How you know that your cell phone has taken over your life (Part 1):
- You feel uncomfortable driving without your cell phone, even somewhere within a mile because you might get into an accident.
- You no longer own a house phone…or a personal computer
- You no longer own an alarm clock…or any clock really except ones on other devices such as your microwave or DVD player.
- If your phone breaks you will stop whatever you are doing to get to your providers nearest store to get this issue taken care of pronto…and hurry because people are probably trying to get in touch w you as we speak.
- You take your cell phone everywhere with you – including the bathroom, you never forget your cell phone, and on the rare occasion that you did forget your phone, you will go home to get it, even if it means being late.
- Lending your cell phone to someone could be equated to letting someone hold your newborn, especially if the phone is new.
- When you see a sign that says “Please Turn Cell Phones Off”, because this is a ridiculous statement, you instead just put your phone on silent.
- You can have full length conversations about your cell phone’s capabilities with fellow users, or full blown arguments with users of other brands who claim their phone is better.
- Your cell phone is the first thing you touch in the morning…this is possibly due to the fact that it is also your alarm clock and you sleep with it under your pillow
- You are disgusted by people who don’t know how to use cell phones and/or don’t have them.