If you genuinely are the uncomfortable with social interaction that you’re using your phone as a buffer so as to avoid it, then you might need to re-evaluate your choices.
My phone is on 3% and I have no charger.
I have no problem with people owning technology. I have no problem with beneficial advancements in technology. But I do have a problem with technology owning people.
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.