Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Cell Phone Makeover Game

Cell phones are everywhere these days in all sorts of shapes, sizes, colors and designs to fit your style. If you are looking for a cell phone that's just right for you it can sometimes be a daunting task because there are so many varieties available. The new modern cell phone are often sleek and slim in design and can fit into the palm of your hand. Remember those sort of chunky, boxy cell phones from the 80's that were just a basic phone before they were more widely available as they are now with all of the fancy features like cameras, videos, email, text messaging and internet? I remember they were always in one color, black and sort of had that square boxy shape and now they seem nostalgic that it was so many years ago and rarely do you see anyone now with one these days. Well now there is this cool website at Makeover for Dusty http://makeover.yourwirelesssource.com/ where you can give that 1985 Motorola brick phone makeup, a makeover. You can create your own Dusty cell phone. That's right, you can sparkle and jazz him up any way you like with all sorts of accessories, glitz and bling. And the music on the website is really cool also. The Makeover for Dusty website is really fun. You can pick all sorts of things to add to Dusty; hair, eyes, mouth, really fun clothes, jewelry and other accessories. And there are lots of different, interesting places and backgrounds that Dusty can visit and hang out in also. Dusty can even go to the gym and work out if you choose for him to do so. And after you are finished creating and dressing your cell phone Dusty up, you can have your friends vote on him. http://makeover.yourwirelesssource.com/ has some pretty funny makeovers in their Dusty Photo Gallery. You can click on the stars and rate the competition. The Emeril DeDusty with the chef hat and cooking outfit is funny and the Dusty Knob looks really cool too. In addition to the 1985 cell phone makeover, you'll also get a 10% off coupon code for cell phone accessories. This is a sponsored review.


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