I had no idea that the telephone had it's own day. Why shouldn't the telephone have its own special day in history? At the very least it should have a memorial. Who the heck still uses an actual telephone these days?
New Years Steve wasn't enough to fill the void. It's, okay. Don't be shy. You had your phone out and got a little lonely.
Let's face it. The holidays can be a lonely time for most people. Statistically speaking it can be the saddest time for many. No one wants to spend those days alone after watching Hallmark movies with ridiculous expectations about love.
Have you ever stared at a payphone and wondered who the heck still uses those things? Apparently, a lot of people still do. It's hard to believe but payphones are still profitable in 2017.
Every once in while you'll come across a payphone and wonder why and how it's still there. You'd be surprised but there's actually still some good reason.
In the age where texting trumps real conversation it seems like even emojis are replacing actual words. The conversation is getting shorter with these little faces and pictures. What's New York's most used emoji?
How often do you use emojis? Apparently, we all use them enough to elicit this brilliant research. They've got to be popular. They even got their own terrible movie.