A moan about Mobile Phones

  Do members of the fairer sex not realise that when you are talking in to your Mobile Phone you are talking in to a microphone which the carries your signal to wherever? So why do you feel the need to shout out your messages on public transport. I personally and I think I probably speak for the majority of the passengers imprisoned on the bus with you, (a) Have not the least interest in your sex life (b) Have no wish to hear it broadcast on the bus (c) Do you really want the world and his wife to know about your sex life or lack of it (d) And I was once led to believe that the sex act could be described without using the ‘F’ word three times in every sentence.

Maybe I am in the minority, but I believe that certain things which involve two people should only be shared between two people not the two decks on a double-decker bus!

Here endeth the rant!

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    1. The lesser educated ones certainly are, when you are sat on public transport you don’t want to hear a blow by blow description of someone’s sex life or lack of it, especially when all the passengers on that deck can share it! You don’t need to shout down your mobile.

      Regards Malkie

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    1. My family and I were late to get swept up in the technological era. I was grown and married before I had my first cell phone, and then only because it was cheaper and more practical than a landline. I’ve only been using smart phones for the past 5 or 6 years, but I cannot understand the obsession people have with their gadgets. Who can possibly have the time to talk nonstop? Even if I wanted to be on my phone all day, there wouldn’t be anyone to talk to. Everyone I know has a life to live, myself included. I see people all the time riding their bikes and playing on their phones at the same time. How do they do it, and riding in busy urban settings?! I’d crash in half a minute! Lmao!

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      1. Hahaha! I’m convinced my phone needs an exorcism! I do use mine a lot, because it is a tablet-phone and functions as my computer and is what I use for writing my book. A lap top would be preferable, but we only have an old, outdated one, and we’ve been unsuccessful in updating the browser to be compatible with Google drive. There are times I’d be happy to settle for a typewriter.

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      2. So do I. That’s all I had to work with in highschool. All the other kids got to write their book reports on a computer, while I used an old fashioned typewriter that I picked up at a thrift store. Computers are nice for rewrites and correcting typos, but typewriters aren’t usually afflicted with demonic possession! Lmao!

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