringtone. Others will actually let you place them as a ringtone on your phone.


Using Ringback Tones:

If you want to make your phone call sound more high-quality, consider using ringback tones. Ringback tones are a special audio file that plays when someone answers their phone. They can add an extra level of quality to your phone call and make it more pleasing to the ear. There are a lot of great ringback tones available online, so be sure to find the perfect one for your needs.





There's something special about mobile ringtones that sets them apart from ordinary phone calls. They're music-filled snippets that can make any moment more fun, and there's no better way to show someone you care than with a cute little tune. Whether you're looking for something to put on when you're waiting in line or just want to add a little extra zing to your conversations, there's a ringtone designed for just about every mood. So go ahead and get creative – the fun of mobile ringtones is sure to keep you entertained!

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Rooster Rooster

Just For Fun

Rooster Rooster

Peck peck peck

Why is there a comb above your neck?

You have no hair upon your head

Why don’t you use a brush instead?


Rooster Rooster 

Scratch scratch scratch

When are your children going to hatch?

What’s the point of having you stay

If you’ll let your bloodline die away?


Rooster Rooster

Cluck cluck cluck

Who let your brood-hens run amuck?

There’s hawks and rats and fox out there

They’ll soon leave your chicken coop bare.


Rooster Rooster

Fluff fluff fluff

You apparently don’t know your stuff

If you don’t get your butt in gear

I’ll soon give you something to fear!


I’ll give you to KFC you little chicken nugget

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Just for fun

Building Windmills

Just For Fun

I wish that I could build windmills

In the vast and empty space between my ears

Maybe they would power my imagination

And feed my hopes and fears

I wish that I could plow the fields of my mind

And raise a bountiful crop

With lands and lands of growing ideas

Over hills and valleys until they drop

Into ravines and torrents of inspiration

Flowing through my very veins

Gushing, splashing onto paper

Roaring like oncoming trains

And blasting speedily through my write-block

Then coming steadily through my head

So I can be happy with my efforts


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All Hallows Eve

All Hallows Eve

By jfarrell


Tonight, many will dress as monsters

And go to parties and balls;

Three foot tall werewolves and vampires

Will ‘trick or treat’, door to door.


Mummies, zombies, glow-in-the-dark skeletons

Will bob for apples and eat soul cakes;

Pumpkins and fairgrounds everywhere;

And a constant litany of fireworks, in the background.


I think my scariest hallowe’en,

Was when I read ‘The Amityville Horror’ by candlelight;

Looked up at the window to see

Two ghostly eyes staring back at me.


Enjoy your ghostly antics tonight,

But, please try not to wake the dead, hehe;

Happy All Hallow’s Eve

To you all.


Author's Notes/Comments: 

happy hallween everyone

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By jfarrell



My first can of beer, or glass of wine,

Speaks to me;

She cries of how lonely she is, “Please don’t leave me all alone,”

And who could refuse such a damsel in distress;

So, with all the dignity of a Knight, preparing for battle,

I bravely open another.



The second can sings to me a sad song,

Full of failures and weaknesses, my failures and weaknesses,

And like George before the dragon I am driven to my knees.

I thrust, I parry, but this dragon is too much.

Then I hear my Siren; she sings to me from the third can,

The Popeye theme tune



And I know what I must do!

Like a can of spinach, I crush the can and catch the geyser;

With each caress of the beer, my clothes rip,

As my muscles grow

And Sir Drunkalot is to the rescue.



The answers may not be at the bottom of the glass….

But I have a hell of a lotta fun checking;

And I love my Sirens, their singing is so beautiful;

Drown, I will, willingly, again and again,

To chase my Sirens to the bottom of the glass.



Author's Notes/Comments: 


you all hear the voices too, don;t ya? :)

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Sustainable steps

Sustainable steps

  By jfarrell


Agency work is fun

And I am loving how synchronicitous it has been for me;

Having not worked for 17 years,

It’s let me get back into work, a bit at a time;

Sustainable steps.


Two shifts this week, three the next;

Two double shifts and a couple singles;

And a fun one tonight,

That’s left me too scared to sleep.


Got home from football job very late,

And gotta be at cricket job very early;

I don’t think I will wake up in four hours for work, too knackered;

But, I dare not be late.


Really hoping lotsa coffee, bunch of caffeine pills

And caffeine energy drink will “give me wings”

And fly through tomorrow’s 8am til 11pm shift;

“make or break” comes to mind.


I’m a 49 year old man who hasn’t worked in 17 years;

Who desperately needs to return to full-time work; with overtime;


I am really hoping this is a sustainable step :)


(been with agency 2 months now - love it)


Author's Notes/Comments: 

cricket - is that the one with a big bat? all sports loook the same to me :)

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If I Were President



His plan to run for president is to trick them into thinking he’s the best they can get. 


His campaign call is to build a wall, claiming without it, the country will fall. 


He sings a song to lock the doors, with a refrain that says, "Let in no more".


However, give the key to those who look like me.

He says, that campaign will work for me.


He’ll plant no seeds of hope and care, but place acres and acres of tares and despair.


Adding to his song a chorus:

“The way to maintain peace, is to ban the Middle East"

A catchy phrase that's bound to amaze.


Keep them singing and they will miss the true meaning.

When the singing stops, he will have done his part, and found his seat where Barack use to sleep. 


The hell with trade, listen to him and we've got it made. 

The way to win the race is to point fingers, and claim disgrace.


Experience and accomplishment does not a president make.

It's all about the money; don't you get that yet?


It's slight of hand and misdirection.

To the Oval Office is where he’s meant.

Make no mistake he’s headed in that direction.

An investment in his own future is the end in all of this.


If a few of you can sing his song and follow along, jump on the bandwagon and sing the daylong.

If you don't know the words, fake it, it’s usually how he makes it.


Just remember one simple trick, pick a group, doesn't matter who, make them the bad guy, doesn't matter if it's true.

It's good to have to deflect off of you.

Add them to the song and keep singing along, with a catchy beat, he will never meet defeat.

Please lock the door behind you! 

From the well...

The crooked narrow shadows,


mark the wayward son.

Through the night,

bent left-bent right,

after sets the sun.

Come my boy,

who beams with joy,

when lifts the veil the deep the dark the well.


Author's Notes/Comments: 

Happy Halloween.

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We Remember

On the count of three, we sprinted away

From danger. Our feet tripped over the banks

Of white with snowshoes – homemade by duct-taped

Plywood. A ravenous polar bear nipped

At our heels, and the flurries burned my cheeks.

I twisted my head to look to my side;

A young image of Dad jogging close behind,

Smiling, describing winter’s adventure.

Author's Notes/Comments: 

a little poem dedicated to my favorite childhood memories with my father, enjoy! Comment with feedback or a story of your own to tell!

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