@fatcow You cannot use a Nokia to beat a Nokia. That's like using Chuck Norris to beat Chuck Norris. You can't do it. The end result is the end of the world.
Break the nokia they said It won't be the end of the world they said...
One does not simply break a Nokia
That's A) a prototype model with weaker material or B) it will quickly regenerate back whole in the next two seconds.
Clearly he used a Nokia to break the Nokia. It's the only way
No we're in the matrix... The world ended long ago when two of these collided.
He who managed this should be the world leader.
Without the memes this would be useless
Have you true turning it off then on again?
what is this witchcraft?? broken nokia? IMPOSSIBRU!!!
@depsycho They can use lasers to cut diamond. So, obviosly, somebody took a laser to that cell phone.
@PuckmeisterPuck, no it's only diamonds can cut diamonds dumba$$
Try restarting it
Not photoshop, just collided the Nokia with another Nokia. After all the only thing that can cut a diamond is another diamond right?
I true turning it off all the time!^^
Did you try turned it off then turning it back on again
I have never seen any of you
M...my god! Someone broke a nokia! Give them a golden medal worth the most in the world!!!!!!
@Odin the Viking I've seen you but you were sleeping...
If you closely it's photoshop
Chuck norris is the only person whoncould have managed to do this
Yet another ancient artifact of the primitive humor characteristic of the early Internet. My research continues.
Don't worry he broke every bone to break the plastic
I had a Nokia there strong but if you hit it with a hammer multiple times that happens
No it's from when Nokia was building it...before they asked satan to ask for it never to break
Breaking a Nokia .imposibruuuuuuuuu
I honestly think the nokia thing has gone too far. Like the genius meme.
Or Chuck Norris
The only reasonable explanation is that that's a pic of before the Nokia was built
Even Chuck Norris cannot do this. . .
It has to be a knockoff it's the only way
I bet you thought this was really a Nokia cell phone. Nope.