Most people have heard that “pixie music” whenever a fairy waves her wand or sprinkles her dust – or even when a child knows he or she is supposed to turn the page whenever they hear that magical sound. Imagine that as a ringtone.
I don’t remember Kayla’s phone bearing anything that resembled fairies – yet when she turned it over to Roland (who is still without SIM card usage on his once-upon-a-t-mobile phone) all those fairy tones were present – an assorted variety of pixie music. I don’t think there is a normal ringtone included on the phone. I believe Roland has checked it.
For the most part I am not even aware that his phone is going off. The ringtones are hidden by any other sound that may be going – the air conditioning, the humming from the laptop, Highness snoring . . . sounds that I don’t even notice usually. They all blend in to our atmosphere.When I am aware that Roland’s phone going off and actually hear the very soft fairy music, I laugh. It’s just so unlike anything that Roland would purposely choose of his own free will. I think we need to find a more masculine (or at least powerful) sounding phone. Or Roland needs to work harder at finding the volume and perhaps another tune. One that doesn’t sound like a wish is being granted. Though it would be really awesome if our wishes were granted every time that phone plays this “happy dusty” tune