I mean really, is it that important for people to go through the day with a phone attached to the side of their head? What could be so interesting? After all I hear your conversations and I haven't heard anything earth shattering yet. Yesterday I passed 47 people talking on their cell phones in Wal-mart and every one of those people made it real easy to hear everything they were saying. And I feel I should tell you the Wal-mart customer phone calls differ hugely from Target customers, if you get my drift.
Let's break some of this down with a few examples:
2 Mothers fussing at their child (chores, running an errand)
Can't these conversations wait? How in the world did everyone make it before cell phones? It's my guess that no one really needs to have the above conversations. I think people like to feel important, maybe they are just hiding behind their conversations. Whatever it is, I think it's rude to detach yourself from your surroundings and ignore your manners.
I hate the following cell phone induced behavior:
1. You don't drive well while on the phone (even blue tooth, because your mind is distracted)
So, when you are out, just think about whether that call realllly needs to take place. And can you try to keep your business to yourself? One of these days you are going to be talking loudly, in the isle, in front of my box of tampons and I'm going to tell you so, loudly.