View Poll Results: Would you pay $2 or $3 for a wake up call?
Yes, I can really use a wake up call 1 1.82%
No, Are you crazy?? 53 96.36%
Not $3 but I will pay $2 1 1.82%
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$2?!

I was surfing the other day and came across this site that charges $2 to give you a wake up call. Would you pay $2 for it?
'pends who's calling me ....
Gretchen
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This is why I have an alarm clock.
Originally Posted by MizKerri
exactly.

'pends who's calling me ....
Originally Posted by Gretchen
and exactly.

"In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer."

4a, mbl, low porosity, normal thickness, fine hair.
It depends on where I am, how important it is that I get up, and how reliable the available alarm clock is.
'pends who's calling me ....
Originally Posted by Gretchen
Each of you gals send ME $2 for each call and I will wake you up with a bright cheery voice each time.

I vote NO.
~Two friends, one soul inspired~ anonymous
nope. especially not when i have an alarm clock, an alarm on my cell phone, and a wake up on my tv.
if i didn't have any of the above and needed a wake up call i would ask a friend or two for the favor
'pends who's calling me ....
Originally Posted by Gretchen

OMG, my DH has a friend with THE MOST amazing voice EVER. I'd pay up to $5.00 to have HIM call and wake me up! Actually, the first time I talked to him (on the phone, on our wedding day!), I asked if he'd call me and read me bed time stories. His voice sounds like ... like ... something all warm and drippy sweet.
If you're not going to make your dreams epic, why bother to dream anything at all? -Scott Miller
Nope! Not when I can pay $4 for a travel sized alarm clock at Wal-Mart.
3a, BSL, color treated/highlighted, fine strands (but lots of them), high porosity
Routine: Modified CG, protein lover
Location: South Florida


I'm a curly-headed runner, triathlete and foodie! Sweat, chlorine, sun... my hair gets tortured by it daily. It somehow always manages to 'bounce' another day!
No.

However, if the wakeup call was from Patrick Stewart, that'd be a different story.

Although if I did get a wakeup call from Patrick Stewart, I'd probably end up back in bed for... um... a few minutes longer to... uh... never mind...
"Beware the man of one book." --Latin proverb
Only if it comes with a cup of coffee.
I wonder how the business is doing.....
Originally Posted by untamedcurlz
Probably ok. People pay for the most amazing things.

I wouldn't pay for it - what's the use? I hit snooze a million times; if I just had one wakeup call I'd never get to work before noon.
Probably ok. People pay for the most amazing things.


You are probably right. I guess it will be the most useful when you are travelling but otherwise - alarm clock works. But there are those days where you just cannot hear the alarm.....
I'd pay tree-fitty.
Originally Posted by StephS
Gimme your number!
It depends on where I am, how important it is that I get up, and how reliable the available alarm clock is.
Originally Posted by naturalt
I agree. It's not something I'd use every day, but for something important, it might be worth it.
If I'm in a motel, the desk will do a wakeup call for free. At home I have an alarm clock. For $2 I can get a venti Starbucks to wake me up. Who needs a phone call? :P
nope. especially not when i have an alarm clock, an alarm on my cell phone, and a wake up on my tv.
and i still wake up before anything rings .
I was surfing the other day and came across this site that charges $2 to give you a wake up call. Would you pay $2 for it?
Originally Posted by untamedcurlz
WHY??? I have a perfectly good alarm clock that wakes me up at 6:12 a.m. every morning Mon-Fri. 6:12 means I get to hit "snooze twice and still get up at 6:30 a.m.

I would probably ignore the phone anyway.

Although if I did get a wakeup call from Patrick Stewart, I'd probably end up back in bed for... um... a few minutes longer to... uh... never mind...
I was going to say it depended on who was doing the waking.

Can you ask Patrick to send over Commander Riker circa 1989.
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