Cell phones and peoples business

Everyone owns a cell phones these days. So it is easy to keep in touch with family and friends etc.  But you can sit on the bus, sit in a park, or even walk down the street without over hearing conversations people are having. For instance: who sleeping with who, a couple getting a divorce, blood test results and the list goes on.

Some people talk so loud that you can actually pick up every word their saying. Why don’t they just get on a megaphone and announce their business all over the neighbourhood?

Cell phones have their pros and cons.  As I mentioned before you can keep in touch with people. You can take them everywhere. You  don’t have to stay at home and wait for a important phone call.  Cell phones are light weight and easy to carry and the list goes on. A big problem with the cell phone is others can listen to your conversation, another problem is the battery, They die so easily etc.

          Some people are nosey and actually love to listen in when people are having a conversation on the phone.  They have nothing better to do with their time.  These sort of people love to gossip about everyone and anyone, like their friends family, and people they don’t even know.  Some other people could care a less about what goes on in someone’s life. People on cell phones need to keep their voices down when talking. Not everyone cares about what you have to say.

            Then we have those who speak another language  and talking to family back home (from whatever country they are from) and talking loudly and everyone can hear them but not understanding a word their saying.  Literally yelling like they are miles apart with out a phone, when in real life they are really ear to ear.

             I really don’t get it, why do people yell on cell phones?


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