Top 5 Ringtones For People You Want to Avoid

Sometimes we just don't want to hear from certain people. Unfortunately we pick up the phone and see who is calling, and it just puts a damper on our day.

Why can't we have some better warning to not pick up the phone?

We all have that creepy ex who calls or texts wanting to hang out, or that one-night stand who just won't go away. Sometimes it would be nice to know when your mother or father is calling, so depending on your situation or mood at the time you don't have to bother answering. And that poor lost-cause friend who calls a little too much.

We all have them. So I figured why not give these characters their own ringtone so that you won't have to even move to lift up the phone and see who it might be.

5. Electric Light Orchesta, Evil Woman

We all have evil-ass bitches in our lives, unfortunately. I'd prefer not to speak to them. They tend to make matters worse, have stabbed you in the back and just annoy the crap out of you. They're evil women. That seems pretty clear.

2. "Cee-Lo Green, F**k You"

The ex who broke your heart. I think it's plain and simple. You clearly deserve better, they realize that (now) and hit you up. Not fair, so I say forget them. Cee Lo says it a little more upfront.

3. Rockwell, "Somebody's Watching Me"

Got a stalker? Don't make the mistake of accidentally answering the phone. Set that ringtone to the chorus of Michael Jackson singing, " I always feel like somebody's watching me and I have no privacy."

2. Johnny Cash, "I Walk The Line"

Okay I hate to sound rude. I love my parentals, but not matter what our parents like to pry into our life sometimes. Even when we're no longer living at home. Personal space is a must in life. But, because they are our parents; we walk the line.

1. MC Hammer, "U Can't Touch This"

Yeah, sometimes there are just creepers in our life. Maybe it was from a one night stand or just some dude or chick that doesn't get the hint. You don't want to talk to them, ever. Just make a statement by saying 'they can't touch me.' You'll never allow it or again for them matter if it's ever happened before.

Now granted, the songs actual meaning may not be related to the subject of why you set the ringtone whatsoever. But however the ringtone is presented and cut as the 30 or some odd seconds that it plays and then repeats, it is sure to get the message clear about who is calling.

This way next time you don't bother with picking up the phone to look. Just avoid the situation even more so.

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