Alternative Uses for your Old Red Box

Red Boxing For Dummies


Now that red boxing is apparently dead in the United States, what are phreaks supposed to do with their old red boxes since they can’t make free phone calls anymore? This page should hopefully give you a few ideas. They might even inspire you to think up an idea of your own, photograph it and send it to RBCP. You can click on each picture below to see the full size.

submitted by RBCP Freak Out Your Cat If you’re tired of your cat being lazy and just laying around all day, use your red box to scare him into running away. The excerise will be good for him.
submitted by RBCP PB&RB Sandwhich Out of jelly? Then make yourself a peanut butter and red box sandwhich. Not only is it delicious, but it’s nutritious too! Just don’t forget to remove the batteries first because those are bad for you.
submitted by RBCP Table Stabilizer You can fix that wobbley table by sticking your red box under the leg that’s causing the problem. If your red box is too thick, just press down really hard on the table until it become the desired size.
submitted by Moose-Alini Your New Best Friend Just hang out, relax and drink soda with your good friend, Mr Redbox. He has worked hard. Now he can retire in peace.
submitted by Moose-Alini CRAZY REDBOX FOR A HAND!!! Fool your friends and family! Make them think that you have a red box where your hand should be.
submitted by Moose-Alini Automotive Repair When it comes to fixing car engines, your old red box is the universal tool.
submitted by Moose-Alini Cleaning Dishes For those tough greasy stains on your dishes, your red box is perfect.
submitted by Moose-Alini Breaking & Entering Locked doors got you down? Use your red box to assist you in breaking into houses.
submitted by Moose-Alini Studying the Bill of Rights Your red box makes a perfect place keeper for studying the bill of rights. It can also double as a book mark when you need to take a break from studying.
submitted by Moose-Alini Toilet Cleaner Your toilet will be sparkling clean when using a red box on them.
submitted by Moose-Alini Fixing a Broken Chair Don’t throw that broken chair away! It will be good as new when you apply your red box to it!


7 thoughts on “Alternative Uses for your Old Red Box

  • October 14, 2007 at 7:00 pm

    Will it become legal to own a red-box once the last payphone to take cash is decommissioned ?

    It’s more of a musuem piece at that point, rather than a crime tool…

  • November 13, 2008 at 11:59 am

    Hey my redbox still works some places in jersey.. went there to visit a friend and found an old payphone and it worked :)

  • July 25, 2010 at 10:36 pm

    Red Boxing is coming back in 2011. So are payphones. I can’t say why…but wait and see. EVERYONE will be using payphones to make nearly ALL of their calls.

  • August 19, 2013 at 5:41 pm

    Lol @ Gary Gary. Everyone is definitely using payphones nowadays. XD

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