Hello, cheese? NO! Cheese can’t dial a phone.

…Nor can it play the piano. Stella likes the Virtuoso Piano app, but for some reason she got very frustrated when her fake slice of cheese (made out of felt) did not produce sound. At least, that’s what I *think* she was getting frustrated with. After all, her various cries have become a language of their own, which makes me her master interpreter. A subtle change inflection can mean the difference between “I’m hungry,” “I’m angry,” “I’m angry because I’m hungry,” and in rare cases, “I’m hungry because I’m angry!” Now that I’ve experienced it from both sides, I’ve come to better appreciate the delicate patience required for this primal communication!

As for the title of this post, I had the chance to reference The State, and I took it—primarily because I hope to make 50% of my readership smile from the line.*

*I know for sure that two of you read this, and one of you is Sara!

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Posted on June 13, 2011, in 12 months, App Reviews, video and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Yes, I read this religiously, and yes, the subject made me smile. I’m no expert in baby cries, but it sounds to me like she forgot her umbrella, and needs to borrow one.

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