Smartphone addiction

luka

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Good mantra, although in practice you probably need to zone out once in a while too
 

luka

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Aren't you going to miss online dating? You told me you have a voracious addictive appetite for it and are signed up to 10 different sites.
 
Aren't you going to miss online dating? You told me you have a voracious addictive appetite for it and are signed up to 10 different sites.
They have online versions, so I can just use them for ten minutes in the evening and give off an air of nonchalance rather than being a frenzied salivating dog like you imply
 

Rudewhy

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I wish I'd bought one of those instead of a new iphone this year. I had a Nokia 3310 a couple of years back during my time working as a landscape gardener and it was genuinely lifechanging - my attention span increased massively and the feelings of jealousy and fear of missing out which I used to have from being plugged into twitter and instagram 24/7 dissapated almost entirely.
 

woops

is not like other people
i find that FOMO thing a bit weird as i always assumed any party i was at was ipso facto the best one. lucky quirk
 
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i'm into this. besides etching it into my brain or carrying an analog map or getting a separate GPS device, how are we coping with not having a GPS on a phone? that's the one thing i can't figure out
 
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