If someone really cared about how you were doing, wouldn’t you want them to reach out to you in a more personal way than through a ten-second photo that you are not expected to answer?
Should the Supreme Court rule that warrants are not required before searching someone’s cell phone, over 10% of the entire US population could be at risk of having their most intimate thoughts, emails, photos, and exchanges searched by the police.
5. You drop them and then you cry
A smartphone is, by comparison, evolutionary.
It blows my mind that something so popular could be forgotten about so quickly. What if society treated all important things this way?
Waiting for a ‘life’, is the most excruciating 35 minutes ever experienced.
6. Treating people in service industries like crap simply because you believe it is your right as a paying customer.
Life moves pretty fast. So take that memorable line from Ferris Bueller to heart.
As we all know, smartphones make avoiding other humans in social settings laughably easy.
“After you read this sentence look around and calmly gather 5 things at random and (without thinking about what you’re doing) leisurely stack those 5 things on top of each other and photograph it with a smartphone.”