Everyone has a cell phone now. Your children has a cell phone, your grandparents has a cell phone, but what annoys me and everyone around me is how we have not developed an etiquette. Maybe we have, but have we… wait a moment… yeah, no I can talk… Okay, sorry, now I am back and I swear I am more interested in this conversation. Maybe we have figured out an cell phone etiquette but have we implemented it? I would ague that is has not based on how society has developed our lives along side our distraction device.
I do enjoy my cell phone and I do use it to acomplish different tasks. However, I have employed a set of rules that I do not violate. An etiquette that I will not go behind because I put more stock with face to face interaction versus over the cell phone.
How do we employee our own cell phone etiqutte?
- when we answer our phones
- What dictates an emergency
- when is texting appropriate
- no cell phone zones
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