Phone: A part of one ‘s attire?


Phone: A part of one ‘s attire?

Phone, a part of us? (Photo by Anthony Shkraba on Pexels.com)

“I’ve been calling you all morning! Why didn’t you pick up your phone? I had to call Danny to talk to you!”

“I was in the kitchen all morning. The phone was in my room! It is my ‘no phone time’!

Is a phone part of our attire?

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Quote:-

I finally realized that people are prisoners of their phones… that’s why it’s called a “cell” phone. – Anonymous

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Published by Chen Song Ping @ TPTan

Chen S.P. enjoys pottery works, cartoons, painting and poems. She shares insightful experiences about being a carer for people with mental illness and cancer.

5 thoughts on “Phone: A part of one ‘s attire?

  1. So true! I remember forgetting my cell phone whilst going to the doctor’s at the hospital and slapped my forehead as there was an app there for recording safe entry! Luckily, I could use the bar code on my ID to enter, else I will have had to return home and drive back to the hospital.

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  2. “I can’t be like these people with 50K or100K followers that would be pandemonium and I will not live online! I even shutoff my cell phone and live how it was when you would be out and about all day working, then get home to see who called and call back if there was time; if not they waited till the weekend; unless really urgent! Occasionally would use a phone booth but not much, and now the cell is my carry phone booth! Stays off till I need to make a call.”

    OMG! Chen who needs cell phones when you can read minds!
    Talk about being in the groove!
    You just blew my mind!
    I needed that to wake me up and someone is telling me something!!!
    God bless you!

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