Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones are setting the world on fire… literally
If you have been living under a massive rock, Samsung galaxy phones are experiencing a very minor bug these days. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones just kinda magically turn into hand grenades and BOOM! they explode on the spot. Yes, of course, 99.6% of the people are too focused on iPhone 7, headphones and the missing jack right now, but after these “explosive” results, you might want to shift your attention.
Their stock is plummeting and they are too desperate to find a reliable fix and cherry on the top, they have been banned from usage on airplanes.
Meanwhile, the internet is going crazy and doing its best to keep the jokes lit af because that’s what internet does. If you’re reading this on a galaxy note 7, you will probably blast…. with laughter.
Now you don’t need an app on Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to burst firecrackers this Diwali.
— Shirish Kunder (@ShirishKunder) September 10, 2016
ISIS has claimed the responsibility of note 7 explodes.
— N (@whyybitch) September 11, 2016
thinking about buying a galaxy note 7 just to add some excitement to my life
— andy levy (@andylevy) September 10, 2016
It’s high time I gift my ex something on his birthday. How much is the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for?
— a girl has no name (@BarbieGiri) September 10, 2016
New ad for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 pic.twitter.com/RG2o8CjtE5
— Mr. Drinks On Me (@Mr_DrinksOnMe) September 12, 2016
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Now available in Black. pic.twitter.com/E5sxm31JT0
— not Jony Ive (@JonyIveParody) September 13, 2016
News 2 days ago – Samsung Galaxy Note 7 sales are exploding
News Today – Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones are exploding pic.twitter.com/gkiQ89fsby
— Sagar (@sagarcasm) September 2, 2016
Charging your Galaxy Note 7 (Not my photo) ??? pic.twitter.com/PI8gHT7U0O
— nyn (@UniqueIdiot_) September 3, 2016
That awkward moment when Pakistanis are making bomb jokes on #GalaxyNote7
— mediocre gandhi (@drpoonam) September 11, 2016
— Fais Un Sourire (@Muskurahateinn) September 11, 2016
The new Samsung Galaxy 7 is water resistant, which comes in handy when you’re trying to extinguish it from being on fire.
— Tim Hanlon (@TimfromDa70s) September 12, 2016
As it turns out, using it underwater is the only safe way to use a Galaxy Note 7. pic.twitter.com/CXW81TvAaI
— Paul Thurrott (@thurrott) September 2, 2016
Found the perfect case for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7: pic.twitter.com/OnAY7rJB0P
— not Jony Ive (@JonyIveParody) September 3, 2016
— 9GAG (@9GAG) September 7, 2016