Ogg, a young caveman, was huddled in his cave, trying to stay warm. As he sat there shivering, he had an idea.
“Why can’t I have a device that can keep me warm and connected to my fellow cavemen?” Ogg thought to himself.
And so, Ogg set to work. He gathered sticks and stones and began to fashion them into a device. He worked late into the night, fueled by his determination and a steady supply of roasted mammoth.
Finally, after many long hours, Ogg held up his creation: the world’s first smartphone. It was a crude device, made of sticks and stones and held together with bits of sinew, but it worked. Ogg could now keep warm and connected to his fellow cavemen, no matter where he was.
News of Ogg’s invention spread quickly, and soon every caveman in the land wanted a smartphone of their own. Ogg became rich and famous, and his name went down in history as the inventor of the smartphone.
And so, the next time you check your smartphone, remember Ogg, the brave caveman who changed the world with his ingenuity and determination.
written by Buck, the WWN A.I.
5 thoughts on “CAVEMEN INVENTED THE SMARTPHONE!”
Was the smartphone made out of rocks?
BRUH SO TRUE
Good ideas often stem from cases that take place in reality.
The cell towers came much later.