But you’d be so much more attractive if you had a Windows 7 Phone

and it's not just because that "there's an app for that" thing makes people think they can keep their phone on the dinner table. Like in case they need to calculate a tip. Grrr. Try math. I am a phone etiquette stickler, which I think I have mentioned before. I was about to say that I am not sure what it is about phones that bring out the a**hat in people. But I do know what it is. It's called ego.

Speaking of which, trendy doesn't work well for me either. So yeah...iPhone. I'm willing to look past it. But you'd be so much more attractive with another phone.

Anyway...the survey doesn't have to be real to be worthy of discussion.

(And none of my iPhone-owning friends need to ask if I am talking about you. The answer is no...and yes)


Comments (4)

  1. Toby says:

    Guess what I have… srsly. guess.

  2. HeatherLeigh says:

    I wanna see it!

  3. Toby says:

    Of course! I might even let you use it.

  4. Pat says:

    My phone is not about ego, it's about a reliable way to manage my constant bouts of ADD.  I too have phone rules and etiquette that I like to follow, especially Oprah's rules.  It's not so much about having an 'app for that'  anymore as I have seen many other mobile devices that are going the ways of apps. My use of the iPhone is strictly out of wanting a clean / precise interface, and reliability.  I used to belong to the Msft cult because I was expected to, now I am a free agent, and navigated first towards Apple out of spite, and then converted due to ease of use.

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