The holidays are here. We're planning winter trips, shopping, big feasts, and visits from Santa. What we typically don't plan for is the gratuitous 'Happy Holidays' group text from many of our friends. You know what I'm talking about. The text from the friend that feels like they must wish you good greetings but are too lazy to send the message to each person individually.
Earlier this week I was ranting about people who are so primitive that the only form of communication they know is by telephone. So, I asked you what form of communication you use the most and the results don't surprise me one bit.
One of the biggest things I dread about coming in to work on Monday is the ringing phone. Not from my listeners, but from everyone else. It's like the phone rings non-stop. Do these people know how to use email? Shoot me a quick email and I can answer back and we're done in 20 seconds or less. That's so much easier than that awkward time spent trying to hang up. There are times I feel like I should say "no, you hang up first". You remember that back in the day when it took forever just to get off the phone with your boyfriend or girlfriend, right? All that aside, there are times I wonder if the phone is the only form of communication some people use. What about you?
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