Well, let me just clarify: my phone is super intelligent. It’s not because I have a super cool brand or the latest of the latest or some super secret prototype made by the Chinese government. It’s because I feed it knowledge to assist me in my everyday needs. And in turn my very well-educated phone became super intelligent, like me! I can’t help it my phone is smarter than yours. I really can’t, I’m sorry. Maybe if you were a better owner and took it for walks or showed it some attention now and then it would learn something.
My phone loves me so much. Just today it taught me some very insightful things about the food I eat. Not just when I get it home but before I even buy it at the store. Let me tell you a story:
So here I am slaving away at work, all of a sudden the big voice in the building calls for all cashiers to come to the front to assist with the huge line snaking around the store. Of course I head up to help (as a good employee would). I get “stuck” up front helping for over an hour. Now I’m a fast cashier but these people kept coming and coming. I swore they were just showing up because they all heard I was ringing today.
Anyway, I had this one customer that brought his daughter with him to shop. She was being such a great help to him as his fat ass watched her unload the grocery cart. It took forever!!!!! She took at least a minute to place each item on the belt. As she placed each item on the belt she would say a letter. I was a bit confused but I was also preoccupied because I just wanted to not stand there in my most uncomfortable steel toed boots. There goes another box and she says “B-“. I was trying to think of a way to ask the dad what she was doing and not sound like I was peeved at her taking so long.
Finally after the millionth item I was done with them. The girl came over to stand next to dad. I looked down at her and asked “what was with all the alphabet stuff?” She held up a smart phone and proceeded to tell me about this app she was using…..
Ohhhhh, an app!
“OK, now we are talkin. What app were you using” I asked.
She mumbled something then just showed me her phone.
The app she was using is called Fooducate. Now, just so you know I don’t get anything from anyone if I tout this awesome app. This is just me giving an opinion. I don’t want to go on and on about what all this app can do. You can see for yourself at their site HERE.
I spent most of the night after work grading my pantry by scanning all the stuff in there. Then I attacked the refrigerator. I had some interesting finds. Some things were the total opposite that I thought. But over all I believe my fridge and pantry averaged a “B+” to an “A-“. I had a few items that dragged my grade down but who doesn’t?
So my bolgyblog friends, if you want to educate your phone as well as yourself, I suggest you check this cool app out and possibly add it to your healthy living toolbox.
Oh, almost forgot…..best part about this app…..IT’S FREE!!!!
Happy scanning my friends.