With the technology like Facebook, twitter, BBM, iPhone and etc these days; it seems that today's tech-obsessed culture will do anything they can to avoid interacting face-to-face!
These tech-obsessed culture has turn people to use all means of technology (which indirectly means "No-Eye-Phone"); and it has been genius-ly illustrated in these cartoon image HERE.
+- No Eye Phone -+
Also, I found out related video uploaded in YouTube by singer Elliot Yasmin who has adjusted the classic Stevie Wonder love song "I Just Called To Say I Love You" and update it with a more modern twist and become "I Just Texted To Say I Love You" . Listen to this song.
+- Vocals by Elliott Yamin ("American Idol"). Starring: Sarah Hyland ("Modern Family"), Matt Prokop ("High School Musical 3")
As funny as it may seem, it is undoubtedly true. Well, at least I admit that its true in my case. Hubby and I spend more time in front of the laptop more than the time that we spent to talk with each other and to look into each others eyes.
We were at the university from 9-6 p.m everyday, so most of the time we communicate through YM and phone during the day.
Even when we were home at night, we tend to spend time on our individual's laptop and our topic of conversations are basically about the things that we've saw in the FB, blogs and such . *maybe we were so used to the long-distance-relationship before we were married that we tend to applied it too even if we are now live with each other*.
It's so funny that we were being chatty more on YM rather than we were chatting when we were face to face with each other. After watching this video I realize "Man, this has had to be stopped immediately!".
We have to make some changes in our lifestyles or it will end up with SN will prefer YM-ing or SMS-ing to tell us about his days at nursery/school. That would be pathetic if it happen to us as a family..hohohohoho.
Psssssttt : bukan budak2 je kena ada limit on TV, mak bapak budak pun kena ada limit on laptop & internet .
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