Evidently, a good number of people, and especially teenagers, still think it can’t happen to them. Accidents happen to others, besides, they have to see and respond to that latest text. Texts are one of the main ways they communicate, it’ll just take a second.
It doesn't matter which way we spin it; breaking up stinks. (Unless, of course, you're the breaker-upper, in which case it's like a cause for celebration.) Either way, cutting the relationship cord has gotten a bit easier ever since text messaging hit the scene. As it turns out, break up texts can be hilarious.
Distracted driving is a growing problem in Wyoming and the U.S. Texting, talking on the phone, or even eating while driving can endanger yourself and those around you. This Saturday, April 27th, come to the Eastridge Mall and pledge against distracted driving.
Although it became a widely used form of communication only recently, texting is actually a decades-old technology. In fact, it celebrated its 20th birthday on Monday, which makes it older than most of the kids who use it. OMG!
Statistics show that 80 percent of college students engage in sexting, and a quarter of women in the more cougarish age bracket of 35-44 do it, too. That’s a whole lot of sexytalk flying around for free — until now. Welcome to paid phone sex for the modern age.
You’ve probably seen the countless YouTube videos of people so transfixed by their mobile phones that they walk into inanimate objects or fall into fountains.
And while it’s easy to laugh at such incidents, the truth is that distracted pedestrians can cause serious harm to themselves or other people — and now one New Jersey town is taking a stand.
While the Amish completely reject most technologies, like the automobile, they apparently aren’t dead set against cellphone use.
In fact, Amish man Willard Yoder used his cellphone to send 600 sexually charged text messages to a 12-year-old girl.