Technology hates me.And this is an incontrovertible fact.If there is a chance to put me in trouble, it will not miss the opportunity.
By then, however, it had always been limited to breaking the eggs into the basket with an electronic device at a time.
For example a couple of months ago the cell phone decided to change the password and I lost all the numbers I had in the phonebook because I had to replace the card. And I tried to explain to the technician that I had nothing to do with the accident, that the password was always the same, that the damage was not my fault, but he rightly looked at me as if I was crazy and he pretended to follow my story and he activated the new card.But I can swear it in court: It wasn’t me, it was IT.
A few weeks ago, however, while I was warming up the water in the microwave for a couple of tea (I just wanted to be faster and not dirty the stove), I heard a strange noise. It was the dishwasher that turned on, but I had not programmed it, so I hasten to stop it and luckily – I thought naively – nothing happened. Actually, it was nothing but a diversion to make me get away from overheating the microwave and boiling the water by spilling it all out of the cup (which at least did not break!) and forcing me to burn my fingers in an attempt not to frighten me!
I have already been mentioning my problems with the wii, two days ago it was the dvd player turn. While I was watching a HIMYM episode with my family, it suddenly began to switch the language from Italian to English and viceversa, without anyone asking for it.
But this time there were witnesses and I could not get caught.