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When Your Phone Bill Kills You

When Your Phone Bill Kills You


– Mad fetus vibes. (laughs) (unicorn hoof beats) What up everyone, it’s
your girl Superwoman. And growing up there was
one thing that happened every single month that was
the biggest stress ever. The arrival of my phone bill. Hashtag first world problems. When I was younger I
used to be so terrified of the arrival of my phone
bill that I would straight up turn religious. That ever happen to you? When you were a kid and you
knew you was about to get whupped so hard so you’re like okay, let me try this God thing out real quick, just praying like Lord Jesus Christ please
save me in this time of need. I’m out here making saviors
up just like Bob, Jacob, George, Ashley, if you up
there please stop by my manger. – You’re not Christian. – I know but this is the only
religion that seems to work in horror movies. – Because those people are Christian. – Okay well I never seen
Krishna, I know exorcism, okay maybe Hollywood
should be more diverse. That’s because brown people
don’t get possessed, okay. We’re not scared of the devil,
we’re scared of our parents, which is why I was scared of my phone bill because it was paid for by said parents. And I’m not just talking any phone bill. No, no, no. I’m talking that detailed bill that took an entire forest to print. (paper slamming) Make our planet great again. Here’s the thing, right,
when I’m in a restaurant my parents can’t even read the menu because their eyesight is so bad. (upbeat background music) – One second. Lilly hold for me. (chair scraping) Farther. (chair slamming) Okay, okay I take water no ice. – But when that detailed bill arrived? – Who 736-276-9127 huh? – Which area code this is? – Why you awake at 10 p.m.? – Who you calling in Miami, Florida? – Uh I got hurt. I thought I was calling 911. – Number for 911 is 911. – I got confused. In my defense, in the history
of the entire universe, no child who has been
asked whose phone number is on their detailed bill has told the truth. It’s just never happened. Here’s the thing about
phone companies, right, they make these commercials
that are all like– – Now introducing our newest plan. Unlimited talk and text
for only $45 a month. Wow! Reliable! Unlimited. Affordable. Unlimited. Fast. Unlimited. Call your boo. Text your boo. Sext your boo. Without any limits. (microphone thudding) – And then you open your
$45 a month phone bill. (whistling) Mother fu– Because straight up the hardest thing you will ever learn in
life is that unlimited is never really unlimited. What they really mean is
unlimited up to 100 megabytes. Like, ho, that sounds like a limit. Unlimited after 5 p.m. Unlimited but within two
kilometers of your house. Straight up I had a plan
like that when I was younger when calls were free within
a certain radius of my house. Yeah I was making calls just like, yo so how’s the weather in Miami. Really? Yo I gotta call you back. (tape measure clicking) And with every expensive phone bill I got, my dad pulled this 100% of the time. – Uh hello, yes, I’d like to
cancel my phone plan please. Yes cancel. No that’s okay you cancel. It’s too expensive, I can’t afford. You know, too many extra charges. – And this process included
some key sentences. – Mm, yeah you know people at Bell they giving me better deal. (ding) I’ve been loyal customer 15 year okay? (ding) You know I talk to somebody
last time from your company and they telling me next bill free. Check my file, check my file. (ding) – My Dad ain’t canceling nothing. Okay this is the monthly
bluff that goes down. My Dad’s on the phone sitting there like Joanne the god damn Scammer. – Uh hello TELUS, it’s over. It’s canceled. Honestly, no truly. Unless you can give me some
sort of discount on my bill. (upbeat music) Iconic. – And I’m sure some white dude in Ohio is just sitting on the other line like– – Lord Krishna, please help
me deal with this customer, and make them fall in a ditch. – But you’re not Hindu. – Yeah well Jesus is
always busy with exorcisms and I think this is the only
religion that karma works in. (laughing) – Yo if you like that video
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100 thoughts on “When Your Phone Bill Kills You”

  1. The phone bill that took all truffla trees in whoville LMFAO!!!!!!😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈

  2. “Number for 911 is 911”

    “I got confused “

    😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  3. The number for 911 is 911 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  4. 2:04 I wouldn't call it lying, just not knowing anyone s actual number. I mean, who ACTUALLY knows their friends phone number. No no, we use contacts.

  5. This video is offensive. I love God and I pray because I truly believe which it seems clear that you don’t.

  6. I get scart Becuse my mum takes my phone to see is is worked

    I have a youtube channel
    And my mum Dosent know

  7. In my opinion I would never use AT&T because they charged me ridiculously, every time I used the internet with my cellular data they would text me ( this amount ) added to your bill every minute I would get that message, one time my bill was 1,000… I’m so glad I got a better company that doesn’t add up to my bill I always pay $85 every month… ( MetroPCS)

  8. Cant relate, I had prepaid plans as a kid. I needed to go some shady cornershop to get it filled.

  9. Go prepaid cause i can relate the sturggle was to real for me when i had my first phone from T-Mobile dead serious

  10. Mom:money doesn’t grow on trees
    Me: What is money made out of
    Mom:Paper
    Me: What is paper made out of
    Mom:trees
    Mom:oh dang

  11. Lilly: and there is one thing that happens every month that stresses me out-
    Me: periods
    Lilly: phone bills
    Me: ……..oh

  12. Parents: Why you calling someone in Miami?

    Lilly: Uh… I was calling 911…

    Parents: 911 number is 911

    Lilly: Uhhh… I got confused

    I died laughing right there 😂😂😂

  13. Yanno u know in England (where im live) bc theres a thing called ee with phone plans and sells phones. Its the literally bestttttt. Its unlimited data,texts and calls. The data (pronounced day-ta not how ever u say it in other countries) is topped up every month. I have 3gb but when thats finished then i just have to wait a couple of days

  14. EHHH!!!

    Lilly: Spends $145:21 on phone bill in one month

    Me: "Yh mum I just need £5 this summer"
    I'm British thats y the "£"

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