Get Scared before Scare a Thief

Fortunately, not all thieves in the world are as skillful, composed, persistent, and ferocious as those in movies. Hence there is possibility that we can scare some of them away in easy ways, such as scream.

If a guy blast your house before getting what he want, he is a terrorist, who may not often pay a visit to you. A thief, generally speaking, would rather spend his time on window or door research. That’s where we stop them from further depravation.

Have you guys ever thought about a stuff that is able to sense slight vibration on a door and then scream? I admit I haven’t. It seems that I had used out my imagination before 25 years old. So when I saw this alarming thing (http://www.tinydeal.com/v-px8ip2-p-3142.html), I suspected the idea came from a wicked child.

The designer surely felt like to make a joke with his consumers, or he wouldn’t have created a remote control like this. On the controller, there are two buttons which respectively indicate locking and unlocking by icons. Pressing the unlocking button, I’d started up the alarm, I thought. But the stuff made no sound when I touched it. I pressed the unlocking button again and touched the alarm again, with no answer.

It’s either deaf or dumb! I almost decide to return the stuff. But anyway, it sounds not very reasonable if another button was never pressed. OK, I did it. Then I felt my ears split by a sharp voice, which keeps splitting.

I must have the potential to be a super thief, because in such an extreme condition, I spent only 1 second to figure out that the “unlocking” button was used to shut the alarm. Then the scream stopped. Quick thinking, quick reaction, hmmm, something to be proud of.

A female colleague said that f**k word to me. “Anger comes from fear”, I understand her. In a dejected manner, I went to go on my study in the next room, where I found a magnet built in the alarm to fix it on an iron thing.

After fixing the alarm on the handle, I leaned on the door to have a little rest. The alarm screamed another time, enraging me, too. “A thief need not touch the alarm, yet to make it sound?”, I asked Isabel.

She looked at me in great surprise and asked back, “you think it is so attractive to charm a thief?”

“……”

Yep, it was actually my thought.

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