Cellphones drive me nuts. In fact, this article might turn into a series because there are just so many things about cellphones that make me crazy.
Why people need to speak so loudly when using them is the first mystery. It always startles me when I am out shopping and random strangers in my aisle starts to say very strange things to me, and when I look at them, I realize they are only on the phone. I want to walk up to them and explain the device they are using is actually electronic and uses towers to send signals to other phones. There are no cans, and string is not used, so there is no need to yell into the phone. We should bring back the phone booth and make these people call from inside of them, so we don’t have to hear all the lovely details about their latest colonoscopy.
Some people wear those Bluetooth things in their ears, which to me makes them look like they are Borg, the computer-human hybrid race on “Star Trek” whose motto was “You will be assimilated.” Well, no I won’t, thank you very much. I want to rip them out, throw them on the floor and step on them, like a bug.