Cell Phones

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Cell phones has affected the way we socialize these days; if you notice people are starting to text their friends and family instead if actually speaking verbally. You go out to dinner and look around and see people out with family but there is no conversations going on at the table mostly just huh… yeah… mmhm.., because they are busy texting someone not there on their phones. I feel human communicant is slowly disappearing among friends and family. You even see parent’s texting their kids when in the same house to discuss something with them. People in relationships hold everything in until they are able to text it to their other half. Our communication between each other is depending on a little electronic device. People use cell phones in public places, and during church. I have even seen ten-year olds walking across the street texting their friends instead of paying attention to the cars.

On a website called pocket-lint a writer names Amber Maitland states a few interesting percentages she states More than 50% of mobile phone users aged 18 to 24 have sent or received invitation to a date via text message, while a similar percentage agreed that sending a flirty text to someone while in a relationship is cheating. A depressing 20% of those surveyed under-25-years-old have dumped someone via text. If things continue like this, I feel we will forget how to deal with certain communication situations face to face. If you ask my opinion, I would very insulting to get dumped over a text. If you think that is bad you should have seen the percentage of people who admitted texting or talking on the phone while using the toilet, on geek sugar forty-two percent! States I never knew so many people being their phones everywhere they go I mean everywhere. You know just between the parents texting their children whole in the same house and out at dinner everyone sitting at the table is texting instead of talking amongst other another I find this texting situation is a...
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