teddy ballgame wrote: Big Pimpin wrote: The Artful Dodger wrote:
Coppermine wrote:Second, no problem... I completely understand the merits of the wireless headset, particularly in the car... what I have a problem with is how it's become fashionable to wear these things all the time when out in public.
Oh yeah, I hear that. There's my next door neighbor who stands on his lawn, which happens to face my kitchen window, just yapping out loud. I'm thinking to myself: couldn't you do this inside or are you just boasting that you're nouveau riche? Get over yourself, guy.
Those things make me crazy... I swear like a dozen times I've been on the side of the person's face that doesn't have the headset attached to it. I'm watching them and they're just babbling and I'm like "WTF is that lady crazy?" Then she turns and I see that stupid thing hanging off the side of her head...
There's a commercial with some cell phone like that. The woman is talking to her husband and says "I love you" or something, and her co-worker is like "I've always had feelings for you too."
There's another one where a guy is shopping for beer in what appears to be a gas station and this chick is all like "You want to go to a party? With me?" and he's like "Yeah!!!" and then she tells the person on the phone to hang on and he's all embarrassed. Then they end up at the checkout stand and she's all apologetic for the earlier problem, and he's like "it's ok" and then she shoots him a dirty look because she's still on her phone.
Anyway, I hate those things too, but do see the benefit of them for use while driving or while working, but other than that, I'm not a fan of them at all.
Yes doctor, I am sick.
Sick of those who are spineless.
Sick of those who feel self-entitled.
Sick of those who are hypocrites.
Yes doctor, an army is forming.
Yes doctor, there will be a war.
Yes doctor, there will be blood.....