So I’m sitting in an average size living room watching a couple of people texting each other rather than carry on a conversation. Isn’t that weird?
Apparently it’s becoming common practice. Texting is everywhere.
Why is it that a growing number of people prefer to text rather than converse, or to make phone calls, or to even leave voice messages?
And why is it that ever since texting has become the preferred one-way method of distance communications (anything beyond 2 feet), no one but old fashioned fools bother to directly answer their phones anymore?
Well I had a hunch but I decided to do a little internet research concerning texting vs. talk. The many comments I read confirmed my suspicions.
"It's more straight and to the point.”“I can ignore or respond at my own leisure.”“It is so much more easily accomplished through a few words of text without all the niceties and formalities of a phone call!”“Texting is direct, to the point without the small talk involved in phone conversation.”“I hate talking on the (Read More....)