Hysterical Woman Has EPIC Meltdown On Subway Because Her Phone Died

by 5 years ago

Despite all of the wondrous technological advances that have been bestowed upon cell phones, they still can’t figure out how to make a battery that will last the entire day. So we’re often stuck giving our phones a quick charge here and there because we desperately don’t want to be stuck in public without our four-inch screen to entertain us. If your phone dies you’ll be stuck in your shitty regular existence and you may even have to interact with other humans. This woman knows the struggle is real and she doesn’t handle the dire situation very well.

We take you to a subway in Hong Kong where a woman is on a crowded train when disaster strikes; her phone battery dies. She knows that without her smart phone she may have to talk to other people. However the only other people that are not intently gazing at their phones are old people who will talk to you about their grandchildren learning how to swim and crazy people.

The harsh reality settles that she will have to sit in the train without any entertainment. That means that for her entire 18 minute ride home, she will not be able to check Facebook to see if the guy she has a crush on left a comment on her selfie. She will not have the opportunity to see if anyone liked her Kale, Quinoa, and Avocado Salad with Lemon Dijon Vinaigrette got on Instagram.


So she just put her phone into her purse and starred at the floor, trying not to make eye contact with any creepers. Just kidding. She had a massive and ear-splitting meltdown. She shrieks and stomps her feet in a very disturbing tantrum.

If only her phone was powered by screams of insanity, that shit would have been fully charged in 30 seconds.

Don’t even fucking lie, this is the exact same reaction that you have when your phone dies in a public place and you don’t have access to a charger. Just the slight difference is that you have enough sanity to contain those screams of anguish in your head and not for the entire world to see.


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